Camo wetsuit

See our full range of camo spearfishing wetsuits here.  Ultra warm and ultra durable with effective hunting pattern schemes to break up your profile in the UK and abroad. Will camouflage improve your hunting and how does it work?  There is ...

Blue water spearfishing – the gear

Welcome to the land of giants; hunting bigger fish requires bigger guns. The guns range from 140 – 160cm. Some people opt for 130 which is the best ‘in-betweener’ for both reef an blue water however you’ll find it a bit short.

Big game spearfishing – techniques

Whether you’re spearfishing in the UK or abroad, stepping up from hunting reefs to targeting pelagic big game giants in the deep blue is an enormous leap and must not be taken lightly. Blue water spearfishing is done away from the shallows in ...

Spearfishing reefs

You want to be hunting on, in and around reefs.  These are rocky or kelpy areas that normally hug the coast and extend out to the open ocean.  Go on google maps and check out satellite images, they are all really clear and easy to spot.  Look ...

Spearfishing visibility

If you can see more than 3 odd metres then you have the right to get excited!  The UK is not famous for its crystal clear visibility – however, when it comes, make the most of it because it’s amazing.  Normally you will have 2 – 5 metres ...

Shot placement

Shot placement is easy to figure out.  First of all you want to mentally cut the fish in half sideways – the top half, above the lateral line, is the tasty tough flesh.  The bottom half is just soft belly meat and while you can land a fish ...

Basic free diving – breathe up and equalisation

In an insanely brief summary, freediving is the art of swimming downwards through water with a single lungful of air.  At the core of every good spearo is a good freediver.  Even if you don’t want to hunt, freediving is an amazing sport and a ...

Surface spearfishing

To be fair this isn’t really spearfishing as the sport would define itself – however, all spearos have caught fish this way so it deserves a mention, plus it’s a great way to get accustomed to being in the ocean.  So you want to be fairly ...

Ambush spearfishing

This is by far the most popular form of spearfishing.  Relax, breathe up and descend to the sea floor.  Now the type of terrain will determine the type of spot you are looking for.  Assuming you are hunting kelp covered reef which is most ...

Hole hunting

Hole hunting is what separates the advanced spearos from the intermediates and shows in the size and volume of their catches.  It’s a far more active form of hunting over the passive ambush techniques, can be rather acrobatic and benefits ...