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This season, thus far, has been adventuresome, but the older sodas & torpedoes I seek have, as yet, remained elusive. Nonetheless, my u/w scooter has taken me to places I've never
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seen, in my quest for new hunting grounds. This underwater wandering is addictive! Yesterday, I was rewarded with a nice old black glass bottle, probably tossed into the river about 120 years ago by a log driver. Imagining who last held a find and what their life was like never gets old!
 

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This season, thus far, has been adventuresome, but the older sodas & torpedoes I seek have, as yet, remained elusive. Nonetheless, my u/w scooter has taken me to places I've neverView attachment 226793 seen, in my quest for new hunting grounds. This underwater wandering is addictive! Yesterday, I was rewarded with a nice old black glass bottle, probably tossed into the river about 120 years ago by a log driver. Imagining who last held a find and what their life was like never gets old!

the older soda's are elusive , of the ones I've pulled out of the lakes here in recent years not many would be pre 20's . I'm sure there is still some out there hiding down there
 

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This season, thus far, has been adventuresome, but the older sodas & torpedoes I seek have, as yet, remained elusive. Nonetheless, my u/w scooter has taken me to places I've neverView attachment 226793 seen, in my quest for new hunting grounds. This underwater wandering is addictive! Yesterday, I was rewarded with a nice old black glass bottle, probably tossed into the river about 120 years ago by a log driver. Imagining who last held a find and what their life was like never gets old!
I would never want to come up. Of course i would eventually. I have to bring the up bottles i found. Underwater scooter sounds like a total blast. Cool finds too!
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I would never want to come up. Of course i would eventually. I have to bring the up bottles i found. Underwater scooter sounds like a total blast. Cool finds too!
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I finally went swimming yesterday , been warm here for a while but I just hadn't made it in yet

only found 1 bottle a 51 coca cola hobbleskirt

did see 1 small turtle , maybe a painted turtle it swam away from me after I jumped off the dock , I could see it underwater
 

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Robby. Water temp is 67 at the Jersey shore! Dive on in man.
 

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This season, thus far, has been adventuresome, but the older sodas & torpedoes I seek have, as yet, remained elusive. Nonetheless, my u/w scooter has taken me to places I've neverView attachment 226793 seen, in my quest for new hunting grounds. This underwater wandering is addictive! Yesterday, I was rewarded with a nice old black glass bottle, probably tossed into the river about 120 years ago by a log driver. Imagining who last held a find and what their life was like never gets old!
There is a nice CD 143 DWIGHT PATTERN and a CD 152 HEMINGRAY with sharp drip points. The DWIGHT is Canadian, the HEMI is American. Both are about 100 years old. Thanks for the post.
 

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