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Spydro UW Camera During a Storm! #13384350 12/27/19 07:02 PM
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Scuba Chris Offline OP
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Bad Water Conditions Forced Me To Depart!

Water visibility was poor. And the skies dark. Sorry for the lack of decent quality. I had only 2 rigs out, figures the freight train hit the other rig that had no camera on it. I was expecting Bonefish, but i knew what it was. I've been watching Uluas "GT's" roughly where the hook was smashing mullets for 10min before the strike. Man, that Okuma Nesika Rod can take a punch for a sensitive Surfcasting rod! Enjoy the few clips that i was able to record before leaving.


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Last edited by steve hummert; 01/01/20 12:25 AM.

Traveled the World diving & fishing. Became a ranked billiard player in Asia. Won a few senior bowling tournaments. I travel to the US, Australia & Europe working with museums & doing educational lectures.
Re: Spydro UW Camera During a Storm! [Re: Scuba Chris] #13384375 12/27/19 07:28 PM
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Interesting as always. Nicely done. thumb

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