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spearing in Georgia

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Dec 3, 2002
alright spearos, i will be in Savannah, Georgia this spring (march) and i was wondering what kind spearing opportunities are available? like what kinda fish and what kinda gear i should bring? thanks alot. greg
You will have to head a bit offshore to dive this area. I have not dove that area, but I have spoken to people who live down that way. The reefs offshore are supposed to be great. Check out The "Coastal Georgia Scuba and Spearfishing Club" @ www.divegeorgia.com I think they are based in Savannah. Mostly bubble blowers, but they should have plenty of info. I am interested in some of the FW diving that Bladerunner has been doing. I grew up in Rome, GA. We had a few springs in the area that fed lakes and streams, but nothing with much depth. Lanier sounds pretty fun. If you are ever in this area look us up and we'll get offshore.

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