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Great pic, Shaca! Nice color contrast, good looking fish (and spearo!) as well as interesting background. Can you tell us something more about the hunt and the fish? This also applies to the other photos. I've never seen a Monkfish, and don't know anything about it, which would make the pic more interesting. Thank you for posting these pics :)
 
It was late March and the water was still quite cold. My buddy had seen the fish the day before so when we approached the area and I realised the baitfish were uneasy I knew that it would be hunting. I dove down behind a big rock and swam up its side slowly ending on top. I lay there motionless. In the distance, swimming midwater, I saw a brown shape appear. At first I though it was a plastic bag but eventually I realised what it was. I could not hold my breath much longer so I stretched outmy a
 

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