Just curious. What is a 3 prong paralyzer tip used for? I used one once and almost every fish I shot got right off and swam away. Didnt do much paralyzing at all. was i doing somethin wrong??
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you guys must be shooting some small fish. less than 12".we leave those alone here.most fish are illegal at that size anyway. i guarantee you are not bringing home a very good percentage of what you are shooting. not as good as someone with a gun. this might seem more "sporting" to you . but what about all the ones who get away? i dont like when injured fish swim off to die under a rock somewhere. what kind of fish dont thrash around at all after you shoot them ??EVER?
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This guy is a top class spearo and uses a trident head as seen on the gun behind him to capture fish such as this double figure bass and bigger.
tell that to manny puig
Just on the wounding fish comments. I hate doing it as well. I know guys who spear fish for sport (not kidding) and will shoot fish they don't intend to eat. I never do this EVER. But as for wounding a fish really haunting someone. In the end, they are fish. They live in nature, live and die, eat and get eaten, etc... Obviously doing it intentionally is wrong, but in the end they go back into the food chain. Wounding one fish may provide food for a number of others. So I don't understand why it is considered to be so bad. In the end you were going to kill the fish anyway. All that actually happened was you provided a meal to someone else rather than yourself.