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Thanks Sharkey!!!!Very little benefit from camo. Spearfishing wetsuits should be warmer & more comfortable than surfing suits but the camo is just to help catch the cash from our wallet, not fish. I dont care if I am wearing, blue, black, camo, or colours. I wouldnt intentionally wear white or silver wet suit if burleying up for tuna in areas with large sharks, but I like some white on the top of the head or back of shoulders if diving with others in deep or dirty water. I usually wear a white silicone wieght belt & this is usually enough to let the others spot me if I am diving in pairs.
Thanks mate, that all makes perfect sense. Looks like I'm going to have to crack open the piggy bank and get a good wettieSomeone at the dive shop told me camo doesn't really matter and that he uses an all black suit. He also said it's bright colors hed stay away from bc it attracts sharks. I wanted the all red yazbek suit but not after he said that lol. As you get better, the more you go with your friends, the more you post pictures of your catch, the more you grow to love the lifestyle, your definitely going to consider a wetsuit for spearfishing lol
Lol no problem bro. Spearfishing gear is pricey but the thing I like about it is, once you get all the gear, your set for a while. When I was into fishing I hated how much money it cost to go each trip.Thanks mate, that all makes perfect sense. Looks like I'm going to have to crack open the piggy bank and get a good wettie