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Squid Diver

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Aloha to all!

Just registered and excited about this site. I am 41 years old I have been three pronging all my life here in the islands (Kailua boy). I luv squid and my kumu's. I have my 5 year old son and 3 year old girl in the water. I am a 4 generation three pronger and have been amazed by all these great free divers spear fishing Tuna.

I have never used a gun and always have been somewhat reluctant or maybe just not ready to break tradition with my three prong. I have decided to break tradition and need to know how to take that next step. How do these divers do it? Any suggestions? Videos? Who to contact? How does a three pronger learn hunting skills in the deep blue? I want to learn asap!

Mahalo for your kokua (help)!

Squid
 
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