Monthly Archives: October 2012

Only 5 more days ’til the weekend

Hoping you had a great diving weekend from your friends at California Fine Diving Advertisements

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Deco Stop – Firestone Brewery

Not a lot of folks venture out from the central coast to enjoy what I believe to be is some of the most underrated diving to be had in our great state. From Gaviota north up to Monterey, there are … Continue reading

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Neptune’s Net will haul you in

When you’re out diving Deer Creek in southern Ventura county, you often get the feeling you’ve gotten pretty much away from it all, and for the most part you have. A fairly isolated and almost completely undeveloped dive spot, save … Continue reading

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Post-Dive Refreshment – Ballast Point Yellowtail Pale Ale

I know it may be hard to believe but divers have been known to drink a beer or two post-dive and we at CFD thought we would like to help make your choice of beers less guesswork and more “yes”-work. … Continue reading

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The long arm of the Department of Fish and Wildlife

It’s lobster season again so it’s inevitable that some divers will think the laws don’t apply to them. This article hopefully will give them something to think about. 20-plus anglers accused of poaching lobsters, other violations article at the LA … Continue reading

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If you can’t grab ’em, nab ’em … at Santa Monica Seafood

With the 2012-13 lobster season a little more than 3 weeks old, California Scuba divers have had a good shot at getting a bug to boil, bake, or bbq. Hopefully you’ve all gotten a few but not every hunt ends … Continue reading

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Sustainable Crispy-Skin Coho Salmon from Seafood Watch

In continued celebration of National Seafood month, here’s  a  new tasty and sustainable  recipe from our friends at Seafood Watch. What more could you ask for? It’s a lot of good things in one delicious dish. It can also be … Continue reading

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