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who wants to go! Sekiu

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest' started by jumbo, May 19, 2006.

  1. jumbo

    jumbo Barracuda

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    Orca Bait-

    Just figured Id throw it out there.

    A group and I are heading to Sekiu the first weekend in June for some spearfishing,diving, camping, eating, and the great night life!

    If anyone wants to join us feel free to pm me and get the rest of the info. For those who havent been out to the Neah Bay area its time to check it out, I think its the best shore diving in Washington, last time I was there it felt like the land that time forgot and I think I was moved a little lower on the food chain after a giagantic bull sea lion decided to do a surface swim with me and my bag of fish.

    The majority of diving will be in the huge kelp forest right in Sekiu. The dive profile is pretty simple jump in next to the jetty and swim, the max depth I hit last time was about 37 fsw

    Jumbo
     
  2. LakeScubaDiver

    LakeScubaDiver Solo Diver

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    Any good lakes to dive in Washington? I am a military guy so there is always the possibility I might be out that way and would like to be prepared. Thanks!
     
  3. jcmvw1

    jcmvw1 Solo Diver

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    Lake Crescent is in that area and it is a deep clear lake with lots of wall structure there.. And it is a great dive, I dive sekiu every year when I go salmon fishing there.
     
  4. LakeScubaDiver

    LakeScubaDiver Solo Diver

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    jcmvw1,
    Got any good info, pics, or video of Lake Crescent?
     
  5. jcmvw1

    jcmvw1 Solo Diver

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  6. wkyongae@aol.com

    wkyongae@aol.com Nassau Grouper

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    Thank you for the story link, found it to be most interesting. And glad to read a happy ending.
     
  7. LakeScubaDiver

    LakeScubaDiver Solo Diver

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  8. AdamHorsman

    AdamHorsman Solo Diver

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    Hey Jumbo - I don't think I can make it.

    Adam
     
  9. jumbo

    jumbo Barracuda

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    Adam-

    Bummer you cant make, that school thing can get in the way of diving once in a while.

    Lake diving, you can check out Lake Whatcom in Bellingham there is an old saw mill that you can dive on last time I found a axe under some rubble I dont know how old it was but the saw mill has been submerged for 70 years or so. I also have heard that there is a train at about 200 feet in the south end of the lake. I tried getting some specific details but it seems that no body really knows where it is at.
     
  10. LakeScubaDiver

    LakeScubaDiver Solo Diver

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    Jumbo,
    Thanks for the tip on Lake Whatcom. I will do a little research and see what I can find out. Appreciate the heads up!
     

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