Spearfishing

Here at DeeperBlue.com we are advocates of the sport of sustainable Spearfishing. If you want to learn more about Spearfishing read our comprehensive articles and news below.

Cayman fish bites off more than he can chew

From the Caymanian Compass: A local Caymanian fisherman, Mr. McPherson ‘Dorson’ Wright recently landed an extraordinary fish. He was fishing in approximately 1,400 feet of...

South African rescuers risk their lives to save an entangled whale

A Southern Right whale measuring 10 metres became entangled a huge lobster trap, off the coast of Cape Town in False Bay. Rescuers battled...

The Wildlife Trust calls to protect UK Coastlines

The Wildlife Trust is calling for various coastline sites of the UK to be protected as marine reserves. The Menai Strait between Anglesey...

12-Foot Hammerhead Landed By Beach Fisherman

Flagler Beach, Florida - A casual fisherman casting from a popular Florida beach has caught and landed a 12-foot, 550 lb. hammerhead...

Dimitris Vassilakis dies spearfishing

Dimitris Vassilakis, avid spearfisher and freediver, and international judge for AIDA died recently during a spearfishing trip. His funeral was on 9th...

Shark Fishers Cast Off to Protect Ocean Predators

From National Geographic News: July 31, 2007—Even as overfishing has slashed many shark populations by as much as half, some fishers...

Florida SpearFisher Enters Darwin Awards

In September 2006, DeeperBlue.net reported that a SpearFisher was found dead off the the Florida Keys in the US, apparently beaten by...

DEMA Special 2006: Riffe adds new 75cm length to its euro gun series

Riffe International has now added a 75cm length to its reletivily new line of low profile euro guns bringing the selection up to...

Florida SpearFisher Challenges Grouper

On Saturday 9th August 206, a SpearFisher was found dead off the Florida Keys in the US. It seems that after spearing...

Spear Catalina

Rachel Barker, DeeperBlue.net contributor and writer discusses her boat diving experiences in Catalina Island with a few tips

Omer 5th Annual Hatteras Blue Water Open

Correspondent John Liang covered the 2006 Omer 5th Annual Hatteras Blue Water Open. He spent the first full day of the tournament out on the Gulf Stream aboard the sportfishing vessel "Runaway", and filed this report.

My First Spearo Trip

Writer Pete Scott returns from a recent DeeperBlue.net Member trip to British Columbia, Canada. Read about his adventures

Fish Spears Man !

The Daily Mail is reporting that a sport fisherman, angling off Bermuda, has been speared through the chest by a gigantic marlin....

Omer 2006 Hatteras Blue Water Open Final Results

HATTERAS, NC -- Amid challenging weather conditions and more than one shark that wanted a speared fish just as much as the athlete that...
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