Do you log every dive?

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asked Jul 9, 2018 in Scuba Diving by Cvet (3,369 points)
I started diving in the early 60s didn't log dive one until I moved to California. Then I kept loging until it went into the thousands, then I stopped again.

6 Answers

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answered Jul 10, 2018 by jlandry81 (170 points)
selected Jul 11, 2018 by Cvet
Best answer
I do, I really enjoy going back and looking at the species of marine life I found on each dive. I have even started documenting in Caribbean Fish ID books.  It is a nice to do as a family after each dive.
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answered Jul 10, 2018 by cquade7 (3,269 points)
I usually do, I really like to look back and see what I saw and how long I was down certain depths, just to try and better my next dive.
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answered Jul 10, 2018 by Davidb (1,816 points)
When I was younger I did not, as I was too busy trying to cover every reef I could find. It’s unfortunate as I would really like to go back and recount my memories. Today, I absolutely do!
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answered Jul 13, 2018 by frontbeast (2,220 points)
Yes, every single one. I like the info when i look back
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answered Jul 16, 2018 by NinjaShark (3,775 points)
yes, it is the best way to remember them all! :) and it really comes in handy when it has been a while and you can't remember how much weight you use on a particular type of dive.
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answered Jul 29, 2018 by Scubachuck (1,093 points)
No, I’ve been diving since 1966.
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