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Old 11-16-2017, 10:50 AM   #1
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This was from last Wednesday.. saw lots of small Amberjack, snapper and the largest stingray I've ever seen. We did had some equipment issues with DIN regulator, forgot the lionfish bag and had to go back up, had slippery new gloves that wouldn't hold the polespear but all in all it was a fun dive and beats the hell out of work! Had killer visibility with zero current at 85' aprox 20 miles out.

Should have had more fish but hopefully learned from what we did wrong!

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Old 11-16-2017, 02:22 PM   #2
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About 7:38 or so?
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Old 11-16-2017, 08:05 PM   #3
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The rubber or laytex palm gloves like you get from rapala or harbor freight are the best dive gloves I've used. Good dexterity and will grip poke poles and other stuff with ease. Easy to slip on and off too.
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These were the replacement gloves from another pair that tore from Rife. I agree the rubber sided are the best. MBT has a cool pair that is red and black cut proof that have a rubber side. Fairly cheap. Thanks man.



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The rubber or laytex palm gloves like you get from rapala or harbor freight are the best dive gloves I've used. Good dexterity and will grip poke poles and other stuff with ease. Easy to slip on and off too.
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