Spearfishing in low visibility water is less than ideal, but it can be done and it makes for great practice. Here’s how to do it
Seasickness while freediving & spearfishing is quite common in some conditions. Here’s how to prevent it happening, and to cope with it when it does.
The Japanese technique of ikejime is a more humane way to kill your catch, and it improves its taste and shelf life, and eliminates “fishiness”.
Killing animals definitely raises some thorny ethics questions. Here’s why I believe that spearfishing is ethical, humane, and environmentally sound
Spearfishing is a dangerous sport, but with the proper knowledge and techniques, you can drastically minimize the risk. Done correctly, spearfishing in most situations can be done quite safely.
Most beginner spearos will have to decide if they should get a reel gun, or use a float line. Here’s the difference between the two, the pros and cons of each, and the best option for most people.
A guide to all the basic parts and functions of a band-powered speargun, including the easily-misunderstood shooting line and how it keeps the spear on the gun and lets spearos land big fish