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Mcfaste

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Hello,

Figure I should introduce myself, I am fairly new diver. I received my open water a little over a year ago, my advanced and dry suit certs pretty recently. Almost all of my dives (just about 50) were this year. Last year I did a few dives in Mexico, including a Cenote, this spring Jamaica. Otherwise a lot of cold water this year in WI, mostly lake Michigan. So I found out fast that if I want to dive around here a dry suit is the way to go. Vis generally isn't great until you get into the colder water anyways.

Steve
 

Marie13

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Where are you behind the Cheddar Curtain? I’m in the Chicago area but dive often with buddies out of the Madison area.
 
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Mcfaste

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Where are you behind the Cheddar Curtain? I’m in the Chicago area but dive often with buddies out of the Madison area.
I'm further north, Green Bay area. I'm in a bunch of the facebook groups for finding dive buddies in WI. I've been driving all over the place for dives. Monday-Thursday during the morning/day is the most ideal time for me to go, so finding a dive buddy can be tricky.
 
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