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    Float Lines

    Having a float line and float handy in the water is one of the easiest ways to keep yourself safe while diving. There's a good chance, especially with more inexperienced spearos, that you're going to get your shaft or gun lodged in something. If you're lucky it'll be your shaft through a solid... Read More

    Float Lines

    Having a float line and float handy in the water is one of the easiest ways to keep yourself safe while diving. There's a good chance, especially with more inexperienced spearos, that you're going to get your shaft or gun lodged in something. If you're lucky it'll be your shaft through a solid fish. A float line gives you the option to drop your gun, get to the surface, and not stress about losing it.

    Float lines come in a variety of materials and colours, and picking a float line that suits the diving you're doing is important. Here's a quick rundown:

    Rope Float Lines: Perfect for beginner divers or when you're targeting smaller species. It's considerably more affordable than your high-end lines as well.

    PVC Float Lines: Usually these lines have great visibility with their protective outer layer of PVC (or in some cases vinyl). They're usually kitted out with a sturdy Dyneema core, so they're stronger than your standard rope line.

    Spectra Float Lines: Perfect for pelagic species, this type of line has extremely high breaking strength for withstanding high tension. Like your other float lines they're still buoyant and typically high vis

    A Bungee is an mildly elastic attachment point between the front of your barrel and the shaft that minimises the force applied to your hands when the spear reaches the end of the shooting line. Bungee's also allow you to tension your shooting line which is how the shooting lime taut and streamline when wrapped around the line release.