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Throwback Thursday – Lobster Opener is September 30

  Just a reminder that lobster season opens on September 30th. There are some changes in the regulations this year so check them out at the offical DFW site. License and report cards are still needed so don’t wait until  … Continue reading

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TBT – Perch Piling on Public Transportation in Santa Monica Bay

An early attempt in the science of creating artificial reefs for Throwback Thursday. Here’s a shot from out in Santa Monica Bay from the late 1950’s showing an abundance of Pile Perch on one of the many artificial reefs created … Continue reading

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Fish Friday – lets get back to school!

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TBT – North Santa Monica Bay/ Malibu during the 1980’s

Earlier this year the California diving community lost a true original as Max Von Klein passed away after a short illness. A NAUI and LA County Underwater Instructor, Max was also the master volunteer at the Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber. He … Continue reading

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I hope to be a “Giant” Sea Bass one day

A quick picture of juvenile GSB currently living the sweet life in Santa Monica at The Heal the Bay Aquarium under the pier.  Stop by and check out the baby bass and all the other great exhibits in this tiny … Continue reading

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Happy World Oceans Day 2017! Our Oceans, Our Future.

In a time when the future of the worlds oceans is more unsure than at any point in history, we have this day to think about what it really means to have healthy oceans and what it takes to keep … Continue reading

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TBT – What to do with decommissioned Oil Rigs In California?

On April 17th, Venoco oil announced that they would be ceasing operations on platform Holly, which lies about 2 miles offshore of UCSB in the Santa Barbara Channel.  Because the rig is in California state waters, the California State Lands … Continue reading

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