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any spearo buddys out there?

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Feb 20, 2005
Hi there!

I just found this site today and am really happy about it because here in Germany it`s impossible to talk about spearfishing.
If you look for a buddy,they call you the very,very bad guy because you kill "innocent fish".
In about three weeks I start my next trip.I want to stay about two months in South-east-Thailand (small islands off the coast of Trang province) and then head over to the Gili-Islands near Lombok (next from Bali/Indonesia).From there I eventually go to Flores (close to the dragon-island of Komodo) or try to find out new places for good snorkeling and spearfishing locations where I have not been before.
Is here anybody who may join me,perhaps for part-time too?
Greetings from bloody cold Germany...glassfish :p :p :p
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