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- Papoose Sunday April 11th -

Posted: Mon Apr 14, 2014 2:12 pm

We had an epic day last Sunday. The season is finally back on! 65 degrees top to bottom, 60' of visibility and 1 foot seas with sunshine and 72 degree air.
It doesn't get any better than that.

Short video clip here...
http://tortugacharters.net/content/?p=1940

Author: Tortuga



- Water temps FEB 14 -

Posted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 1:01 am

just curious what the water temps are out there in the big blue in NC are now. Getting fever and the quarry is way to cold for this 5mm wet guy.

Author: thebigdiver



- Lets stir up the muck -

Posted: Tue Jan 14, 2014 12:05 am

First off there will be no names given on this thread, and I am not talking about anyone on this site that I know of, I have been saving this one for when it's cold and I am bored. I'm cold and bored................. I have a question:
Why is it that divers who have had problems, lack skill, lack courage, make bad decisions etc......... (you know, what I'm really saying is people who probably shouldn't be diving). Instead of facing their fears, correcting their problems, doing the right thing.............. why do these people think that if they buy more and more stuff it will make them a better diver? If you have problems not getting bent or drowning why would you think a rebreather or sidemount or having on 5 bottles on is gonna make you a better diver?

Author: wanchesemhc



- Correct Regulator Repair -

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 9:02 pm

So Al and I are going diving at Fantasy lake today. Air is 43. Water is 53. We get suited up and into the water and Al informs me that his computer has died. There is an E8 error message and the battery that was 70% yesterday is now dead. Now we really don't need the computer since we know we will be within NDL but this also means that he has no way to monitor his air supply which we are not willing to dive without tracking air supply.

After checking over the phone and confirming that E8 is really death we think about it for a minute. Al goes up to the house and asks Doay (sp) if there is a reg available. He is lent one at no charge.

Correct Fantasy Lake regulator service goes as follows.

1. Wipe the layers of dust and dirt off the regs.

2. Hook to tank and confirm the air pressure reads correctly.

3. Breath on the primary reg spitting out any dust sucked in.

4. Try the secondary reg. No joy. No air flows.

5. Push purge. Reg freeflows.

6. Turn reg upside down and hit a couple times and some sand falls out and free flow stops.

7. Breath again but still does not flow.

8. Peer inside and see some clay/sand down inside.

9. Take screwdriver push inside and chop at clay/sand.

10. Turn upside down and shake as a pile of clay and insect parts fall out.

11. Repeat steps 9, 10 until nothing more falls out.

12. Get bottle of water, pour into mouth piece and shake and pour out the dark brown muddy water.

13. Repeat step 12 about 6 times until the the water runs out somewhat clear.

14. Breath on regulator and confirm that it now works.

15. Alter dive plan so that we do not go deeper than 30 ft.

16. Have a nice 46 minute dive.

Author: Steve_Campbell



- Photos for Hyde/Sue/Gill -

Posted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 9:04 pm

Some photos may now be found at

http://www4.ncsu.edu/~slc/PhotosGSH13/NCOct13.html

Author: Steve_Campbell



- Sue's Ledge/Gill/ 2 Hydes with AS -

Posted: Sun Oct 13, 2013 10:36 pm

Dove Saturday and Sunday (Oct 12, 13) with Aquatic Safaris. As planned Saturday was Sue's Ledge followed by the Hyde with Scuba Dave and Michael Martin. Viz at both sites around 35 ft on the bottom. Water temp in the low low 70s. Lots of tropicals on Sue's. Cardinal Fish, Lots of Angels, Immature parrot fish (either striped or princess, not sure but very pretty), rays, turtles (others saw it), several schools of blue chromis. Sue's ledge was teeming with life. On Sunday the wind was building too much for the planned dive to City of Houston so we dove the Gill (bow) and then back to the Hyde. Very nice Gill dive. Little current and reasonable viz. Usual critters. Number of doctorfish.

The Hyde dives were good. Lots of grouper but no sharks that we saw. School of very big spades. Several big cuda and amberjack. Looking in the sand I found a nice fossil tooth (nice for the Hyde) and a very nice fresh sand tiger. While doing so I dug up a reticulated brittle star. Very cool animal. Could not get a photo since the little sucker was fast. As quick as I could get it out of the sand it would slither back in. In fact at first with all the withering arms I thought I had found a tiny octopus until I got a good view of the whole critter. On the Hang bar I got a couple good pictures of a big jelly thing. Could not tell if it was a new creature or a damaged jelly. Part reminded me of a moon jelly but the ones I had seen before had a pink cast.

Viz was good enough to shoot good pictures within 5 ft. Beyond that particulate became an issue but lots of good stuff to take photos of within 5 ft.

Spear fisherman picked up a few groupers at Gill and Sue's.

Great way for me to wrap up my 2013 NC diving. There is still good diving to be had but time for family stuff.

The first dive on Saturday was a minor milestone. It was my 100th dive with Aquatic Safaris.

Author: Steve_Campbell



- Pigfish -

Posted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:39 am

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Author: Steve_Campbell



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