Club dive 22nd April

Four of us had a wet day at Conger Alley today. (The two Scotts, Ryan and I )
Congratulations to Ryan on his first cold water dive! All went well so hopefully he has been bitten by the bug and this will be the first of many to come
Moderate Viz despite the weather, allowed us to introduce Ryan to a selection of the usual life including a number of Large Conger Eels, Some Lobsters and a large Cod

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Club Dive 3rd Dec

Bill Hamilton and Andrew Powls went to Conger Alley, Loch Long on Sunday for a couple of dives. The weather blessed us with a dry day, OKish Viz and water temperature of 12 degrees. Plenty of life to be seen with the highlight of the day being a free swimming Conger Eel in full hunt mode. There were a number of very large Ballan Wrasse and a big Lobster. Also one nice Scorpion Fish

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Club Diving 3rd Sept 2017

Bill Hamilton, Robert Ross, Andrew Powls and Brodie Thomson had a good day out diving the Twin Piers site in Loch Long. The weather held for most of the day until we were packing up to drive home. Viz was OKish and the water temperature a balmy 14-15 degrees. Notable finds were a number of very large Conger Eels in amongst the rocks, a large number of Whelks (some laying eggs), a large dogfish and a profusion of starfish eating the mussels around the piers.

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Club Diving Day Loch Fyne 1st Jul 2017

Paul Lafferty, Andrew Powls, Bill Hamilton and Robert Ross went to Anchor Point for a couple of dives. The weather started well although the rain arrived by the end of diving.
No midges today though!!!
Viz was generally good and we saw a good selection of life on the reefs including a good sized scorpion fish. I’ve included some pics on our facebook page

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Club Dive 18th June

Bill Hamilton Robert Ross Andrew Irvineand Andrew Powls headed to Anchor Point Loch Fyne for Andrew Irvine’s last dives to qualify as Branch Diver. The day was nice – if you could tolerate the midges! Quite a collection of Lion’s mane jellyfish in the shallows which we needed to carefully avoid. Plenty of life on the reefs and fairly good vis made for a good set of dives. Only marred by the loss of Andrew’s weight belt towards the end of the dive. If anyone finds a shotbelt at about 10m we would appreciate it’s return!
Congratulations to Andrew for completing his Branch Diver course

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