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Another film for Digger

Postby yakhangger » 28 Oct 2014, 07:00

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Re: Another film for Digger

Postby MrTall » 28 Oct 2014, 07:22

Nice vid merv. Well done.
PS. How many jigs did you end up picking up?
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Re: Another film for Digger

Postby yakhangger » 28 Oct 2014, 07:55

Just the one ....but when I got to the car I had dropped it :oops: :oops: I did end up with a small ball float though....I have got quite a collection of jigs on my bench at home most are no good but do tend to find one every dive :)
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Re: Another film for Digger

Postby Digger » 28 Oct 2014, 08:07

Merv I can't thank you enough! That was absolutely beautiful!

No wonder you like diving there, it's gorgeous mate.

(Nice getting a thread dedicated to you too...Grin~)
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Re: Another film for Digger

Postby Jules » 28 Oct 2014, 13:02

Great vid. Beautiful part of the world.

Would like to do a dive like that one day. Just gotta get rid of my shark phobia :oops:
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Re: Another film for Digger

Postby joffarob » 28 Oct 2014, 16:31

Very Nice Merv, Every time i look at one of your videos i think i get a step closer to signing up to get my dive ticket. Keep em coming :thumbsup:
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Re: Another film for Digger

Postby yakhangger » 28 Oct 2014, 17:02

joffarob wrote:Very Nice Merv, Every time i look at one of your videos i think i get a step closer to signing up to get my dive ticket. Keep em coming :thumbsup:


Mate now is the time to do it...coming into the warm weather and Harbour Dive have some great deals to get you started.....
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Re: Another film for Digger

Postby joffarob » 28 Oct 2014, 17:15

yakhangger wrote:
joffarob wrote:Very Nice Merv, Every time i look at one of your videos i think i get a step closer to signing up to get my dive ticket. Keep em coming :thumbsup:


Mate now is the time to do it...coming into the warm weather and Harbour Dive have some great deals to get you started.....

Yeah might check out what's available around queenscliff, bit closer and easier traveling. Maybe Santa will help out :thumbsup:
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Re: Another film for Digger

Postby Jacko » 03 Nov 2014, 10:48

Nice video Merv,
Leafy sea dragons are a certain on every dive off Flinders jetty.
Good protected spot to launch the yak from for an alternative dive when conditions in other spots are too rough.
Also a good spot to train/practice.
I must join you there for a dive some day.
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