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Spearfishing Tips

The Most Important One.  Never Go Diving Alone!

Before going diving, carefully inspect your gear. Never place the value of gear over human life.

Be cautious when diving new sites and find out information about the place you will be diving, especially the Tides.
 
Keep within visual proximity to your diving partner so that you can give immediate assistance should it be needed.

Know where other divers are, in relation to the line of fire of your loaded speargun.

Relax and become a part of the body of water in which you are diving.

Scan your hunting area with your eyes carefully before moving your head so as to not spook the fish.

Dive within your realistic limits.

Fully recover your breathing between all descents.

Expect the worse case scenario and have a pre-executed plan in how to deal with it.

Know and obey the laws of the area in which you are spearfishing.

 

Spearfishing is a dangerous sport.
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