Where The River Meets The Sea!
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Where The River Meets The Sea!

Discussion in 'Underwater Forum.' started by Christopher Takahashi, Jan 26, 2020.

  1. Christopher Takahashi

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    SPYDRO Invades The Brackish Zone Between Fresh & Salt Water!

    Recently i found a fresh water stream that forms a pond before entering the ocean. Estuary areas like this have low visibility but are often teaming with life. I watched 2 Jack Trevallies travel upstream passing several Tilapias. So i went down to where it emptied itself into an ocean bay & casted my Spydro out.

    On the surface i couldn't tell what was going on roughly 60yds out in 4-6ft of water. But there was life all over. I really love editing these footages after a day of filming. Over 2hrs of motion sensor activated 30sec clips to go through. Often i'm up till midnight deciding which clips to discard. In this video i kept only 8min of +2hr of underwater footage.

     

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