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  • Ocean Beach Safety

    You know the story of Steve Irwin, his chest was cut open by a sting rays fishing hook like tail. Although this was not the cause of death the tail also split Steves heart in half.

    Safety Rules.
    Be sure that while you head farhter out in to the water causiously i hope scan the sea bed for an unusual shap if you do happen to see a shape back off slowly. If you panic the sting ray if that shape was a sting ray will atack. So be very causious and do NOT PANIC. The sting ray does only atack if thretened. If you do get even the littlest poke from the ray no matter what go to the nearest medical sourse because sting rays also have a toxin the unleash that can be lethal. Remember be safe no matter were you are!!!

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    Re: Ocean Beach Safety

    Originally posted by AleinBEEN View Post
    You know the story of Steve Irwin, his chest was cut open by a sting rays fishing hook like tail. Although this was not the cause of death the tail also split Steves heart in half.

    Safety Rules.
    Be sure that while you head farhter out in to the water causiously i hope scan the sea bed for an unusual shap if you do happen to see a shape back off slowly. If you panic the sting ray if that shape was a sting ray will atack. So be very causious and do NOT PANIC. The sting ray does only atack if thretened. If you do get even the littlest poke from the ray no matter what go to the nearest medical sourse because sting rays also have a toxin the unleash that can be lethal. Remember be safe no matter were you are!!!
    Not many sting rays i SoCal- the worst I've ever seen is a sand shark...

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      Re: Ocean Beach Safety

      Remember that the ocean isn't yours.

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        Re: Ocean Beach Safety

        I have dove off the coast at whites point (I think) la joola, san diego, and the channel ilsands. let me tell you our ocean (so. cal.)is boring as can be. I saw two seals, a guitar fish, alot of girbaldis and on the night dive a crab and a lobster. Nothing scary. The scariest thing was getting stuck in kelp on the night dive.

        During the beach dives we just shuffle in. I have seen rays twice, bith times by a pier in kind of shallow water.

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        • #5
          Re: Ocean Beach Safety

          There is a stretch of Seal Beach that I believe is called "Stingray Beach". I guess that's where they like to hang out. Just keep shuffling those feet!
          A signature should go here.

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            Re: Ocean Beach Safety

            Ocean Beach Safety tip # 1 -

            Do not add jellyfish to a peanut butter sammich.
            To Boldly Go Where No MiceChatter Has Gone Before!

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            • #7
              Re: Ocean Beach Safety

              lol thats funny about the jelly fish

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