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Runing lines for life

Discussion in 'Wreck Exploration and Expeditions' started by DiveDeeper17, Jan 29, 2007.

  1. DiveDeeper17

    DiveDeeper17 Photographer

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    There are many diffrent ways and tecqnics for running lines into wrecks
    i personally have my own method of doing it
    i am posting to get diffrent divers tecqnics on how they personally run lines
    so
    how exactly do you do it your way?
     
  2. Kevrumbo

    Kevrumbo Banned

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    Keep the line low (but out of the silt!), offset to one side of the passageway and not running right down the middle; tie-off or wrap placement at each directional or level change (but try not to make a zig-zag path or an oscillating up & down path thru too many deck levels); always keep the line nice and snug.
     
  3. wedivebc

    wedivebc CCR Instructor ScubaBoard Supporter

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    What he said, watch for line traps in wrecks, lots of them. Also watch out for placements that may cut the line.
     
  4. DiveDeeper17

    DiveDeeper17 Photographer

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    thanks guys ive been practicing lately: since last wreck season and im gettin better
     
  5. Kevrumbo

    Kevrumbo Banned

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  6. PerroneFord

    PerroneFord DIR Practitioner

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    LOL!! Nice link. Clear as mud.

    Fortunately, I learned that technique in cave class. Works great, and is quick.
     

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