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Winter diving is here!!

Winter diving is here!!

To say that the weather has been bad over the last 2 months would be an understatement!! This time of year, the weather is very hit and miss but this last patch of weather was ridiculous. In saying that, if the Spearfishing was as good as we got on the weekend, then it was definitely worth the wait…. We have had a lot of rain this past month along with 20-25 knot winds so when there is a break in the weather we make the most of it!...

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Bluewater Chartering on the Great Barrier Reef!!

Bluewater Chartering on the Great Barrier Reef!!

We have decided to up the ante a little to get as many people involved with this competition as we can, both in Australia and Internationally. Great Barrier Reef Bluewater Charters is offering as the major prize of the “BIG 5” competition, a PRIVATE Bluewater Spearfishing Charter for the winner, with a personal guide and videographer to film the whole thing so all you have to do is shoot fish! We will also throw in a custom made...

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BIG MAHI MAHI Speared In New Caledonia

BIG MAHI MAHI Speared In New Caledonia

Hi everybody ! New caledonia spearfisher, always in the starting block, we speared a huge mahi mahi in December 2010, from New Caledonia West Coast. its weight : 65 Lbs = 28.2 Kgs)” More, we had chance to approach a ” whale shark”. It was a big suprise for us and a incredible encountering yes, there’s a long time ago, but it’s always a pleasure to share our passion about spearfishing and Dive to others...

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Spearfishing Packages – Mexico

Spearfishing Packages – Mexico

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Diver Report:Punta Mita

Diver Report:Punta Mita

Pictures say a thousand words Spearfishing Punta Mita smashing it up in Mexico...

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Diver Report:Florida

Diver Report:Florida

Amber Jack Location: Florida Gulf Coast (Bayport to Naples) Visibility: (2 sections near shore and offshore) Well it looks like the typical summer algae blooms and rain water run-off has finally caught up to us. Visibility inside 80ft has been somewhat hazy over the last week. Although its still plenty shootable, it isnt the nice top to bottom visibility weve gotten used to over the last month or so. Offshore waters past 90ft have...

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Dive Report:Texas

Keith Love Location: Surfside, TX Outlook for spearing in this region for the coming week: With Low winds this time of year, there are many people at a lot of the rigs so there is more competition so the fish can be a little shy. Keep your dive flags up high and have your captain keep watch as there are 5+ boats flying around many of the rigs without a clue. Visibility: Offshore the vis is 50-100ft crystal clear bleater inshore we have a...

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Dive Report:Freedive Fiji

Dive Report:Freedive Fiji

Freedive Fiji Location: Fiji Islands Outlook for spearing in this region for the coming week: As we expected the water has cooled to a comfortable 24-26 degrees around Fiji bringing plenty of good size Wahoo and sails along with large schools of bait fish. With the season in full swing now and a group of some great divers coming over in the first weeks of July, the months focus will be on chasing records and keeping the grey suits at...

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Dive Report:Rob Murphy

Dive Report:Rob Murphy

Rob Murphy Southeast Florida report Hello fellow spearbloggers. Happy Father’s day to all the fathers out there! Its so cool to see the reports starting to come in from all over the world. I am really enjoying reading them. Here’s a quick one from me, as we are working on preparing an epic Father’s Day feast! We dove Wednesday out of Palm Beach. The water was super warm, clear and blue, with a brisk current. When the water...

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Dive Report:Nolan Sadorf

Dive Report:Nolan Sadorf

?? African Pompano SPEARBLOG SPEARFISHING Forecast Nolan Sadorf Location: Florida Gulf Coast (Bayport to Naples) Visibility: (2 sections near shore and offshore) Visibility is as good as it gets near shore right now. Typically during the summer months, algae blooms and plankton take over the warm shallow waters and visibility is limited however that has not been the case so far this summer. Waters out to 50ft have had stellar visibility...

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