Laguna Shark Diving, 1/14

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by rodngun762, Jan 14, 2010.

  1. MAD2NA

    MAD2NA Newbie

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    Nice Chumbag !
     
  2. tclar2sh

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    Awesome..!
     
  3. Swarthy Dago

    Swarthy Dago Coredor de las olas

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    I was thinking of resin also. Go down to the board factories and get their scrap glass and chop it up, stuff it down the tubes little bit at a time, add the resin, it would be strong as hell. Lighter that the crete I would think. I bet you that if you put it on a trailer and do the work in the alley the factory would let you have the resin they dump on the floor too. I'd say 5 gallons of resin would cost around 130 $.
     
  4. RedRumz619

    RedRumz619 Newbie

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    Heard Harbor Freight Tools wants to stock shark cages and need a engineer. You should sell them your blueprints. They'll pay you with a lifetime supply of 10% off coupons and 1,000,000,000 pesos.
     
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  5. Ducttape

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    Holy smokes, thats badass man.
     
  6. Fin Fever

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    Is the OP still alive?
     
  7. rodngun762

    rodngun762 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    :D

    Thank you for the renewed interest everyone... the cage has not been in the water since August of last year, but I'm thinking of taking it out again soon. I heard there was a dead whale last week off Long Beach with some whites around it! :D Just kidding.... kind of.
     
  8. dploc

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    dont let these guys bust your balls .your rig is fine, just make sure you connect any long runs over a few feet for bending with T's. My friend has a real deal he takes to mex and they just bang against it. if you glued it all good your fine. even the whites out here wont be over 150lbs or so . Hit up newport outside the strip is your best bet.good luck
     
  9. truegrit1

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    Even the whites wont be over 150lbs!! Your smoke'n crack bro. Haaaaa.
     
  10. bigsnookied

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    Hats off to you on the successful adventure. I would be curious to know what your thoughts would have been if the landlord showed up? Pretty bold, cool, and Cousteu-esqe. I would recommend upgrading to some more ductile metal that will bend as opposed to breaking when the big one decides to take a bight of that crispy PVC. Looking forward to more posts from you on youtube or the next episode of when animals attack.:eyepoppin
     
  11. REPO

    REPO CHEETAH

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    THE CAGE WILL HOLD UP AGAINST FORCE AS LONG AS THE SHARK DOES NOT FLEX CAGE JUST ENOUGH TO LET THE SHARK INSIDE THE CAGE AND THEN CLOSES.LOL PICTURE THAT. HELL YOU CAN BORROW MY WIFE FOR THE NEXT TEST! YOU WILL NEVER ENJOY ALL THAT LIFE HAS TO OFFER WITHOUT TAKING CHANCES. ANYONE SCARED TO TRY THIS CAGE ARE JUST LIVING TO DIE! GOOD LUCK!
     
  12. fishstomp

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    Have you taken the cage out lately?
     
  13. WhyMe

    WhyMe Talk shit... Get hit :)

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    If he doesn't answer back to your question, I think we can all guess as to what happened.....
     
  14. rodngun762

    rodngun762 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    No, I was talking about it today with some friends but it's taking up a lot of space, I think I may sell it on BD classifieds or craigslist soon! Maybe one more trip in it, seems to be a lot of sharks around this year.

    ah ha!!
     
  15. WhyMe

    WhyMe Talk shit... Get hit :)

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    Thank god you are OK!!!! LOL
     
  16. c-goat

    c-goat HELL BENT FOR FEATHER

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    Blues are cool.
     
  17. Balluga

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    As holder of the US record for spearfishing on blues (9'2", 234 lbs. and, speared at point blank range as we charged each other), I see a couple of big problems...if a large blue, gw or muncher mako goes for you in the cage, it will fold and buckle inward due to the rope locations...once the fishes' head is inside the bars, it can only go forward....if that happens, you will be caught between the snapping jaws and the folded up cage....with the light flotation and cleats I see, a likely scenerio is the shark taking you and both ropes,cleats and the cage down and drowning you..probably safer outside the cage if a biggin' shows up...had a 16 1/2' gw almost get me at Catalina...nothing to mess with when they weigh 2800 lbs...
     
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  18. captslappy

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    Harbor freight sells shark cages now?
     
  19. nickstone

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    You should advertise trips in it on the casual encounters or misc romance section of craigslist.
     
  20. skcusyavlasnave

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    CHIEF'Y I SEE YOU BROUGHT YOUR RUBBERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     

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