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Underwater Photo Location: Gildenburgh Water

Underwater Photo Location: Gildenburgh Water

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Looking for great Pike shots?

Pike may be able to avoid most anglers, but they will usually allow divers to approach and study them, beating a hasty retreat only at the last moment. They are nevertheless frustratingly difficult to capture on film. As an underwater photographer, I have spent much time trying to get the pike shot - you know, the one that is a definitive expression of the popular image. Unfortunately I have not, to my own satisfaction, so far succeeded.

Kevin Cullimore, probably the country’s top freshwater u/w photographer, had long urged me to try my luck at Gildenburgh Water. He recommends a 28mm lens to capture medium to large pike on film - and plenty of patience

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Facts about Gildenburgh Water
Dive types
shoredrysuitfreshwater

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
airhireinstructionguided

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Benny Sutton
test

by Keith Savill
Couldnt decide between going to the pub to play pool, or go diving, so did both at the same time.... 1st dive of the year - 2nd Jan - 3 degrees. It was a quick game of pool!!

by Keith Savill
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