Dive knife for solo diving at CocoView?

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BlueTrin

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There is an enormous amount of fishing line at all NJ dive sites. I carry a trilobite cutter, a paring knife in a small nylon sheath, the tip cut off and ground smooth, and a small dive knife, serrated with a line cutter. All three attached to strategically reachable points on my BC. Both knives are very sharp, and I've had to use them four times during the past two years. I usually go with the small paring knife, razor sharp but no point. The trilobite got me out of a wire leader jam 10 years ago. I once saw a diver at Rock House in Negril come out of his room, chest puffed out, stomach held in, with a big knife strapped to his leg. He was going to dinner. God help us all.
Someone could start a GhostDiving chapter :)

 
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