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    Default post some dive reports

    if you're diving this week, please post some conditions reports. Lots of rain for the next day or two and I'm curious how conditions are holding up for the weekend.

    Sites we are considering:
    -Madison Blue
    -Little River
    -Peacock or Peacock III
    -Ginnie (of course)

    Manatee is out... yuck.


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    LR is stunning.

    Madison, Martz tunnel is outflowing quite a bit. Past martz is nice, very low flow. Few spots in the courtyard picked up. Courtyard had a yellowish/green tint with very good viz. Only one spot had particulate (where the inflow on right side after pressure gauge)



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    Quote Originally Posted by patpicos View Post
    LR is stunning...
    That is interesting, it had only 40-50' of viz last week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FW View Post
    That is interesting, it had only 40-50' of viz last week.
    The water was also slightly cooler this weekend than it has been, by about half a degree.

    Lately I've noticed that Little River gets a little "fuzzy" after a big rain but only lasts a few days. This makes sense considering it's been dye traced (hydraulically connected) to an active swallet.

    Regardless, Little River should be fine with all the rain this week. A few inches won't even began to kiss its ass.

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    Stopped at the Worthington Springs bridge an hour ago. River is up Five feet from yesterday. Right at flood stage now. Should have little to no effect on Suwannee River systems but the Santa Fe is on the move! Might see more river intrusion at Ginnie in a few days.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent View Post
    Stopped at the Worthington Springs bridge an hour ago. River is up Five feet from yesterday. Right at flood stage now. Should have little to no effect on Suwannee River systems but the Santa Fe is on the move! Might see more river intrusion at Ginnie in a few days.
    The park in town is quite flooded indeed. Santa fe is the only one that has seen rise. However, the withlacoochee, there arent many stations between mile marker 103 and 62 (madison) to get a sense of the rise


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    LR was fantastic on Sunday. Even following two students in the mud tunnel!

    Ken Sallot

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    Quote Originally Posted by kensuf View Post
    LR was fantastic on Sunday. Even following two students in the mud tunnel!
    Wait, there is ANOTHER mud tunnel !?! I must visit!

    Dominick Gheesling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverhippi View Post
    Wait, there is ANOTHER mud tunnel !?! I must visit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverhippi View Post
    Wait, there is ANOTHER mud tunnel !?! I must visit!

    First marked jump on the left.

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