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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 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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Dave Williams, Fishing, Spearfishing, Video -

This weeks blog features Dave Williams, also know as @dupiodiver on Instagram as he shares his passion for jet ski fishing and diving! Stay tuned for more fishing and spearfishing action off his Jet Ski & don't forget to give him a follow on Instagram: @dupiodiver & Subscribe to his Youtube Channel.   How I got into Jet Ski fishing..... I was pretty much only a diver until I bought my ski.  I always Loved fishing but just never had much luck with it back when I had a boat. About a month before I actually purchase my Jetski friend of...

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Spearfishing, Video -

The crew decided to dive out on the East Side of Oahu in hopes for some clean water and a lot of fish. The weather projected to be good, but that morning the winds had already picked up. Luckily we brought the poles because all the inside shallower spots were very murky. We went into deeper grounds where Ryan ran into a Ulua Slob and I sobbed as a 60+ Ono swims away from me. Enjoy!  

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