Scuba Diving with Prehistoric Fish in Montana
Like most people who find themselves casually flipping through the channels on TV, you may find yourself landing on the Discovery channel and caught in a trance. No matter what the show is about, it is probably so fascinating that you can't take your eyes off of it. Take Shark Week for example. There are people who plan their vacations around Shark Week so that they don't miss a minute. I think it is because we are fascinated by things we don't understand or that are bizarre. Not to mention it is cool seeing footage of a giant fish attack seals and steel cages.
Well, you don't have to go to the ocean to scuba dive with giant fish. Simply strap on your dive gear and take a swim in Fort Peck Reservoir.
According to Wikipedia, Fort Peck has
a volume of 18,700,000 acre feet (23.1 km3) when full, Fort Peck is the fifth largest artificial lake in the United States. It extends 134 miles (216 km) through central Montana, and its twisting, inlet-studded shoreline has a total length of some 1,520 miles (2,450 km).
It is also home to many species of fish. Including pike, walleye, chinook salmon and the prehistoric relic, the sturgeon.
According to Wikipedia
Watch as a scuba diver recently went deep to swim with sturgeon on the bottom of Fort Peck.