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Old 02-14-2018, 11:14 PM   #8896
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STOLEN DIVE GEAR - DOWNTOWN SANTA BARBARA

My car window was broken a couple of weeks ago and some thieves stole some dive gear of mine, in addition to a few other things. Some of this gear is uniquely identifiable. The more notable dive gear items are listed below:




Blue-digital camo DiveR medium fins with 45/46 Omer Stingray footpockets

Black Akona mesh duffel bag – one of the clips for one of the shoulder straps was busted

Yazbeck carbone wetsuit jacket (black camo pattern)

Clear lens Riffe Nekton mask with black Cressi mask strap cover

Amber lens Riffe Nekton mask with black Cressi mask strap cover

Riffe stable snorkel (there is a tiny spec of tar on the purging valve)

Riffe Terminator knife with sheath

33’ white floatline with orange spectra ends

Rob Allen bait ball shore flasher, contained in a bright yellow capsule



There were not many of that particular pattern of DiveR fins sold in this country, so they should really stick out like a sore thumb. I only recall one or two other California divers owning that particular pattern. One of them lives in northern California.

If anyone sees or hears anything, it would be greatly appreciated if you could get in touch with me. I’m not going to stop looking for my stolen gear.

I can’t use my PM on this site, so please contact me via the following email address:

ajpdives@gmail.com

Thank you very much for taking the time to read this.

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Old 02-15-2018, 11:29 PM   #8897
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If you consider storm runoff "contaminated sludge" then yeah
Anything that causes a health warning I would consider contaminated. But I have some pretty big catfish thriving in my septic tank you are welcome to to harvest if that stuff doesn't bother you.
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Old 02-16-2018, 12:02 PM   #8898
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Anything that causes a health warning I would consider contaminated. But I have some pretty big catfish thriving in my septic tank you are welcome to to harvest if that stuff doesn't bother you.
So runoff from every winter storm under your definition is considered "toxic sludge".

I guess you'll never surf or dive again.

You got any good gear you won't be using any more? I need a 50-foot floatline and a Ron Allen 70cm. Help a brother out...
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Old 02-16-2018, 02:52 PM   #8899
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Dibs on any blue water gun after Errin gets his stuff.

Ps. Looks pretty dipable out there today. Considering giving her a go. Any recent reports?
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Old 03-06-2018, 08:57 PM   #8900
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Anybody outthere today?
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Old 03-12-2018, 09:57 AM   #8901
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Murky brown from Ventura all the way into town all weekend.
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Old 04-03-2018, 02:09 PM   #8902
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Meeting This Wed. Apr. 4 - Topic: Gone to Baja with Kyle Faust



Speaker: Kyle Faust, Omer America Product Manager
Topic: Baja Trips: Everything You Need to Know
When: Wed., Apr. 4th @ 7:30pm (Social Hour @ 6:30pm)
Where: Rusty's Pizza Parlor @ 111 State Street

If you have ever met Kyle Faust, you would have inevitably heard him talk about spearfishing trips to Baja. He is quite passionate about Baja, and he wants to share some of his knowledge with us.

Kyle will share his tips on gearing up for a Baja trip, the various parts of Baja, times of the year to go down there, finding guides, technique on Baja fish, and even moon cycles. Kyle is Omer America's Product Manager and will also be sharing a few new Omer products.

This is a meeting not to be missed.

All are welcome to attend our meetings. We hope to see you there!
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