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May 28, 2004
I finally made it back out for a bit of spearing. 1st time since the big wreck. Here are a couple of photos of my buddy and I. We took both at about 17 meters, 30 minutes before dusk. The water is cooling here now so the bigger ones are coming out. Mohd. got the biggest jack i have ever seen first-hand and stoned it cold. My Gold-toothed trevally (rabib) fought a bit but I brought it in. This was a sole Totemsub Tahiti trip :) Now... if we can just find something between this size and the size fish Miles is bringing in :)


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and my rabib (gold toothed trevally).

and folks, no fun about the white skin. I have been dry for a month and a half while my ribs and other parts settled back where they belong (read no spearing, no lying in the sun.)



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