We have a flooded rock quarry about 40 minutes outside of Dallas. Pretty decent vis if there isn't too many new scuba divers doing there checkout dives. The quarry is 22acres with a max depth of 63' feet. No fishing allowed to keep fishing lines from snagging divers. However the fish that hang around the staircases that lead into the water in mass have resorted to another means of sustenance. :vangry ANY EXPOSED FLESH!!! :vangry This past summer the water above the thermocline is pretty warm and I didn't have my hood on, and I had a 12 inch black bass latch on to my right ear for about two seconds!!! When I swatted him off, I had a small stream of blood coming off the top of my ear. That must have been the dinner bell for the perch, because about 10 small perch started swarming around my head. Time to leave. Just recently I was diving and removed one of my dive gloves to get a pebble out of it, and I guess those white fingers resemble hotdogs to much, because I had two piranha (aka. perch) inhale two finger tips instantly. :waterwork There is plenty of signs saying not to feed the fish, but I know a lot of people feed them. I wonder if that is what makes them aggressive?