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Old 03-29-2018, 04:46 PM   #1486
Jakeup
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Re: California Spearos Bartering Thread

I have a brand new 130 CM OMER Kanaloa Speargun that my brother bought, he said it was just barely too big for him to comfortably load so I figured I would help him get rid of it. It hasn't touched water yet and he got a good deal on it.

He's open to selling ($140) or trading for something slightly smaller 120 cm or perhaps even a 90.
Also, looking for a new dive mask, lobster gear for next season, or even kayak +cash.

Let me know!
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Old 03-30-2018, 12:00 PM   #1487
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Re: California Spearos Bartering Thread

Selling a set of Mako fiberglass fins in size 12 with medium blades. I ended up liking my other set of fins better. About 5 dives on them with very light scratches in a few places but overall very good condition. Green camo pattern. Located in Clairemont area, San Diego.

$120 OBO.

thanks, matt

https://sandiego.craigslist.org/csd/...547313593.html
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Old 04-02-2018, 06:36 PM   #1488
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Re: California Spearos Bartering Thread

I know a couple of you guys keep shorter fins on hand for rough shore dives / shallow bug diving, so I thought I'd offer this up. I have a single Cressi Reaction Pro (10-11) in black that one of you can have if you're willing to pick it up (SF Bay Area). I bought these a few years ago and used them for traveling, shore dives when the surf was up, or any time I was landing on rocks and didn't want to wreck my carbons. When I took them out to dive the other day I realized I'd cracked one of the blades just past the toe box. Not totally sure how it happened, but that fin's toast and I don't plan on buying a second pair any time soon. The remaining fin is in great condition and would make for a solid back-up fin. If you want it, lmk and it's yours. If no one snags it I'll trash it in a few weeks.
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