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I Found Τhe Point of the Massive Dentex And Tried To Catch One!

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Spearfishing Life

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Mar 12, 2019
Τhe fish around the island are always coming from the very deep, having their impressive blue camo as a proof!

Thick fish that hunt in the blue, way up above the rocks!

During their attacks, taking advantage of their blue camo, they decrease their size while having a distorted outline and you can hardly tell, where the fish ends and the blue backround begins!

Spots with Dentex way over 10kg, that make the fish of 6-7kg next to them, look like Sargus...that have been haunting my dreams for a few years!!!

At the point of the massive Dentex, two fish will eventually swim close enough and the shot will be taken at the fish on the right!

Do you think that the fish on the left was bigger though or am i wrong???

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