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Over the years I’ve lost to the sea, everything from cell phones to coffee pots. Usually it's just a hat, it sucks when you lose a 10 HP kicker motor...I'm just saying
- Ok, I live on Lake Champlain and we get a lot of stupid people here. Everyone kept getting snagged in this one spot so I decided to dive down and retrieve all their lures (about time I got new gear), but instead I got something a bit better. I found a snowmobile. I tied a rope to it and winched it so it was just under the surface, then headed home. I returned the snowmobile since I have no use for it and got a $2,000 reward.
- Here's some of what I've found in the water:
An old rusty "mushroom" type anchor with all the original vinyl coating worn or corroded off. Tried to sell it to my next door neighbor as an artifact by telling him it was proof that the Vikings were the first Europeans to arrive here in New Mexico. He said he didn't think the Vikings would have left a length of nylon cord attached to it.
A spare tire and wheel that fit my boat trailer floating in Elephant Butte Lake in New Mexico.
A human skeleton once at Lake Novillo, Sonora, Mexico. Almost certainly a Mexican Indian burial uncovered by rising and falling water levels.
- I have found too many anchors to count all over the state of Florida. My favorite was an 80 pound SS Plow style that I got big bucks for. I have also found sunglasses, fishing rods and reels, dive knives, over a hundred pounds of lead, a snowmobile in an alpine lake in Idaho, a sail boat, a canoe, a run about, a motorcycle, an old old Corvette, 3 beers (Heineken Light), all sorts of tools, lights, masks, snorkels, fins, an engagement ring (returned), and even a Rolex (also returned). I even found two lost divers once in Bonaire. It is far, far better to find than to lose.
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