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NC last weekend, SHARKS!!!

Discussion in 'North Carolina' started by Diversauras, Nov 22, 2011.

  1. Diversauras

    Diversauras NAUI Instructor

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    lulubelle and krawlings like this.
  2. RickyF

    RickyF Manta Ray

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    Wow! Looks like a great dive. Can't wait to get back down there!
     
  3. Insta-Gator

    Insta-Gator Blue Whale

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    :thumb: Great video. Thanks for sharing.
     
  4. VooDooGasMan

    VooDooGasMan Solo Diver

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    Now that is a shark dive, they looked to be a fun group of sharks and i think if that group wanted it could tear up anything with the teeth on the one. if they would just chow the lion fish.
     
  5. Diversauras

    Diversauras NAUI Instructor

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    they will if it is presented right, I was told that a speared one held in front of them will be gobbled...
     
  6. Big John

    Big John Solo Diver

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    The Schurz is one of my favorite dives and it is interesting to see it wrapped up in Sand Tigers. Typically there are only one or two on the wreck at a time. The usual resident sharks have typically turned up their noses when I have offered them a speared Lionfish as a treat.Maybe I haven't been presenting them right. I usually try to rid the wreck of as many as I can as this wreck offers some of the larger ones I see.
     
  7. davetowz

    davetowz Dive Shop

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    Awesome Video, Mike Gerken has an awesome blog. Mike Gerken's Dive Blog Report
    That is where I first saw this vid, I have watched it a few times. I would love to see that many sand tigers at once!
     
  8. Randy g

    Randy g Solo Diver

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    Great video!! The only time I have ever seen that many sharks was on the Proteus last august. We must have had 60-70 within view of the prop. It was something that I will never forget!!

    Schurz is one of my favorites NC wrecks. Good to see the water is clearing up, we were down a few weeks ago and it was still pea soup.
     
  9. HazardSports

    HazardSports Nassau Grouper

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    Cool video ! Thanks for sharing !
     
  10. lulubelle

    lulubelle Manta Ray

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    What a great video, thanks. I absolutely love those days where there are sandies everywhere. Looks like you had amazing conditions topside too. And to end your dive with a huge pod of dolphins doesn't stink either.

    Note to self, hurry up and get a thicker wetsuit for balmy November dive days. I'll have to ask some of the captains if these conditions are more prevalent in November or if you got lucky. First half of the summer was fantastic, last few months a bit rough with many a called dive.
     

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