Shark deterrents

oxooxo New Member
edited June 2013 in General Discussion
Speaking of taking a deep breath and slowly exhaling.... In the scuba world, it is well know that sharks (and fish in general) are averse to a diver's air bubbles, likely due to the noise that bubbles generate as they collide and merge.

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  • NiekNiek Member
    edited June 2013
    Interesting, but how to use it without creating a shark cage effect?
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  • bobswimsbobswims Charter Member
    How about a big circle made of plastic pipe with holes in it. It would completely surround the swimmer on all sides and air could be pumped into it. It could be color coordinated with the halo you're wearing around your neck with the warm water flowing out it
  • oxooxo New Member
    @bobswims - mind if I cross post that?
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