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Underwater Photo Location: Capernwray

Underwater Photo Location: Capernwray

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A small spring-fed lake in the North of England. Excellent on-site dive shop and facilities for air fills etc. The lake is mainly useful for training, but has some large Brown and Rainbow Trout, a few Sturgeon, some Perch and some Roach. There are numerpus small wrecks and training areas. The visibility is surprisingly good.
Facts about Capernwray
  • It is in United Kingdom
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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Marine Life

Diving facilities

Photo facilities

by Paul Colley
Rainbow and Brown Trout at Capernwray, a small land-locked lake in the North of England

by Mark Thomas
Mr H & sturgeon. D3 15mm.

by Paul Colley
A Capernwray Brown Trout. 10-17mm lens with twin strobes. Water rather cool at 12 degrees C.

by Mark Thomas
Rainbow trout. D200 10.5mm.

by Mark Thomas
Sturgeon. D3 15mm.

by Mark Thomas
Hawker Siddeley plane. D3 15mm. 8'C - it's getting cold!!

by Mark Thomas
Brown trout. D3 15mm.

by Mark Thomas
Sturgeon. Winter 2010. 15mm fisheye.

by Mark Thomas
RAINbow Trout. D3 15mm fisheye.

by Elaine White
Underwater garden reaching through the surface

by Mark Thomas

by Mark Thomas
Water Beetle. Capernwray.

by Lee Balicki
A shot taken at Capernwray Inland Dive Site. The wreck is the ORCA, located in around 8m of water. Shot with a Canon 60D in an Ikelite housing, Lense - Tokina 10-17mm, Strobe - Inon Z240 pointed at the bow of the boat.

by Graham Watters
A diver with a scooter playing in a lake in England

by Mark Thomas
Flying fish - one of the resident trout in Capernwray.

by Mark Thomas

by Mark Thomas
Divers & Wessex helicopter. Capernwray.

by Mark Thomas
Twin set & plane. Capernwray

by Mark Thomas
Diver on the Candida, Capernwray.

by Mark Thomas
Trout. Capernwray.

by Mark Thomas
Diver & Helicopter. Capernwray

by Mark Thomas
VW Beetle. Capernwray.

by Mark Thomas
Plane fuselage, Capernwray.

by Mark Thomas
Divers on plane. Capernwray.

by Mark Thomas
Hawker Siddeley 748.

by Mark Thomas
Sturgeon feeding.

by Mark Thomas
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