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Saturday dive in the Edisto River

Aeromike and I returned to the Edisto for a dive Saturday. Vis was not great and the current swift. A 4 1/2" shamer Meg had my heart pumping until I pulled it from the sand. A few 2" Angy's and 2 pieces of coprolite completed the days booty.

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Location Colleton County, South Carolina, USA

Date Added10/11/2009


Awesome day in the Edisto
Awesome day in the Edisto
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Family Tradition
Edisto river hunt.
Edisto river hunt.

river conditions - 10/11/2009
Reviewer : dw from Summerville South Carolina United States
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when i read you guys were going this weekend i was curious how you would do. there has been a lot of rain this past week and the levels have been steadily rising which kills the viso and makes the current worse than it already is. i bet it was cold, too! glad you guys found some stuff and got back safely.
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Glad you made it back safely - 10/11/2009
Reviewer : Greg from
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Glad you guys found something...I was out there too this weekend and yes that current was ripping...good luck on your future dives....
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great time - 10/11/2009
Reviewer : AeroMike from
Total Rating : 10
svilleJ did a lot better them I did. I had a few finds, my whale tooth streak is still going strong but I couldn't find that big ol' angy. I found a shamer beni, nice root but the tooth was missing half the enamel. DW, the current was stronger this time but it really wasn't too bad as far as being cold. Maybe that is because I have fat like a walrus, LOL DW, we'll have to get in the river some time. I will need to find a local diving partner. Content Quality : 10 of 10

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