Tao Hoogland State Record Cobia
Spearing Magazine » Spearfishing
by Spearing
3y ago
After months of planning and the setbacks of Covid-19 we finally got the opportunity to travel north to the mid west coast of Australia. We arrived in Denham a few days earlier with impeccable weather which allowed us to scout new and unknown dive areas to us, with the prospect of targeting large and elusive species known to the area.  For the first few days the ocean was glassy but the diving didn’t live up to our expectations with poor visibility, strong current and mediocre size fish. On this particular day we’d just gotten out of the water at our first dive spot as I noticed a large o ..read more
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De Los Pistelerio – Jake Ramey Tuna Gun
Spearing Magazine » Spearfishing
by Spearing
4y ago
By Jake Ramey 65-inch teak Ramey Customs Tuna Gun 11/32” Shaft – necked down to 5/16” with Mori slip tip Enclosed hybrid (wood and composite) track Band slot to accommodate four 5/8” power bands Two sets of muzzle ferrules for the option to ramp up to six 5/8” bands It wasn’t until about a month, before I was slated to leave for Panama, that I was able to talk myself into building dedicated tuna guns. Most custom builders will tell you that 30 days is not nearly enough time to complete a build, let alone cure the blank properly, but I was going to give it a shot anyway. I actually had a stash ..read more
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The Snub
Spearing Magazine » Spearfishing
by Spearing
4y ago
There comes a time in every man’s life where he needs to drop his need to be the best. Drop his competitive nature, let go of his pride, step aside, and let the next generation shine. And I think I more than proved in my “Changing of the Guard” article that I know when that time is. I think you will find that I prove it again with this story. So here goes. On the last morning of our “friendly” DVH tournament a few years back, my pal Alex Reynaud strode calmly down the beach at sunrise though the other thirteen competitors to ask Dam Nguyen where he was headed for the final day of the tournamen ..read more
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New Spearfishing Products – Spearing Magazine V12.1
Spearing Magazine » Spearfishing
by Spearing
4y ago
BRINY www.briny.com CLOAK RashGuard Introducing a new species of camouflage, the Briny Cloak waterman’s rashguard. This rashguard features an ultra comfortable micro neo-flex fabric with cooling properties. The unique Cloak camouflage is inspired from years of studying how marine species blend into the environment through atmospheric perspective. Pair with the matching Cloak dive pants for a versatile two-piece tropical dive or surf suit. FEATURES: Made in the USA Neo-Flex 4 Way Stretch Micro Fabric Moisture Wicking Cooling Properties UPF + 50 UV Protection Cloak Camouflage Anti-Stain ..read more
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De Los Pistelerio – Gill Gun
Spearing Magazine » Spearfishing
by Spearing
4y ago
Words by Chris Okamoto The surest way to start a fight with a group of spearos is to step into a crowded room and ask them, “hey what’s the best speargun?” If you should be brave enough to ask that then as soon as the last word leaves your lips you probably want to dive for cover while covering your genitals (and any other susceptible area that is prone to injury by your peers) as no one will agree on this. For sure there are special guns for special situations.  I love my Mori 65” enclosed teak for big wary yellowtail.  80 cm Rabitech pipe gun for halibut.  55” Wong carbon hybrid for shore di ..read more
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Letter to The Editor
Spearing Magazine » Spearfishing
by Spearing
4y ago
Words by Chris Chaput Alright my faithful handful. Have I written that before? Probably but even Hemingway repeated himself. That’s a true fact I just made up. And that’s a line I plagiarized from Daniel Tosh. Wow, off to a good start. But, here we go anyway. This issue I wanted to give you a little behind the scenes look at the emails that are sent to Jeromy Gamble, the owner of Spearing Magazine and my world class editor (and sister) Nicole Chaput, when I finish an installment of “With A Grain of Salt Water”. I’m guessing you’ll start to pick up on a few themes here, but just in case you ar ..read more
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F*cking Slip-Tips
Spearing Magazine » Spearfishing
by Spearing
4y ago
It’s strange, the things we latch onto. Hockey. That’s the sport I latched onto. Normally not the sport of a typical born and raised California boy. But in my defence (yes that’s the Canadian spelling for defense) I was born in Seattle. And although I only lived there for five minutes before I moved to Cali and I didn’t start watching hockey until I was in my mid-twenties, that’s what I latched on to. And boy, what a great thing to latch onto. But we’re not here to talk about hockey. We’re here to talk about slip-tips. I just need a hockey analogy to describe slip-tips and here it is. I once h ..read more
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Spearing Magazine Interview with Koah Spearguns’ Own John Ippolito
Spearing Magazine » Spearfishing
by Spearing
4y ago
The post Spearing Magazine Interview with Koah Spearguns’ Own John Ippolito appeared first on Spearing Magazine ..read more
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10 years Where did time go?!?!?!?!
Spearing Magazine » Spearfishing
by Spearing
4y ago
That’s right, the previous issue marked the ten year anniversary of Spearing Magazine being delivered to your door and distributed worldwide to Subscribe To Our Newsletter Join our mailing list to receive the latest news & updates from Dilan Design. SUBSCRIBE! You have Successfully Subscribed! spearfishermen. WOW. From our humble beginnings in 2008 we have strived to bring you the ..read more
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Blindsided
Spearing Magazine » Spearfishing
by Spearing
4y ago
by Al Martinez Unexpected summer thunderstorms burdened our crossing, but we figured it out and after four hours, arrived to Port Lucaya. We did a little BBQ with the boys and went to bed early, ready for Saturday morning to come. Saturday started out great; everyone was shooting big fish and by midday we had several big grouper, mutton and hog snapper on the boat. Any experienced captain and diver stays aware of the tides and water temperature. Around noon, I noticed the tide had switched to outgoing; I told the boys to be aware. The tide had changed and I knew that big sharks would come in ..read more
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