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    Gear Guide for Spearfishing Crayfish

    When it comes to catching crayfish, the gear setup is fairly simple. At a minimum, you'll just need your freediving gear and a pair of gloves! But depending on where you go, how often, and if you're shore diving, this gear will help:

    Dive Torches

    There's nothing quite as satisfying as diving down amongst a bed of rocks, swimming into a dark cave, shining your torch into a crevice to see a monster Crayfish- ripe for the taking! It's for this reason we recommend picking up a dive torch to help with your next cray hunt. We recommend choosing a narrow beam torch for better penetration into small cracks and crevices. 

    Good Tough Gloves!

    If there's one thing you need, it's a good pair of dive gloves that can protect your hands from crayfish spikes. Gloves with durable palms such as amara or kevlar, are better to protect your hands when hunting crays.

    Ocean Hunter Strike Kevlar 2mm Dive Gloves
    Ocean Hunter Strike Kevlar 2mm Dive Gloves
    Ocean Hunter Strike Kevlar 2mm Dive Gloves
    Ocean Hunter Strike Kevlar 2mm Dive Gloves
    Ocean Hunter Strike Kevlar 2mm Dive Gloves
    Ocean Hunter Strike Kevlar 2mm Dive Gloves
    Ocean Hunter Strike Kevlar 2mm Dive Gloves
    Ocean Hunter Strike Kevlar 2mm Dive Gloves

    Ocean Hunter Strike 2mm Kevlar Gloves

    Riffe 2.0mm Digi-Tek Amara Gloves
    Riffe 2.0mm Digi-Tek Amara Gloves
    Riffe 2.0mm Digi-Tek Amara Gloves
    Riffe 2.0mm Digi-Tek Amara Gloves

    Riffe 2.0mm Digi-Tek Amara Gloves

    Xcel Mens Drylock 3mm Gloves
    Xcel Mens Drylock 3mm Gloves
    Xcel Mens Drylock 3mm Gloves
    Xcel Mens Drylock 3mm Gloves
    Xcel Mens Drylock 3mm Gloves
    Xcel Mens Drylock 3mm Gloves

    Xcel Mens Drylock 3mm Gloves

    Catch Bag

    Once you've got your hands on a cray, its important to have somewhere to store it. Lucky we have plenty of catch and cray bags for you to choose from. 

    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip
    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip
    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip
    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip
    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip
    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip
    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip
    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip
    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip
    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip
    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip
    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip

    Spearo Catch Bag With Zip

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    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack
    Cray and Abalone Pack

    Cray and Abalone - Combo

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    ADRENO Cray Fish Bag
    ADRENO Cray Fish Bag
    ADRENO Cray Fish Bag
    ADRENO Cray Fish Bag
    ADRENO Cray Fish Bag
    ADRENO Cray Fish Bag
    ADRENO Cray Fish Bag
    ADRENO Cray Fish Bag

    ADRENO Cray Fish Bag

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    Drop Weight

    Drop weights are great for helping you mark and hold a great spot, particularly in poor visibility.  If you’ve got a float line attached, clip that off, drop it right on that spot you’ve spotted one. If you start seeing crayfish in around 15 meters of water - that’s a fairly long dive, so you want to make sure that you're dropping straight on top of them. 

    Adreno Lead Drop Weight - Belt - 750g
    Adreno Lead Drop Weight - Belt - 750g
    Adreno Lead Drop Weight - Belt - 750g
    Adreno Lead Drop Weight - Belt - 750g
    Adreno Lead Drop Weight - Belt - 750g
    Adreno Lead Drop Weight - Belt - 750g

    Adreno Lead Drop Weight - Belt - 750g

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    Cray Loop

    Why use a cray loop or noose when diving for crayfish?

    Cray loops are useful for getting into tight spots, nooks or crevices without spooking the cray. Catching crayfish with a cray loop is only legal in Western Australia and South Australia.

    Old Man Blue Cray Loop - 150cm
    Old Man Blue Cray Loop - 150cm
    Old Man Blue Cray Loop - 150cm
    Old Man Blue Cray Loop - 150cm
    Old Man Blue Cray Loop - 150cm
    Old Man Blue Cray Loop - 150cm

    Old Man Blue Cray Loop - 150cm

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    Odysseus South African Cray Loop - Long
    Odysseus South African Cray Loop - Long
    Odysseus South African Cray Loop - Long
    Odysseus South African Cray Loop - Long
    Odysseus South African Cray Loop - Long
    Odysseus South African Cray Loop - Long
    Odysseus South African Cray Loop - Long
    Odysseus South African Cray Loop - Long
    Odysseus South African Cray Loop - Long
    Odysseus South African Cray Loop - Long

    Odysseus South African Cray Loop

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    Want to sharpen up your diving skills for crayfish? Check out our how to hunting guide for crayfish. Or looking for some recipe ideas to impress your family and friends? We've pulled together our favourite crayfish and lobster recipes here.