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Whats your favourite things to look for while diving?

Discussion in 'Western Canada' started by Nalidixic, Feb 12, 2005.

  1. Mo2vation

    Mo2vation Relocated to South Florida.... ScubaBoard Supporter

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    My buddy's fins and / or light. I look for these every couple of moments to be sure we're still a team. These tell me gas is close if the spit hits the fan down there.

    Everything else just makes the dive pretty.

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    Ken
     
  2. Poogweese

    Poogweese Contributor

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    No question-Stellar Sea Lions, lots and lots of Stellar Sea Lions! Northern Fur Seal pups are fun too! :wink:


    Poog
     
  3. fins

    fins Contributor

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    Mermaids :)
     
  4. Gela

    Gela Registered

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    I've always been on the great search for a seahorse. Still haven't seen one.
     
  5. theskull

    theskull Scuba Instructor

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
    Location: St. Louis, MO
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    Tropical: Moray eels, Octopi
    Fresh: Crawfish, Walleye, Sunglasses
    Cave: Blind albino crawfish

    theskull
     
  6. kazinvan

    kazinvan Contributor

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    I like nudibranch, recently saw a few giant nudi's. So many different kinds, and they all look so cool. I like octopus too, they are amazing.
     
  7. RTBCAT

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    You may be a while finding shrimp and anemones together looking back in my log book Nov 9/03 is when I saw them. Have not seen any since can not remember what kind of shrimp but they were very colourful. Two shrimp on one anemone must have been my lucky day. RTBCAT
     
  8. Hyper-limits

    Hyper-limits Scuba Instructor

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    Octopus, wolf ell, big skate (seen a few)and Sixgill shark (still looking).
     
  9. divingirl

    divingirl Guest

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    Everything!! I just love to explore.
     
  10. drbill

    drbill The Lorax for the Kelp Forest Scuba Legend

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    Sounds like it might be a black durgon, a species of triggerfish.

    Personally I like to look at everything except wrecks, but I see it all through my 1/2" viewfinder on my video camera! My favorite thing to spot is a beautiful female diver who is diving solo.

    Dr. Bill
     

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