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Early Morning Dive

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Deepdown

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Rolando and I went out for a quick shore dive in the bay on Saturday before boat traffic became to heavy. Got in the water at sun rise, and got out an hour later. The fish were quite skittisch, but we still managed to land this decent Gag after I followed it from hole to hole for the better part of an hour. Vis started out at 10', but soon went down to 5-6' so no long shots.

Gerald
 

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Rolando

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Gaga

Yo G,

I just realized that you actually have a subtle resemblance to the fish you're holding. Now I see why you went home with dinner and I went home to rice and beans;) .

Nice wetsuit!:D
 
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Deepdown

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i thought I looked pretty sexy myself
 
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