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PRESENTATION OF A TROPICAL SPEARFISHER

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BHello, I am MAJCAAM, underwater hunter for 25 years in a tropical environment (South Pacific, Indian Ocean, Caribbean, Africa). Based in Dakar, we have a season with hot water (28 ° C) and a season with cool water (15C °). This allows us to come across many different species of fish. Amberjacks, Croakers, Tunas, Geant barracudas, 4 species of red snapper and groupers and many more! I film most of my releases and enjoy editing the videos I post on the You Tube channel: BOYS OF DAKAR / MAJCAAM. So I have experience and have been willing to share it. Kind regards to all of you.
 

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