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High and dry in Atlanta

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Moved down from NYC a few months ago ... will miss the cold, dark New England waters. Any suggestions for getting wet in North Georgia (once we're allowed)?
 

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It'll be good when this whole quarantine/lockdown business is no longer warranted. The warmer weather will likely play a role in bringing the pandemic to an end.

Welcome to DB, by the way.
 
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Moved down from NYC a few months ago ... will miss the cold, dark New England waters. Any suggestions for getting wet in North Georgia (once we're allowed)?

I am also Atlanta based. Not any great spearfishing anywhere in Georgia, but the trip to Florida is pretty easy. I prefer making the trip to South Florida and the diving anywhere south of the Palm Beach inlet.

I do know that there are some that like to dive the fresh water lakes, but the viz is generally a couple of feet.

Let me know if you want more specifics.

Jerry
 

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Moved down from NYC a few months ago ... will miss the cold, dark New England waters. Any suggestions for getting wet in North Georgia (once we're allowed)?
Get in touch with Mike Smith at Asylum Divers in Lawrenceville, GA.
 
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