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Welcome to the Pacific Northwest Orca Bait forum!

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest' started by Uncle Pug, Aug 18, 2003.

  1. Phoenix

    Phoenix Club Web Master

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    yeah its quite a ways from the Salt, but quite a few high altitude Fresh Water around

    As for doubles I dont no, Just got my Halcyon Pioneer system, decided to go for that over the explorer due to cost, I am still pretty new to diving, and equipment is filtering in slowly but surley, I asked around and getting the pioneer saved me 1 tank, 1 reg, 1 manifold and bands, but i hope to be on doubles by early next year (well I will need to be for extended range and poss deco procedures, I usually jump in with a 15l or an 18l for the deeper dives though, and still not having Deco procedures I cant do any deco dives yet, a bit under qualified, so doubles would be overkill for the deeper stuff at the moment as my NDL would expire before my air
     
  2. Mike Matthews

    Mike Matthews Solo Diver

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    Location: Salem, Oregon
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    I vote for the Orca. Lean, mean, and a diving machine. Likes to eat also.
     
  3. DonziMan

    DonziMan Guest

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    Hey everyone in the PNW, thought I would introduce myself. I'm Jeff. I took this pic. of my buddy Chip near San Juan Island. Orca bait? Do any of you do any freediving?
     
  4. MechDiver

    MechDiver Divemaster

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    Welcome. I don't do freediving, sorry. Don't know of anyone around that does, although there are some posts about. You might do a search here if you don't get any replies.

    MD
     
  5. beaudawg

    beaudawg Angel Fish

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    VERY COOL picture :D
     
  6. Nomaster

    Nomaster Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Moses Lake, WA
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    Do you mean that there's talk of them trying again?

    Tom
     
  7. jumbo

    jumbo Barracuda

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    Pug- I think it would be a great idea to get some people from this forum on a dive together, I would def. be in
     
  8. sea nmf

    sea nmf Loggerhead Turtle

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    Location: Honolulu, HI
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    I must not be typical. When the orcas showed up, I got IN the water. These were a well known salmon eating group, however. And they stayed away from me (I was on snorkel).
     
  9. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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    OK... you put it together.
     
  10. scubamoo

    scubamoo Angel Fish

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    I like the Orca idea, it reminds me of Shamu, which sounds like Scubamoo...
     

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