Discussion in '☋ Diving and Marine Life ☋' started by firea, Sep 3, 2008.
Drift dives are not only for lasy divers
Jelly!!!!!!! are you talkin but me. :D
B.L., ...hahaha.... a bit maybe (joking).
You have seen yourself now on the video, so no need to comment anymore
I hope we make more dives together the next time (with a not too strong current otherwise I have to leave my video equipment in the boat and can't record your swimming style :D )
Just be sure that you're not the first commenting my swimming style.But at the time we dive together I didnt have my old "power plana"s. So I had some problems with adjusting to my what in DIR circles is named Frog Kick and Helicopter Turns.Which I have been doing a long time(20+years) before "Doing It Right" was popular.But in general I belong to the DIW guys.:D A typical DIMOW type.
Picture from Norwegian championships Spearfishing 1996 top 3 contestants.Me with a shared third place.At the center front.And the flatfish(Piggvar "Psetta maxima") still holds the Norwegian record today.
A real big one BL !
Never seen that in my dives in the North Sea.
I guess your whole family did not have to buy fish for quite a while after that
Well. We are big fish eaters. Have catched more than 100kilos of Sea Wolf this year. And probably will run empty in the freezer before next season starts.:(
But with the Piggvar it was nice that the catch was in competition with the Norwegian elite spearfishers. And I believe its the only long time record set in the competitions history.
In the competitioning I had the disadvantage of being very "hard headed" (ME!!!!!) towards big sices of the fish.Points counting fish started at 500 grams.And also flattype (not pelagic) fishes only get 50% of pelagic fish points/weight.So my smallest fish was 900gr.I am not able to fire at the small ones. Inheritage of my Scuba Dive hunting.
I still have it that way and in diving I set rules for minimum weight of every kinda species I hunt. No child abuse.:D