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spearing for tuna

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heebes

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hello all. i was wonder what kind of setups that one should use when pursuing tuna (yellowfin)? what kind of gun/float setup do you all use? thanks alot.
 

Shadowkiller

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Check out Terry Maas's book "Bluewater Hunting and Freediving".
In it are heaps of tips on gear, techniques and safety. Its pretty much the bluewater bible so every spearo should have one!
 

SASpearo

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Tunny

Heebes,

I normally use a bungee setup when hunting tunny. I've written an article on making your own bungee floatline, it will be posted on DB soon.
Check this link out in the meantime ....My rig

Have fun !
 
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