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Hydrocache is distinct from an underwater cache.
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Hydrocache is distinct from an [[underwater cache]].
  
 
Hydros do not need to be under water but merely are on water/require a vessel to reach.
 
Hydros do not need to be under water but merely are on water/require a vessel to reach.
  
An example of a hydrocache would be an ammo box concealed on a small island in the middle of a river or lake.  A cache-hunter would merely use a kayak, canoe, or jet-ski (or other type of watercraft) to reach the cache.
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An example of a hydrocache would be an [[ammo can]] concealed on a small island in the middle of a river or lake.  A cache-hunter would merely use a kayak, canoe, or jet-ski (or other type of watercraft) to reach the cache.
  
 
As always, make sure the cache is sealed when you're through to avoid moisture from getting inside.
 
As always, make sure the cache is sealed when you're through to avoid moisture from getting inside.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 06:05, 15 July 2008

Hydrocache is distinct from an underwater cache.

Hydros do not need to be under water but merely are on water/require a vessel to reach.

An example of a hydrocache would be an ammo can concealed on a small island in the middle of a river or lake. A cache-hunter would merely use a kayak, canoe, or jet-ski (or other type of watercraft) to reach the cache.

As always, make sure the cache is sealed when you're through to avoid moisture from getting inside.


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