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Topic: Spearfishing from a kayak: Safety tips for all levels  (Read 1063 times)

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Excellent information here from a great diver and super cool guy, our very own LiveAlohaKris!

https://www.redtrianglespearfishing.com/blogs/news/spearfishing-from-a-kayak-safety-tips-for-all-levels

Here's some random fish porn from Kris to get you fired up to get out there on your yak!!

https://instagram.com/p/BPB_xgiAfkF/

https://instagram.com/p/BGxuKRSpnCS/

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GREAT fish, but that guy needs to show a little more enthusiasm. He looks so dead pan.  :smt044 :smt044 :smt044
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GREAT fish, but that guy needs to show a little more enthusiasm. He looks so dead pan.  :smt044 :smt044 :smt044
That's funny.  I saw the same enthusiastic expression when you found your first scallop. 
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Kris is badass a very laid back and patient instructor.

Highly recommend his class  :smt023


GREAT fish, but that guy needs to show a little more enthusiasm. He looks so dead pan.  :smt044 :smt044 :smt044
That's funny.  I saw the same enthusiastic expression when you found your first scallop.

Right before he hurled  :puke:  :smt044
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Can you pan the pics around a little better so I can get an idea of where that is ?   :smt005  :smt044
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Thanks for the post and links Jim.
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impressive thanks for the share :smt001


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Started spearfishing from a kayak recently.  How do you secure the kayak to keep it form drifting away?  Kelp? anchor?  Kelp isn't always available.  Didn't see anything mentioning that.

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Take a kelp clip and an anchor just in case no kelp is around to clip to.
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