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Question Beginning in NE Florida

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Hey everyone! I’m a 23 year old from NE Florida who is looking at getting into spearfishing and maybe a little bit of free diving. I just started working on O2 tables with the stamina app in preparation for when I can finally get back in the water and I’m already pretty stoked to get under water.

What would y’all recommend for the absolute beginner in free diving and spear fishing? Stuff you wish you had known when you started? Any tips specific for NE Florida St.Aug/Jax area? Also advice for O2 Co2 tables would be great!

I read French and Italian too if you have any resources.

Thanks!
 
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