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SpearFishing

Spearfishing is a method of fishing that has been used throughout the world for many centuries. Ancient Spearfishermen used sharpen sticks thrown primarily from shore. As snorkel and diving gear technology advanced, fishermen began to hunt fish in their own territory. Because of the dramatic advantage that SCUBA allows, many fishermen frown at its use when spearfishing. In some areas, it is illegal, as is using a pneumatic spearguns.
Contribute Last edited by Justin on 06/18/06


Shore Diving

When you enter the water from a beach to spearfish, you are shore diving. Typically done in areas that do not have large waves.
Contribute Last edited by Justin on 06/19/06


Boat Diving

Boats & kayaks can be used to access off shore reefs or ocean structure for spearfishing. In the Gulf of Florida cobia and grouper are hunted and caught around oil rigs.
Contribute Last edited by Justin on 06/19/06


Blue Water Hunting

Considered the elite method of spearfishing, Blue Water Hunting is done far offshore and can involve drifting. The boat will drop several divers, let them drift with the current for several miles, and later pick them and their catch back up.
Contribute Last edited by Justin on 06/19/06



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