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Spearfishing – the sea of impressions!

There is no doubt that such an activity as spearfishing can take you seriously and for a long time as soon as you come into contact with the world of underwater diving. Indeed, participation in spearfishing is a full of vivid impressions occupation, where each dive becomes a vivid and memorable adventure.

In order to begin to join the friendly community of underwater hunters, you first need to do what each of them initially faced: to understand the basics of scuba diving, diving and behavior in the underwater world.

All these basics are comprehended under the guidance of experienced instructors in a diving club. The sports diving club will provide you with all the opportunities to dive into the world of scuba diving and hunting, full of vivid unforgettable impressions.

After completing a very short training course, one day you will be able to leave the diving sports club not as a student, but as an experienced professional who knows all the intricacies of spearfishing.

So, you have completed the necessary training course, mastered in practice all the details of the science of scuba diving. What next? And then the fun begins: catching large fish, but not sitting on the shore and missing the fishing rod, but in the native habitat for it!

In order to understand the world of underwater fishing in all its diversity, you do not have to buy expensive diving equipment and spend money on trips to distant countries. It is enough to rent all the necessary materials for scuba diving from leading manufacturers and, after consulting with a diving instructor, learn the practice of spearfishing directly in the area where you live. The world around you will open for you from a completely new perspective, never previously known to you as soon as you begin the practice of scuba diving.

Of course, one of the main attributes of an underwater hunter, which, in fact, makes an underwater hunt master out of an ordinary diver, is a high-quality, convenient and reliable spear gun. Today, a diver is provided with a huge selection of spearfishing guns from leading manufacturers, but in order to make a really right choice, it is necessary to consult a more experienced spearfishing master.

There is no doubt that the passion for this unique and incomparable sport will allow you to constantly be in excellent physical shape. Indeed, scuba diving is a rather complicated task requiring a lot of energy from a person, as well as dexterity, speed of reaction and great theoretical preparation.

In addition, the implementation of all kinds of electronic devices, designed to provide the diver with the most comfortable dive, as well as provide a large amount of necessary information about the area where the dive will take place, is quite popular. Having the information provided by these devices, as well as using electronic means of voice communication during the dive, it will be much easier for you to find the most “fish” places in the reservoir.

Diving spearfishing is, in addition, a good way to increase your income if you want to become an instructor in this area.

How to choose a diving suit?

Each diver sooner or later comes to the purchase of their equipment, and immediately the question arises, “How to choose a wetsuit?”. Diving suits are of three types: wet, dry and semi-dry. The explanation is very simple: a wet wetsuit lets water in, a dry wetsuit doesn’t let it pass, and partially dry passes it through semi-dry.

Wetsuit, first of all, is needed in order to reduce (or eliminate) the loss of heat by the body during immersion. Seventy percent of this loss falls on the head, so immediately exclude the option of diving without a hood. Wet suits let water inside, but do not let it back, as a result of which the water inside the suit serves as a kind of heat insulator. Dry wetsuit for diving does not let water in, independently isolating the body from temperature differences. It is possible if you plan to dive for relaxation, you will need a semi-dry wetsuit. It isolates the body from water only partially, but with short dives it does not cause inconvenience.

Wetsuits for diving have a different cut. Firstly, they either consist of one part, or of two. Currently, the difference between these types is not too significant, and if you are a beginner, a two-piece suit that is more convenient for changing clothes is quite suitable for you. The diving suit can be with short or long arms and legs. The need for complete isolation of the body occurs during prolonged dives in cold water. In equatorial waters rather short sleeves. Costumes with detachable parts are on sale now. In many ways, they are universal.

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