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Hernando/Pasco County Sinks

Discussion in 'Florida' started by Crazy Fingers, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. Crazy Fingers

    Crazy Fingers Barracuda

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    I've heard about tons of sinks in these two counties. I have also heard that some of them are very, very deep (300ft+) and many are 100 feet +. I have heard the visibility varies greatly between different sinks.

    It seems that most of them are free... just walk up to them on the side of the road and dive on in. They also don't seem to get a lot of divers in them.

    Any favorites or ones to avoid?
     
  2. Scubastud16

    Scubastud16 Divemaster Candidate

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    I just found a list on google earlier. Let me find it for ya.

    Edit: Scroll down. Listing by if it's open or closed, OW and/or cave, and what county.

    http://www.floridacaves.com/
     
  3. eandiver

    eandiver Solo Diver

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    There are very few in Pasco/Hernando that are anything less than experenced full cave sites.
     
  4. eandiver

    eandiver Solo Diver

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  5. jviehe

    jviehe Instructor, Scuba

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    Hudson Grotto and Hospital Hole are two of the popular OW sites, although both are dark, not for the newbie. Look in Deloches book.
     

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