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Old 02 July 2013, 11:29   #11
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Originally Posted by Pikey Dave View Post
If there's no boat there flying the "A" flag, or Surface Marker Buoys or any other sign of activity, put your pots in. Just be careful if it is a wreck, that you don't snag them, otherwise you might have to be nice to the divers. Where is it anyway?
Well I could tell you but I would have to shoot you afterwards....and I don't mean throwing you overboard into deep water.

Just kidding. Arran.

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Old 02 July 2013, 12:48   #12
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Just mark them as lobby pots. I remember years ago heading over to dive the Thesis at the entrance to the sound of mull. Spies the buoy, zooms up, ties on the RHIB, throws the dive gear on and says to the others I'd get them down on the wreck. Down I go. Back up the line, onto the boat, starts up, drives to next buoy and down onto the wreck. First buoy was the nicest lobby pot I've ever dived :-)

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