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Old 06-22-2014, 03:38 PM   #1
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We dove Tex and Tug Deliverance yesterday. Viz at Tex was really bad with alot of junk floating in the water. The viz got much better at Tug D and I imagine the farther you went out the better it got. Hit three thermoclines on the tug, which made the bottom temp a little chilly went you arent expecting that.

Since we cant shoot any fish, I left the speargun on the anchor line and salvaged about $20 worth of lead from the tug. I always wonder what people are fishing for using 16oz bank sinkers in 90ft of water. I found 5 of them...
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