Reels can help you land your dream fish, giving you the option to dive without a float and float line. These components of your dive kit can create extra drag when descending, especially in...
Reels can help you land your dream fish, giving you the option to dive without a float and float line. These components of your dive kit can create extra drag when descending, especially in a bit of current. There's an obvious tradeoff in terms of safety when you're not attached to a dive float, but it does give you the potential to improve your diving technique and bottom time. There's always the option of an anchored float when you're in shallower environments.
Reels give you some extra distance to play with when spearing as well, allowing the fish to run (depending on the length of your reel line) while you ascend. This means you aren't instantly fighting a fish after shooting it, and can reach the surface quickly and safely. However, they can present challenges when chasing powerful fish, especially when using lighter Euro reels. In this instance, we recommend a belt reel or float and float line.
From a safety perspective, we'd still recommend that you also have a dive float and flag on a drop weight nearby or attached somewhere to you so that other boats in the area, and your own boat, know the general area that you are in to avoid any accidents.
Adreno's range of spearfishing reels includes:
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Activ Reel 30M with line
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Pacific 50m Reel
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Reel with Line
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Match 30 Arm Reel with Elastic Band and SS Swing Gate Hook
Our Price $99.00
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Standard Speargun Reel
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Match 50 Reel fits Cayman/Invictus
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Poseidon Vertical Reel
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