OC Spearos First Annual Catalina Lobster Mixer


C A T A L I N A  L O B S T E R  M I X E R




Registered Divers

First Name Last Name
Brain Asahi
Clayton Beaver
Robb Bradshaw
Jeremy Caulkins
Dinah Childress
darren cinco
Cameron Eib
Brendan Friend
Freddie Garcia
Ryan Gardner
Nicholas Gazdak
Aaron Gire
Patrick Glass
Fernado Goot
James Heidenreich
Erick Jensen
William Lansang
Adam Lovell
Adrian Lozano
john manus
Dario Martinez
Darvil McBride
Myrran McKeen
Andres Miramontes
Colin Murphy
Joshua Nelson
Will Padiernos
Lauren Renteria
Kris Rigas
Erick Rios
Mario Salgado
Joseph Shin
William Steinriede
Brad Thompson
Virginia Ying

December 8-10 we will be holding a Campout at the Two Harbors Campground. The trip will be limited to the first 50 Club Members that sign up. You will need to do your best to partner up and share tents.  We will not have room for 50 tents so sharing is important.

If you plan on bringing your family you will need to rent a separate site.

We have rented sites 2.3.4. and 6.  Right on the bluff overlooking the water.   You will not need to register for the trip if you will not be sleeping in our camp.  If you are bringing your own family you should try and get close to us if you can.  If you are bringing a boat and plan on sleeping on it register anyway so we can get a good count on who is going.  Boat sleepers are not a part of the 50 person limit.

Sorry but no unaccompanied minors on this trip, you must have a parent or guardian to accompany you are under 18 years old.

This will be December so prepare to be cold.  Bring warm/waterproof clothing and tents that can handle rain.  Even if it does not rain it will be very wet every morning.  It will likely be windy also.  Once you’re in the water you will be as warm as you ever are.  We suggest a 7mm wetsuit that time of year with booties and gloves.  Plan like you are doing a Nor Cal trip.

YOUR COST:               $24.00 per person.

This covers firewood and personal campground fees. OC Spearos will cover the rest.



Friday, December 8  Arrive at Two Harbors, Catalina Island.

(A majority of members will be taking  the Catalina Express out of San Pedro to Two Harbors, with a brief stop at Avalon.  If you choose to take alternate transportation, please plan your arrival time before 9 PM to make camp at a respectable hour and enjoy the campfire.)

Friday Evening – Dive for Lobster and Fish

Saturday, December 9th

6A  Breakfast

7A  Dive

12-2P  Lunch Prep ‘Lobster and fish!”

7-10  Dinner & campfire

Sunday, December 10th

7A Breakfast, break camp, travel home




  1. Waterproof tent, stakes, tarp, fly
  2. Sleeping bag rated to 32° F
  3. Sleeping pad & pillow
  4. Flashlight/lantern/headlamp
  5. First aid kit
  6. Warm clothes (think layers)
  7. Rain jacket, windbreaker
  8. Camp chair
  9. Filet knife & sharpener
  10. Kitchen shears
  11. Filet bags
  12. Ice
  13. Cooler
  14. Food, beverages
  15. Mess Kit
  16. Mosquito Repellent
  17. Hat, Sunglasses, UV protection
  18. Toiletries and quarters for showers

Frequently Asked Catalina Camp Questions

What do you recommend I bring with me when camping?

We recommend bringing whatever camping supplies you personally need, anything from tents, stoves, lanterns, sleeping bags with pads, though these items can also be rented.

Are there showers at the campground?

Two Harbors, Little Harbor and Black Jack all have outdoor cold water showers. Parsons Landing is a Primitive campground and has no running water.

Do you have equipment rentals?

Yes. The rangers keep a supply of four-man tents, sleeping bags with pads, two burner propane stoves and propane lanterns.

How big are the lockers?

The locker sizes vary slightly, but the approximate size is 1 ft wide by 2 ½ ft deep.

How far is it from Two Harbors campground to the village?

Approximately ¼ mile along a footpath.

Can you have open fires?

Campfires are allowed in the designated fire rings only. Each campsite has a fire ring. There are two fire rings in the Two Harbors village as well.

Can you drink alcohol at the campgrounds?

Only if you are 21 or older.

Is there electricity at the campgrounds?

None of the campgrounds have electricity.


Swim at your own risk. No lifeguards are on duty.

Gathering Wood

Gathering wood or plants, or in any way removing or defacing any natural or manmade feature is prohibited.


Pets are not allowed in campgrounds.

Camping Reservations

Please call 877-778-1487 for camping reservations.


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