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Underwater Photo Location: Spooky Channel

Underwater Photo Location: Spooky Channel

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This dive site close to Anthony's Key starts in clear open water with many large grouper because the local dive shop feeds them. As you continue into the channel it get's darker to the point of using a torch to serch the walls for the famous toad fish.
Facts about Spooky Channel
  • It is in Honduras
  • Spooky Channel is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 0-3 Metres 0-10 Feet.
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
bigsmallcoral

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionguidedfriendly


by Larry Polster
Toad fish in the cave walls of Spooky Channel Roatan, low vis, lots of back scatter

by Larry Polster
Grouper cleaning station, Nikon D-300, twin Ikelite strobes

by Larry Polster
Very unusual to see Froggies in these waters, hideen in a sponge, our sharp eye DM spotted it and went nuts.

by Larry Polster
Large Eye Toadfish, (batrachoides gilberti ) D300, 105mm, Spooky Channel, Roatan

by Larry Polster
Fire worm, D300, 105VR, D125 strobes

by Larry Polster
D300, Sigma 14mm, ISO200, f4.5, 1/500

by David Gilchrist
Spooky Channel, Roatan

by Eric Addicott
Grouper in cleaning station, Roatan, Honduras

by David Gilchrist
Lion Fish (Pterois volitans), Spooky Channel, Roatan Honduras

by David Gilchrist
Lion Fish (Pterois volitans), Spooky Channel, Roatan Honduras

by David Gilchrist
Diver moves in close to photograph a Lion Fish (Pterois volitans), Spooky Channel, Roatan Honduras

by David Gilchrist
Diver swims through passage at Spooky Channel dive site in Roatan.
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