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Newbie In Inverness

Hynes91

Hynes91

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Hi Guys,

Jut picked up some gear to get started on a bit of spearfishing. Based near Inverness. Would love to know if there is many people in the area that do it.

Any tips on good spots close by greatly appreciated.

Ken
 
Mr. X

Mr. X

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Welcome. No fear of the Loch Ness monster then! Sturgeon? Not salmon.
 
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Mighty

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Hi mate am based Inverness of your looking for a buddy
 
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smdashik

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Wow, that's great to hear. Anyways have you ever faced the "Octopus gets loose" situation? Well, to be exact, a lot of divers often just put the regulator into their BCD pocket. However, if you jump into the water, it can get loose and, even worst - it might get stuck at the reef or even destroy corals. Besides, I'm currently buying my divers kits from divingspecials-shop. Where do you guys buy yours from?
 
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