HALIFAX (CBS) – Dive teams have suspended their search Saturday at a Halifax lake where a man never resurfaced after his kayak overturned while fishing.

The search will resume Sunday at 8 a.m., according to the Halifax Fire Twitter account.

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Friends say the 26-year-old man knows how to swim, but was not wearing a flotation device when his kayak flipped Friday afternoon at Silver Lake.

At least 28 divers from 11 different communities search the lake for hours before calling the search off Friday.

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Divers search for man who fell out of kayak in Silver Lake in Halifax (WBZ-TV)

Divers search for man who fell out of kayak in Silver Lake in Halifax (WBZ-TV)

Rescuers have not released the name of the missing man.

On Saturday morning, dive teams returned to Silver Lake to continue searching for the man.

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Divers are searching in about 40 feet of water, though visibility becomes difficult at 30 feet.