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SCUBA hunting in Africa

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gxdoyle

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I am interested to do some hunting off the east-coast of Africa in early 2005 - am particularly interested in deep diving scuba 30+ meters for big pelagic fish in relatively virgin areas.

No problem if have to take own compressor and camp on a beach somewhere (actually that would be perfect).

Are there places along that coast where such trips are possible without being kidnapped and murdered?
 

Freediver81

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Mozambique!!!!!


your paradise spearfishing location!!!!

why dont you try freediving! much more challenging!!!

p.s. you should check if scuba spearfishing is allowed there!

search in yahoo for Mozambique spearfishing and you will get over a thousand site!!!

have fun! and let us know what happens!
 
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