Ouch!

Discussion in 'Spear Fishing Reports' started by fishstomp, Aug 22, 2019.

  1. fishstomp

    fishstomp Picaroon

    Location:
    ɐsn ɐɔ 'pןǝıɟsɹǝʞɐq
    Name:
    Doug
    Boat:
    18' Seaswirl
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    That’s gotta hurt.......

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  2. mezr 2ice

    mezr 2ice Member

    Location:
    Fallbrook, CA
    Name:
    Adam
    Boat:
    26 Twin Vee Express
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    WTF! I would hate to be his dive partner!
     
  3. gved823

    gved823 Member

    Location:
    Lakewood
    Name:
    Gary
    Boat:
    Sold
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    WTF! Makes my skin crawl. Very lucky to survive
     
  4. fintastic

    fintastic Fintastick

    Location:
    tustin
    Name:
    mike bauer
    Boat:
    25 topaz fintastic
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  5. slydawg

    slydawg Always wishin' I was fishin'

    Location:
    Alta Loma/Huntington
    Name:
    Billy
    Boat:
    WWW - 25’ Proline
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    Too bad it’s not Halloween. He could dress up as a cowboy. All joking aside,o_O
     
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  6. Long Beach Bob

    Long Beach Bob Member

    Location:
    Long Beach and points due west
    Name:
    Bob Ballew
    Boat:
    2520 Parker with twin 200 Yamahas
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    good one!....my guns have no safety to over rely on...the diver is always the safety on my boat....of course, we don't know the full story....with any injury that might be near an artery, it is better to not remove a shaft until at a facility where the bleeding can be immediately stopped after removal or blood is spurting and removal would allow you to put pressure over an artery to prevent total bleedout...I carry bolt cutters on board to cut off fishng hooks and steel cable on guns or shark fishing setups...
     
  7. marlyn

    marlyn I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    oak hills
    Name:
    mark
    Boat:
    21' skiff and 12' portabote recycled from milk jugs
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    Nice headshot!
     
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