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Trip out of Venice

csheridan6159csheridan6159 Posts: 107 Deckhand
The family just got scuba certified! This was our first trip out. went to some ledges in Venice, FL. Was able to spear some fish and saw all kinds of cool stuff! This was in 52 FOW. 

Lots of smaller mangrove snapper, scamp and red grouper.


  • brucegenobrucegeno canadaPosts: 1 Greenhorn
    edited June 21 #2
    Most novice divers make their first dive only when accompanied by an instructor. Panic states under water are not uncommon, even if nothing emergency has happened. The human psyche is sometimes unpredictable. Panic is probably the worst thing to happen to a novice underwater diver. A person can fall into a stupor and perform unpredictable actions. Accompanying an instructor during the first dives reduces the possibility of panic. After all, significant pressure drops make people feel bad even on trains What can we say about diving to the depth.
  • bigfinn35bigfinn35 Sarasota/VenicePosts: 1,116 Officer
    Dunno why we've had so many bots necro'ing posts recently
    Paddle faster, I hear banjo music.
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