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So. California Glacd/pcc Dive Competions

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BananaMan

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Rene Rojas as the competitive chairman representing the Greater Los Angeles
Council of Diving
has sent me this important information for the upcoming Spearfishing
Competitions.

Rene Rojas Wrote:

> Dear competitors:
>
> I have the pleasure of inviting you to participate in the 2004 Competitive
> Season for GLACD.
> I mentioned to some of you earlier that I was thinking seriously of trying
> to make our competitive system from an individual system into a buddy team
> one in which two divers dive together with the main feature of having no
> more than one diver UW at a time to improve the safety of the divers.
> There
> has been long discussions on the pro and the cons of the system but so far
> nobody has come up with a working solution. For now we may want to just
> dive as a buddy team in a volunteer way still counting the individual
> points.
> In the past there has been talks of reducing the number of dives from 4 to
> just 3. For different reasons we will have just 3 dives scheduled this
> season. If there is consensus that we should have the 4th dive it will be
> easy to just schedule one more dive.
>
> Dive schedule:
>
> Date Event
> Site
>
> Sept. 19 GLACD first dive Point Dume
> *Sept. 25 Charlie Sturgill Pole Spear Meet Palos verdes area
> *Oct. 9 Pacific Coast Championship Cambria
> Oct. 16 GLACD second dive Reef Point
> Nov 20 GLACD third dive Leo Carrillo
>
> Total number of fish allowed is 15, one fish per especie. Minim, size for
> Calico Bass is 14 in. and 18 in for sheephead. every thing else is 12 in,
> unless especified diff. by F&G regulations.
> The meets are kayak/paddle board based, start at 8:30 am with half an hour
> travel time. Diving start at 9;00 am and ends at 2:00 pm with another 1/2
> an hour traveling time. Competitors shoulb be In front of the stagging
> area
> at 2:30 pm.
> Entry fee is $10.00 per meet.
> The Nationals next year are going to take place inland. The place is Table
> Rock Lake, Missouri.
> The World Championship is taking place this year in Iquique, Chile. The
> Team is already preparing to spent four weeks scouting and training in
> Iquique, to be ready for the event. Nov 10 to 14.
>
> Dive well, dive safe.
>
> Rene L. Rojas
> Competitive Chairman
>
> * This are not GLACD dives but we strongly recommend participation.
 
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