Favourite dive spots

Hey,

Were's your favourite scuba dive spots?
What did you see? Any funny stories?

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Diving

Fri, 2007-07-06 16:38

I did a really great dive under the navy jetty at Exmouth.
Fantastic variety of fish and so much life in one spot.
Well worth Going for a dive there.


(Sex is great, but fishing lasts all day!)

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Thevanard island

Fri, 2007-07-06 16:41


Recently did some diving of the beachs on Thevanard island, Onslow.
Heaps of reef fish as well as some larger nice eating stuff like coral trout.
Great dive.

(Sex is great, but fishing lasts all day!)

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The HMAS SWAN

Fri, 2007-07-06 19:45

  Been down on her about three times and each time I see something new. Last time, earlier this year, I saw a Dhui in a school of Bat fish off the bow. Also some massive Sambos(2) off the stern. Also a blue groper on the deck, 2 of em. I think it's a awsome dive. Especially down the boardwalk!
  Another would be horse shoe reef at Rotto. Awsome reef shape. A few crays and some sambos as well.  ..........Feel the force.........

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South West Bank in Feb March

Sat, 2007-07-07 10:12

South West Bank in Feb March when the Maccies start to show up
In the mid water having them eye ball ya!!

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Fav. dive region

Sat, 2007-07-07 15:40

Gotta be the Abrolhos Islands!

Southern group or middle group....I've never dived the Norther group of Islands.

Once I was followed by a 6-7' shovel nose shark....it was one of the most curious underwater creatures I've ever encountered!

Cheers,


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