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Regulatrix

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Good morning, All.
I will be moving from Texas to Alamogordo, NM. Not much diving in that vicinity that I can see. Anyone know of New Mexico dive groups on here or social media that I can reach out.
Thank you for your time.
Matt
If you also like to hike, be sure to check out Dog Canyon right outside Alamogordo. Really beautiful hike and rich with history.
 

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Allamagoogoo is what we used to call it.

I'm kinda curious having grown up in lost causes (Las Cruces) and I'm pretty sure elephant Bute and cabaio wouldn't be much fun.
 

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Allamagoogoo is what we used to call it.

I'm kinda curious having grown up in lost causes (Las Cruces) and I'm pretty sure elephant Bute and cabaio wouldn't be much fun.

Caballo lake is very shallow in a normal year you could walk from shore to shore. Elephant Butte is very low right now from our drought meaning it isn't very clear enough to be much fun to dive when It is full it can be ok for lake diving.

Blue hole is always clear unless someone stirs it up even the. It has enough flow to clear up shortly.
 
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