I find this cool small loggerhead turtle on a reef in Ft. Lauderdale and follow him around a bit. Ratings and comments are appreciated.
Spearfishing on the barrier reef in Belize. All fish were for human consumption.
Spearfishing out of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in May 2007. All fish were used for human consumption. There is no SCUBA in this video. Feel free to leave comments.
3 drops on the deck of the Wayne in Ft. Lauderdale. No shootable fish but some decent footage of a wreck in 70 feet of water. Feel free to leave comments.
Here's a better video, its of me swimming with a HUGE loggerhead turtle: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/473910/amazing_loggerhead_turtle_video/ This lobste was in 45 feet of water off of Ft. Lauderdale. Feel free to leave comments.
Freediving in Ft. Lauderdale in 45 feet of water. See a triggerfish and a small reef fish, but nothing worth spearing. Feel free to leave comments.
Spearfishing and lobster catching in Ft. Lauderdale. I only freedive, there is no SCUBA on this video. The turtle was over 4 feet long and was in about 55 feet of water, the fish were speared between 80 and 25 feet of water. Feel free to leave comments. You can see all of my videos in better quality here: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/473910/amazing_loggerhead_turt le_video/ ( more )
Davie and I spearfishing in 60 feet of water on a few reefs and then looking for lobsters. All fish/lobsters were for consumption only. Feel free to leave comments
I have an even better video, check it out at metacafe, I have lots of other videos there: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/473910/amazing_loggerhead_turt le_video/ The Hog Heaven shipwreck is in Ft. Lauderdale and sits in 65 feet of water.