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Has anyone published a "Wachter" type book for Lake Ontario, especially the southern shore between Sodus and Niagara?



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Yes, Check out Cris Kohl's book "The Great Lake Divers Guide" http://www.seawolfcommunications.com/id18.html

Also CLICK on the Shipwreckworld WRECK FINDER at the top of the page. All the wrecks in Lake Ontario, St Lawrence River, Lake Champlain, and Lake George that are known dive sites are listed with locations. Unfortunately, there are not many recreational dive sites off the southern shore of Lake Ontario. The most of the wrecks are in much deeper water +300 ft.

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