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Old 07-22-2019, 09:59 AM   #16
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Re: friendly reminder, don't be a kook!

Originally Posted by Mana'squal View Post
Not just a kook, you're a hazard. I had someone almost run my float over saturday and i was well within what i consider a safe distance from the jetty. where he almost hit my float i would have been diving and i might have died.

**** those morons on boats with no awareness. Most dangerous thing in the water.
2 July 4ths ago same thing happened to me. I have a big float and flag. Heard this idiot coming in as i reached the bottom so I just stayed put on the bottom and waited until I heard the engine getting more distant. I was in 25 feet of water and the ocean was completely flat so there was no reason he did not see the flag flying high. When I returned to surface, I was right in his wake. Stupid asshole must have purposely came close to my flag to see what was floating. Clearly had no idea what a dive flag looks like or the rules regarding it. Too many morons out there driving boats.
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