Pelagic Spear Fishing TIPS & TRICKS (WAHOO CATCH & CLEAN in The Florida Keys)
Today we head back out to the deep sunken shipwrecks to continue hunting for the torpedo-like fish called Wahoo! I share my tips and tricks for spearfishing these incredibly delicious pelagic fish. I hope you enjoy coming along with me on my fishing adventures and would love if you would subscribe! Subscribe here! - https://bit.ly/3HrfjuO
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Pathos Laser Carbon Speargun. I’m currently using the 120 as my deep reef and bluewater gun.
Pathos Laser Open Carbon Speargun. I like the 110 cm as a shallow water all around reef gun.
Pathos Laser Open Aluminum Speargun. Great quality entry level gun that I often let beginners use.
SpearPro Dyneema Gloves. I am a huge fan of Dyneema gloves and these are simply the best.
PoloSub 3.5 mm Open Cell Wetsuit. Comfort is everything in the ocean and I haven't found anything better than PoloSub wetsuits.
Garmin Descent M1 Freedive Watch.
Spearpro Banshee Blades
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GoPro HERO9 Black
GoPro HERO8 Black
Spearfishing is the most sustainable and ethical form of fishing. Fish speared while freedive spearfishing using a speargun, polespear or Hawaiian sling are fish, lobsters and other oceanic delicacies that have already reached maturity and have had a chance to breed. When commercial fishing nets are stripping our ocean's fish supply, freedive spearfishing is sustainable fishing that allows for the renewal of fish populations. Spearfishing, while freediving or scuba diving to hunt for seafood, are some of the most dangerous lifestyles. Spearfishing and freediving are more than hobbies, they are a way of life for many.