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Besides coming home with the freshest sea food medley the planet can offer, one of the best things about spearfishing is exploring the beautiful coastline of the UK.

However all too often we get comfortable with our local hunting spots and forget the amazing aspect of ocean exploration; instead opting to stick to what we know and burying that sense of adventure we once embraced so much. This area on spearfishing.co.uk is aimed at rekindling that sense of adventure and exploration by sharing those amazing spots with other spearos. While we’re not looking to expose all our cherished secret spots, it’s important that we encourage fellow spearos to keep that fire alive!

This is also aimed at new spearos who need some safe places to get started while they find their feet.

Help your community! We are always looking to add new places to help out new spearos and pros alike. So get involved, write up a location and send it through to support the sport and help it grow.

Spearfishing hotspots

Spearfishing abroad for free!

The Ultimate Guide to Flying for Free through Avios Points: A Spearfisher’s Strategy (99% of what you need to know in under 600 words-ish) As a passionate spearfisher and traveller, you can combine your love for underwater adventures with a tactical spending strategy.Β  You can fly for free using Avios points and it’s far easier … Read more

Spearfishing in Cornwall

Cornwall is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful coastlines of the UK and an amazing place to explore and spearfish. The North coast is typically more for surfing while the sheltered south coast is perfect for chasing the bass.Β  The underwater reefs of Cornwall are very kelpy. While this makes hole hunting very difficult because … Read more

Spearfishing in Swanpool

The stomping ground for many of us at the shop — this is another touristy beach that has produced some good Pollock, Mullet, Bass, Flatties on the sand and even the occasional Cuttlefish. You can gain entry from the beach or there is overgrown path you can take via walking up past the restaurant. If … Read more