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Wetsuit Care & Maintenance

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Wetsuit care and maintenance is vital in making your wetsuit last for years. Here's some tips that should help you be aware of potential problems that could arise.   How to put on, take off and maintain your wetsuit.   Wetsuit Troubleshooting ISSUES  REASONS PREVENTIONS Small tears on the inside of the wetsuit Pulling or digging fingertips into the neoprene on the inside of the wetsuit Not using enough wetsuit wash when lubricating and donning open cell wetsuits Only pulling on nylon lined part of the wetsuit Use more wetsuit wash to lubricate wetsuit  Push cuffs over hands and ankles,...

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Cheap & Fast Way To Make Throw Flashers (Crack Pipes)

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Quick and easy way to make your own throw flashers out of PVC pipe also known as "Crack Pipes." PVC Pipe: https://amzn.to/3jNgOYQ PVC Pipe Cutter: https://amzn.to/33Q812V Flasher Vinyl: https://amzn.to/30QBBDb

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Fast & Easy Way To Tie Sabiki Bottom Fishing Rigs

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Preparation leads to success & being time efficient is a bonus. This is how I tie my Sabiki bottom fishing rigs. The term Sabiki is a Japanese word meaning “bait-catching rig” or “to catch bait fish.” I've used this type of set up to catch anything from Menpachi, Nabeta, Moana Kali, Kumu, Munu, Akule, Opelu and much more. It's fast and effective. I am open to everybody else style of tying rigs and always looking for ways to improve and learn.

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How To Change & Tune Your Speargun Shaft Flopper

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After bending my shaft KAP Speargun Shaft on a 42.7lb Giant Trevally or Ulua (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uep6E...) as we call it in Hawai'i, I had to order a new shaft. Normally when you buy a new speargun shaft the flopper is already installed on the bottom of the shaft but from as long as I can remember I always shot my spearguns with a flopper on the top. It's just preference and what I'm used to I guess. I feel like I land more fish this way. Every time I buy a new shaft I always flip the flopper and this is...

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The Ulua Wetsuit

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The Giant Trevally, also known as Ulua in Hawai'i, is the king of the reef. One of the fiercest predators and the most prized sought after fish by both fisherman and spear fisherman. Nesting in caves with their dark skin and scales, you catch hints of silver as the orange sun shines down on its battle scars which is what we have captured in this wetsuit. Here's the newest suit in action: PRE ORDER TODAY  in 1.5MM, 3.5MM & 5MM

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