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Old 03-06-2012, 02:00 PM   #1
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Haven't been around water in a while and was bored so I compiled some footage of 4 different small artificial reefs that have been down various amounts of time. 3 out of 4 I deployed. The pyramid I found years ago but did not deploy myself.

The video is from different days. I just collected video I shot on days when the water was pretty clear and I got the white balance right. It is not firefishvideo quality. There is a little shake because I am using a pretty cheap point and shoot but I am happy with it.

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Old 03-06-2012, 02:05 PM   #2
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Man, I actually thought that was Werewolves of London for a second, cool video.
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Nice video. Did the last site, the one with the wheel, have a FAD attached?
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No FAD. The string going up is just the string for the bandit bouy that I used to mark the spot and decend on. It was a money throw to get the weight right in the spool. The cigs were just hanging out I guess.
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Nice clear video. How far off-shore was the last site? It seemed to hold a bunch of cig's.
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Great video!! You can tell the reefs are pretty private because there isn't a bunch of junk and beer cans all over the bottom like most of the reefs out there. Keep puttin them out there!! Thanks for posting!
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The video looks good to me. Very interesting too.
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Thanks for sharing that. Never spent any time underwater!
Really cool prospective. I hooked up my gopro to a 3-way swivel and tried to
Video some of my favorite spots. Clarity was terrible, but last year the water was pretty bad all year. Got a few fish trying to hit the camera, I lost the memory card. Going to try again this year.
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Nice clear video. How far off-shore was the last site? It seemed to hold a bunch of cig's.
Its about 17 miles I think. I am pumped about looking at that particular reef this year because I have since added more spools to it and stacked them. I am sure it will get found though because it lights up like the russian freighter when I run over it.

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Cool video. I really like seeing those little mingos on that spool.
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