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Old 10-14-2011, 12:14 AM   #1
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You must stay on the water, i'm envious! Is this a ship or what?

Thanks for the numbers on the other spots you posted.
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You must stay on the water, i'm envious! Is this a ship or what?

Thanks for the numbers on the other spots you posted.
You are welcome.

The YDTs are two Navy dive tender ships that were placed as artifical reefs. If you would like to fish or dive it, you can find their numbers in this section of the forum.
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Is the YDT 14 broken in half or is that something else to the aft?
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That is incredible. What kind of fish does it hold?



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You are welcome.

The YDTs are two Navy dive tender ships that were placed as artifical reefs. If you would like to fish or dive it, you can find their numbers in this section of the forum.
I have a couple fo numbers for dive tenders about 20 miles south of the pass, not sure if these are the same.
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That is incredible. What kind of fish does it hold?
To be honest, not much.
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I have a couple fo numbers for dive tenders about 20 miles south of the pass, not sure if these are the same.
Yep, the same.
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I have a couple fo numbers for dive tenders about 20 miles south of the pass, not sure if these are the same.
The very same.
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How long are the YDT's? (Was looking around online and found some that were about 140 ft.)



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