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Old     (wakeboardern1)      Join Date: Aug 2007       06-22-2012, 3:05 PM Reply   
So today, in all of my brilliance, I left my new Sumo pump hanging over the side of the boat as I took off from my dock. And it took an unfortunate dip into the drink. I'm about 90 percent sure of where it is, but the water is anywhere from 27 to 35 feet deep in the area.

I'm wondering if any of you have experience with diving for something like this at that depth without scuba gear. Any recommendations or something? I need to get down there asap before algae builds up and it vanishes in the silt. I used to dive for lost stuff for my neighbors all the time, and I've found a pair of glasses for them, but it was always significantly shallower.

Or should I just give up and accept that my idiocy has resulted in a 100 dollar loss? Also, later on, a bird pooped on my head while I was rebuilding our porch... So today has been great.

 
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