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Cold water spearfishing NJ/NYC

MartinK

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Hey everyone! Just checking to see if anyone goes cold water spearfishing in the long island/NJ area this time of year? I'm going to start doing it but would like to have a buddy or some tips. Thanks
 

Mr. X

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Hi Martin, there are other forum members in your area. Have a search around the forum and I'm sure you'll find some ;)
 

stefpix

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Hey everyone! Just checking to see if anyone goes cold water spearfishing in the long island/NJ area this time of year? I'm going to start doing it but would like to have a buddy or some tips. Thanks
There is no fish unless you can dive more than 30 meters. Fish goes to deep water or goes south. Maybe you will see spider crabs this time of the year. The water has to warm to 50F/10C to see fish.
 
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