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Mid length fins

Rob still dives

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Most of our spearfishing close to shore is usually within 30 feet. I've owned all sorts of fins going back to my 1st real fins in 69. (Yellow Rondines) I have some Rondine Garas but, quick manuvering about rocks and piers etc is awhward. I usually leave the scuba at home for this hunting and I would like a powerful enough all around swimmer in a medium length

Does anyone have experience with the Beuchat Mudial one 50 fins? I have had a hard time finding a review or any well rounded opinions from owners
 

Brochman

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I have two pairs of Beuchat Mundial one 50 fins, one pair I use with a 5mm neoprene sock and fin retainers for when i am cleaning hulls of boats and diving in shallower water wether it be for Lobster,crab or spearing Flatties and a larger size pair for doing similar through the colder months with a 7mm neoprene sock. Even by looking at reviews on Dive inn there is nothing bad said about them for there performance and price.
 
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