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Old 24 August 2013, 16:19   #1
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Ardlamont Dolphin gopro vid

hey all,

Took a trip to Ardlamont today again with my gopro, unfortunately the water was quite murky and it was very overcast so results are not brilliant but any day out on the boat is worth it :-)





Couple of pics from the last time out a few weeks ago, big difference in the water clarity as you can see from today.
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still great to see the underwater shots even if murky
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Brillant underwater shots. I don't have a go pro but I'm assuming you have a 2nd or a seperate screen so you can see what your filming?
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Excellent was up that way 2 weeks ago and saw a 9-10m Basking shark.
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Brillant underwater shots. I don't have a go pro but I'm assuming you have a 2nd or a seperate screen so you can see what your filming?
Nope, point and hope my friend.

I have never seen a basking shark in all my hours about the west coast, I'll catch one sooner or later I hope.

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Great shame that solitary dolphin , wedded to that buoy . Saddens me when I see it alone just going round the can
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Do they choose their own company at a certain age or do they get kicked out of the pod or just can't keep up?

Think there is one on the south coast called Harry?
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Great shame that solitary dolphin , wedded to that buoy . Saddens me when I see it alone just going round the can
i have wondered why it is just staying round there, must be some reason for it.

The good thing is it gets plenty of playtime with boats going round there and i assume food is in good supply.

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hey all,

little update on this post.

i went to the usual place today and the dolphin was gone. they have replaced the channel marker not long ago and i assume when they whipped the old one out the dolphin buggered off.

rumour at portavadie is it is somewhere in loch fyne, if you know be interested where it is. the fuel berth guy at portavadie marina said it was now circling somewhere else up loch fyne.

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Saw the Ardlamont dolphin again today Dubrus.. its still in Loch Fyne..just west of Inveraray around the caravan park ..and still on its lonesome.

It must be hungry though..I fished all day and never a nibble. Swam round the guppy three times before it decided I wasn’t edible





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