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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: John Roach

Striated Frogfish, Lembeh South Florida.
Antennarius str...
Striated Frogfish, Lembeh South Florida.
Antennarius str... by John Roach
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message Hi John, great find! and a newbie at the Bridge! Bravo. I call this fellow gran pa- although its probably a female. Looks like you had some fun in Lembeh, Florida- I love that by the way!
Suzan
 
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message Hi Suzan, Yes Loved it. Planning a return for mid-september- october. Have to check the tides and full moon for dates. Loved the night dives. Could do a night dive every night. Everyone at Force E was great. You had a good trip?
John




 
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message Thank you yes- awesome trip. Still going thru images. That could take forever.

Let me know when you will be in town. Yes we wish we could only do night dives at BHB also, but they are kind of stindgy on those, but maybe I could rustle up a couple of boat dives. I am sure I could get them filled. Give me a month's heads up on your dates, and I will see what I can do.
Suz
 
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message Looks like the Full moon is the last saturday in september. probably be down wednesday night before and stay thru oct 2.
 
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message Yes the very end of september is good timing. can get two dives in a day for a few days, the tides are right.
 
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