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Posted by Nate on August 11, 2004 at 18:13:39:

In Reply to: hunt posted by seahunt on August 09, 2004 at 21:05:55:

I think I know the spot you wrote about. When I lived in the Bay area, and dove for abs I learned that those barren areas are some of the best spots. Instead of diving to find the larger rocks I would sit on my kayak or lay on my boogie board and either jig/bounch my ab iron or anchor off the bottom. You can feel the difference between sand/gravel and a rock. When I hit a rock, I'd leave the iron/anchor there and dive on it.


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