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Category Archives: Fresh MUD
Left to right: Amy Ailes, Kevin Ailes, D.W. Mack, Mary Beth Thar, Sir Larry Steelman Continue reading
Interested in Scuba Diving? Then you’ve come to the right place! Come join us every 3rd Tuesday (except December) for our Monthly MUD meeting. Looking for a dive? Check out our Calendar to see what’s on the schedule.
Tankful Tuesday Dive – June 23- Little Paw Paw Lake – Coloma, MI. 18:30 hrs (6:30 PM for others) – We met at the Public Access / boat launch. To get there from I-94, Exit at 39 and head east more »
Today’s dive was in Lake Michigan off the North Pier, Tiscornia Park, St, Joseph, Mi. This was the initial post of this dive: Tuesdays dive is slated to be on the North Pier off Tiscornia Beach “WEATHER PERMITTING” which mean more »
This weeks pickup TT day dive was at the DNR Launch on Lake Cora in Decatur, MI. Tankful Tuesday went great! 7 arrived/ 6 went out to dive. Brian & Simon came out a little early and did a boat more »
This years weekly dives were switched from Thirsty Thursdays to Tankful Tuesdays and began June 9th. We are getting in a late start this year due to COID concerns. With that said, this summers First Tankful Tuesday dive went well. more »
The Havana wreck buoy is up! Amy and Kevin Ailes were able to install the state approved buoy today without violating any CDC guidelines. They both wore masks for the entire dive. 😉 Visibility was up to 20 feet with more »
September 22, 2018: The 2018 Ecology Dive held at Riverview Park, Niles, Michigan was a huge success. It was sponsored by the Michigan U/W Divers (MUD) club and Wolfs Marine. There were two divers come from Detroit and one from more »
Well, the Michigan Underwater Divers (MUD) club could not have asked for better picnic weather than we had today! We hope that those who could not make it this year will be at the one next year. But with that more »
This Memorial Day weekend it was a hazy day off shore and this picture I took of the Friends Good Will reminds me of the days gone by and of wooden ships and iron men.