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Gary - The wrecks are well known. They are the Hutton, Suloide & Indra. I have dove the Hutton and Suloide but not the Indra. The Indra was sunk in the early 90's as an artificial reef. I'm looking over my dive log and I see many dives on the Hutton or Suloide in May and few in April. Water temps will be in high 60's/70's in May. Visibility is usually around 30' but can be better (I have one dive I recorded 60' on the Hutton) and of course it can be a lot worse. They are in 60-70' and have lots of wildlife on them. Sometime in May sounds fine - keep me posted - right now I'm wide open that month. I'm making some dives down this way in April and I'll be in Africa half the month of June, so May sounds good. You coming down Memorial Day week-end?
Mike, I figured we'd pick up the topic here. Might even fet somebody else's attention/comments.

Have you done any spear fishing? I haven't and I'm not sure I want to intenionally "chum" while I'm swimming/diving. I've dove with sharks and cudas, but it as always made me nervous. I would rather not have to look over my shoulder all the time.
 

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Like I said before, I am by no means an expert diver. I probably made a total of 20 dives and only a few of those are "logged". I just got certified on that trip to Mexico. All my other dives were either recreational dives Down Island (Carribbean) or places where they cared more about your $ than your certification or safety when I was in the navy. I always went with experienced divers, but still not the safest situations. Anyway, all of the diving I've done has been around coral reefs covered with angelfish, damsels and turtles not artifical reefs laden with gag or snapper. So, the spear fishing opportunity wasn't there. If you wanted to do it on this trip I wouldn't object. I've never done it and it could be interesting to observe.

Seabiscuit, may not even be interested. He's kinda partial to the skinny water in the WO, just thought I'd ask. I'll mention it to him and he'll probably seeit on here.
 

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Just found a couple decent websites for wrecks. Here's one http://www.nc-wreckdiving.com . They all look pretty interesting. I really like the idea of the Indra. I think the AR Programs up and down the coast are great. I'd like to see this one as it has been there for 14 or 15 years and seems to be flourishing. AND from a couple of the sites it sounds like a flounder magnet.
 

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I read another article about the Indra. It seems it a great spot for diving and flounder gigging. Now that don't sound fair. AND it is the site of an annual "Underwater Bike Race" :rolleyes: !
 

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