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Spearfishing Advice Part 4: Less Ego and More Fun

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Attitude and Appreciation Richard ‘Snoek’ Leonard: “Have a whole lot of fun, man. The ocean is such a beautiful place, it’s a magical place, you know? Try to keep the awe factor, the stoke. No matter how many times you’ve been to that same crack in the reef, no matter how many times you’ve dived along that same gully. Keep …

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Spearfishing Advice Part 2: Conditions and Awareness

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Wisdom with Diving Conditions Doug Peterson: “… if you’re someone new just starting out, you (should) probably try and just go out when the ocean is perfect, flat calm seas, the best visibility you can find, and try not to really push your boundaries there, you want to try and start off in the easiest conditions you can find.” My experience: Making …

Spearfishing Advice Part 1: Essential Equipment Tips

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Here’s a great article written by Noob Spearo Podcast host, Isaac Daly! Becoming better at spearfishing is a desire many of us share and just like everything else in life, getting better is about learning new information and then applying that new knowledge. This article contains distilled advice and wisdom from some fantastic spearo’s from all over the world. After each quote I  have …

Diver Lost at Sea: The Full Story

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A note from Adreno: On June 1, 2015 Steven Saylor went missing while spearfishing off Pilbara in Western Australia. Thanks to Steven for sharing the below story so that others may learn from his experience. We’re happy to be gearing Steven up with an ADRENO float and high-vis float rope and hope he never has to go through something like …

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“He could have bled out, we nearly lost him”

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WARNING: GRAPHICS PICTURES. Adreno has received this news story from a Yeppoon, Queensland customer. They have asked that names not be included. We have posted before about the dangers associated with spearing Barracuda, but we hope these pictures and the experience of these spearos over the weekend prevents further similar incidences from occurring. We advise that divers DO NOT spear …

Caring For Your Catch

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There is no point going out spearfishing quality fresh fish for dinner if you are not going to care for, and respect, it in a way that will make sure it tastes the best it can when it reaches your plate. Follow these few guidelines to ensure that your catch is always the best: Bleed/gill your fish Bleeding your fish …

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BIG 5 SPECIES PROFILE: Mulloway

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Mulloway average from  6 to 20kgs with occasional specimens reaching 35kgs or more. They are silvery or bronze in appearance with a row of opalescent spots running along the lateral line which light up when viewed from certain angles. They live in water ranging from a few meters deep to very deep. They usually congregate in deepwater in wrecks, offshore …

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Weight Harness vs Weight Belt?

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We have noticed an increase in customers buying weight harnesses as opposed to weight belts lately, and it has sparked some discussion on which of the two are better. While both of them will assist in counteracting buoyancy of our equipment, especially our wetsuit, they do have some individual features. Let’s look at some of the features of a weight …