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Shallow Winter Spearfishing - A Trip Down South

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Spearfishing Life

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The search for Seabass at new areas is a soul-crushing process.
It is certain that one failure will come after the other but that's what eventually makes success even sweeter!
Along with George, we head down south at the Argolic Gulf in search for new spots and passages of the highly anticipated Seabass!
Shallow winter spearfishing in crystal clear waters.
Clear enough to see the Seabass coming to you head on from dozen meters away!

Enjoy!

 
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arca_tern

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Loved the video!
A couple quick questions: why the white homey? I’ve not seen someone wear one spearfishing before.
I’d love to know more about your gear setup (watch, wetsuit, fins, gun).
Thank!
 
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