The story of Spearfishing Greater Amberjack and the one that got away. Depth: 53ft. Time: 1.43 minutes. Fish: Greater AmberJack. Tool: Keller Polespear. Hard work should be rewarded, but…. While diving in the 50ft zone, I ended up in a school of Amberjack. Instead of shooting one, I just enjoyed
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Among the most common Frequently Asked Question involves kids spearfishing trips. “What is the minimum age to join your spearfishing trips?” The answer can be found on our FAQs: “No minimum and maximum age. You have to be able to swim and listen to directions.“ Let me explain. First,
Acapulco. Pacific side of Mexico. Famous for its cliff jumping, the movie stars and its nightlife. Not too famous for its spearfishing I would say. But that does not mean spearfishing is not good.
Mother nature is so fascinating. Every corner of this earth looks, feels and smells different.
A couple of months ago we received an enthusiastic e-mail from Karl Keller, claiming he made a pole spear for big fish. Oh really? Insiders know that in 2013 I decided to leave spearguns home. I myself spearfish using a Pole Spear. I love, simply love to hunt with
Without a doubt, by now everybody knows that here in the Caribbean we have Lion Fish. A fish that was not here 10 years ago. We hunt them. Our guide Diego, a biologist, loves to talk about them for hours and hours and hours, jeje. Let me copy some
Anibal here from Cozumel. How are you? Spearfishing and freediving are serious activities. Dangerous? Can be… If you don’t know what you are doing and if you do not control yourself. This week I went out with Craig. He went out with us before and we had a fantastic
In Cozumel, the local name for Ocean triggerfish is “Escochin”. The pronunciation: [ASS–KO-TJEEN]. My Cozumel friends used to call me “Esco”. Because of me shooting a Triggerfish a day for dinner. That name changed fortunately, jeje. Though my love for Triggerfish stayed. Among experienced spearos that is almost like