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April 16, 1992 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A skin diver from Rancho Santa Margarita was presumed dead Wednesday after he failed to surface from a deep-water dive off La Paz in Baja California. Kent McIntyre, a 30-year-old chiropractor and the father of two, was on a four-day trip with three companions, all members of the Long Beach Neptunes. The Neptunes are world-class "free divers," spear fishermen who do not use scuba tanks but hunt with only a mask, fins, snorkels and spear guns.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 1992 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A skin diver from Rancho Santa Margarita was presumed dead Wednesday after he failed to surface from a deep-water dive off La Paz in Baja California. Kent McIntyre, a 30-year-old chiropractor and the father of two, was on a four-day trip with three companions, all members of the Long Beach Neptunes. The Neptunes are world-class "free divers," spear fishermen who do not use scuba tanks but hunt with only a mask, fins, snorkels and spear guns.
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August 8, 1990 | PETE THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Planning a trip to Baja California, to one of many locations noted for dorado fishing? No need. The acrobatic fish are as thick as can be right here in our own back yard. Since appearing in fair numbers off the Orange County coast a week ago, the colorful game fish so popular in Mexico have invaded Southern California waters. As an example, take Monday aboard the Thunderbird, a 65-foot sportfisher operating out of Davey's Locker. Captain Craig Jacobs departed from the landing Sunday night.
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November 8, 1995 | PETE THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harry Ingram said he will never forget the malevolent stare the great white shark gave him in the moments before the attack. "I'm looking around and I see the shark come up . . . and I'm looking at that right eye, that big black eye, getting closer," Ingram said the other night, during a meeting of the Long Beach Neptunes, a club of spear fishermen. "And I hollered, 'Shark!' and then, 'White shark!'
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