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Technical Spearfishing Technical Scuba diving is generally defined as going deeper than 130 feet. You must have the proper training for this extreme aspect of spearfishing.

View Poll Results: How deep do you actually spearfish?
<120' 209 71.82%
120'-200' on air or nitrox 68 23.37%
120'-200' on He mix 6 2.06%
200'+ on air or nitrox 10 3.44%
200'+ on He mix 12 4.12%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 291. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 04-23-2015, 01:42 AM   #21
Daniel Koval
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Re: Poll:How deep do you actually spearfish?

Lol I believe you guys would enjoy Spearfishing while freediving more than doing it on tanks and yes I know that is my own opinion. Now I lived off being a commericial spear fisherman freediving in Hawaii for two years and was living out of van trying to get my business off the ground I managed. If you can help shed some light as I have never speared fish on scuba and not as a tech diver however I did go to a marine diving school so I am a little familiar. What is the thrill about shooting fish on tanks 200ft down when the fish have never seen A diver before and since your so noisy down there the fish aren't scared of you either and you shoot them in the head?. Now I am not trying to be a D*** but seriously what's it all about. I do have huge respects for tech divers and they have helped me out quite a few times.

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