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Sevylor Dive Hunter

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A little off subject but pekka... pollack are good eating the single best piece of advice i can give is the bigger the better.. gut them immediately and get them out the water and keep chilled as soon as possible.. on the flat fish front i shoot them all the time.. around devon as well as cornwall.. here in the uk the best time for them is now till early summer, and ive shot them everywhere from silty harbours to clear bays.. oh and just for the record 20m vis does happen in the uk.. just not often! and try shooting a bass in that vis.. its a mission! If you wanna know some more details email me on joesafish@hotmail.com
Now I have tryed the Dive Hunter.

Last weekend i was in the cold Danish water again. Just about 2 degres C. But not that bad afterall. Nice to get back where we belong again...

I was in the water for about 1 hour, not looking for fish, just to get back in shape, and to try the Dive Hunter.

The Dive Hunter was just what i expected it to be - Light to carry above water, and easy to swim with. When swimming on it I could reach a speed, that i never have reched before (swimming).

The weather was quite good that day, so I cant tell you how it behaves in windy conditions....

Have a nice hunt.........