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post #19546 of 40386 Old 08-25-2010, 01:48 PM
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My regulator in the shop for service, I should be getting it back tommorrow. Chelly and I are going to Catalina from the 6th to the 9th of Sept. After that I'd be open for some diving. Doesn't lobster season start towards the end of Sept?
I need to send one of my regs in and get one of my tanks hydro'd too.

Here's the info on lobster season.....

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Q. When does recreational lobster season start and end?

A. Recreational lobster season runs from the Saturday preceding the first Wednesday in October through the first Wednesday after the 15th of March. Here are the dates for the next two seasons:

* Saturday, October 3, 2009 through Wednesday, March 17, 2010
* Saturday, October 2, 2010 through Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Reference Section 29.90(a) T14, CCR.
Got that from the fish and game web site.
More info here........

California Department of Fish & Game, Marine Region, FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)


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post #19547 of 40386 Old 08-25-2010, 01:53 PM
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There's still plenty of time for others to get certified before then to join us for lobster diving. I'll take you out on a couple night dives to acclimate you. It's one thing to dive in the daylight, another to dive with a nice bright flashlight, but diving in total darkness with a red flashlight is a whole 'nuther animal.
Thrilling to catch live lobster in their own environment. I hunt with my bare hands but others use a net hoop or panty hose on a hawaiian sling. Seem's like that takes the sport out of it.
Moss point in Laguna Beach has lots of eel grass and it's easy pickings at night around 10pm to about 1am.

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There's still plenty of time for others to get certified before then to join us for lobster diving. I'll take you out on a couple night dives to acclimate you. It's one thing to dive in the daylight, another to dive with a nice bright flashlight, but diving in total darkness with a red flashlight is a whole 'nuther animal.
Thrilling to catch live lobster in their own environment. I hunt with my bare hands but others use a net hoop or panty hose on a hawaiian sling. Seem's like that takes the sport out of it.
Moss point in Laguna Beach has lots of eel grass and it's easy pickings at night around 10pm to about 1am.
where did you do your cert? I want to do it but have yet to get around to it.
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where did you do your cert? I want to do it but have yet to get around to it.
I got mine like a hundred years ago.
Sport Chalet has a two weekend open water certification for around $400 including all your gear and air rentals as well as the four ocean dives.
I'm taking my 12 year old daughter to get her cert next month after the big bear trip.
The course is super simple but very necessary so you don't do anything stupid and kill yourself, which is easy to do if you do not know WHAT to do and not do. Mostly common sense education and some physics.

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A freak storm rolled through Temecula today. The temp went from 103 to 80 degrees in less than thirty minutes. Lightning struck the ground and started a fire out around stage road.
The downdraft from the cell blew to the north and knocked a few big branches off the neighbor's trees.
It's still really cloudy. Better than the heat tho'.

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A freak storm rolled through Temecula today. The temp went from 103 to 80 degrees in less than thirty minutes. Lightning struck the ground and started a fire out around stage road.
The downdraft from the cell blew to the north and knocked a few big branches off the neighbor's trees.
It's still really cloudy. Better than the heat tho'.
welcome to all that "climate change" the hippies keep talking about.

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The JK is for sale BTW. price is negotiable. the steering box needs to be replaced ($380). i really just want to walk away from it and get something else at this point.

Lifted 2007 Jeep JK Wrangler, 35's, 513's, etc
Does that come with the rear home made custom fenders?

"I don?t have fenders for it but I have never had any issues in the over 2 years I've had it"
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Nice. We got this '98 GT in '99. Replaced blown plastic intake manifold and the tranny. Fun to drive.
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Reminds me of my Mustang:

Then:

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So ghost has a plug in his hole and opihi has a gaping hole, Do I need to worry about this hole at all? I just don't want to start her up and have something spewing out of it.
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Love the videos!

Bought a RC 2"BB today. Should be here Monday and installed that weekend.

Anyone have reservations for going with a 2" BB 1.25" BL/1"MML?

I found a few that did but they all had 33"s and I'll have to stick with my 31s.
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I was running 31s at stock height. Just installed 2" coil spacers (found on Craigslist for $25!) at all four corners and the 31s still fit nicely. They don't look undersized at all.

If you plan on putting 33s on then do the body lift, sure.

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Does that come with the rear home made custom fenders?

"I don?t have fenders for it but I have never had any issues in the over 2 years I've had it"
oh yea, i need to edit that...i just did a repost. LOL

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Reminds me of my Mustang:

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anybody going to the junk yard this weekend or next? i need to pick up a few things for the stang:
seatbelt, steering rack, ignition switch (less the key part) and a dashboard switch for the aircon...

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