Sunday, May 20, 2007

200-pound black sea bass shot and killed off La Jolla

May 18, 2007

SEAN M. HAFFEY / Union-Tribune
Lifeguards David Rains (left) and Brian Ferguson removed the spear from the giant black sea bass.
A spear fisherman was arrested yesterday after a 200-pound giant black sea bass, a protected species, was shot and killed.

The sea bass may have been well-known to local swimmers in La Jolla, authorities said. "People know that fish," said San Diego lifeguard Erik Jones. "He hangs out at 'A' buoy and has been a friend to many swimmers."

Omid Adhami, 34, faces two misdemeanor charges of unlawfully fishing in a reserve and possession of a protected species. If convicted, he faces up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine for each offense, said state Department of Fish and Game warden Erik Fleet.


Sweet-N-Low said...

How sad,,, :(

tuff totems said...

Nutrasweet, life is not easy, Prepare for the worst.

Game Warden said...

What do you think Colby thinks about this?

Sweet-N-Low said...

Hey tuff,

I bet you just have all the girls after you. Let me ask you something.

Were you born without a heart or did it take your whole life of being a d*#k to chase it away?

Now I feel better...


Jimbo Kern said...

We need to kill them to thin out their numbers.

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