How to Practice Spearfishing

Hi to all in this guide we will discuss how to practice your spearfishing. We release during various stages steps of this guide various techniques and tricks very interesting regarding the spearfishing. Need to know who your spearfishing is one of the hardest and most difficult peaches that there may be. You are passionate about fishing and want to feel like that diving in apnea? Note that it is a fascinating experience, but not to be taken lightly. Let’s move on now with the beginning of the Guide, with the initial step that is perhaps one of the most important among all the other steps to figure out the best way possible all help text.

We begin immediately with this guide, a tip is to read very carefully from the very beginning this guide and if you don’t understand everything try to reread what there was all clear. Before you try this out, you should train your breath. Running, cycling, cardio can be a good way to get more prepared for the dive. But the ideal is to attend a free diving course (try in a diving school).
So if you feel ready to “dip”, then get the right tools. The spearfishing needs: Speargun, wetsuit, fins, ballast (belt, vest, ankle), mask with aerator and boa segnasub. You will find them in special shops specializing in the sale of accessories for scuba diving and sport fishing.

Coming to techniques, the best known are “ambush”, “fishing”, “look at the fishing hole fishing”, “fishing and behave” (combination of the topbbacolleges) and “fishing in fall.”
The “fishing by lurking” can be made at the surface or at depth, remaining silent in order to surprise their prey (recommended medium rifle).
The “fishing” is in hiding at the bottom of the sea and wait for the fish approaches intrigued off for a chance to eat. We often use emit “bullets” to attract prey. Preferable medium-long rifles.
The “fishing hole” is the one in which you explore every corner in search of prey and refugees in their “dens”.

Approcciandovi to spearfishing, facades well attention to the legislation in force. Let’s see some rules. It is prohibited to fish at night and less than 500 metres from the beaches used for bathers and less than 100 metres from stationary fishing ships at anchor and networks. As well as in the vicinity of exit and entrance of vessels from the ports and protected areas. It is not permitted the temporary use of auxiliary equipment of breathing and also the use of the rifle is banned under 16 years.
We have reached the end of this guide that covers the spearfishing.

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