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March 12th is Diver Day at the Aquarium of the Pacific

You like looking at fish and don’t really feel like getting wet and then having to clean your gear? If so, then today is the day for you. Bring your c-card and your singular sense of looking at fish and … Continue reading

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Scuba Divers are saving Palos Verdes and they need your help

As divers, we take for granted sometimes that there are people out there trying to protect the ocean for us. We assume that when there is a major issue or event like the BP oil spill in the Gulf of … Continue reading

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A New Year’s Dive Report —- The Ocean is Closed!

Despite how happy these throwback Los Angeles County Instructors look, most divers are bummed to be on the beach for at least the first few weeks of the New Year. When it does open up, remember to be safe and … Continue reading

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It’s Lobster Season ….again. Some simple rules to followish.

Hi Kids. It’s lobster time again here in the southern California bight and with divers massing to make their first jump at midnight(and last at God knows when), let’s take a minute to think before we stride. I’ve put together … Continue reading

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It’s Coastal Clean-up Day 2015!

The folks from Dive N’ Surf and Heal the Bay were out early cleaning above and below at King Harbor in Redondo Beach. Get out and join in the fun.

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About a Boy and his Goby

It’s kind of hard these days to not to notice that California is in year 4 of severe drought. Lawns are getting browner, reservoirs are getting shallower, and my wife still isn’t buying my failure to wash her car as … Continue reading

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It’s World Oceans Day. Hug a Garibaldi.

It’s World Ocean Day and time to think about something that gives us all so much pleasure. It’s also time to think of what you can do to help protect our oceans. Below are groups working in the state of … Continue reading

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