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Rob still dives

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Hello from theTexas Gulf coast!
Our freedive spearfishing along our shore is typically within one atmosphere with good hunting about rocks and piers etc. I need quick mobility, acceleration when needed and reasonable surface swimming.
I am hoping to hear experiences with medium length spearfishing fins of different brands. I weight 215 lbs, 62 yo and reasonably good physical condition.
With reviews I've managed to find, there has been little mention of Beuchat Mudial one 50. Some good about Cressi Pro Stars except for someone posting comments and photo of a bad crease in the blade under the ball of foot area. Wish I knew if he stood up on the fin tip with too much weight or if this happens with normal use because the pro Star looks like a great fin. I wonder if the Seac Talent is to light for my size..
 
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