What thickness wetsuit do I need for spearfishing?
3 mm (0.12”) Spearfishing Wetsuits
If the water is above 26C, then a 3 mm wetsuit is the best choice for going spearfishing. In other instances, if the temperature is above the 26C, then you need a thinner spearfishing wetsuit.
Does wetsuit color matter spearfishing?
As far as the suits, I think that the general consensus is that the color does not matter to fish. I have had plain black and green camo suits and don’t notice a difference in fish behavior.
What is the best Colour wetsuit?
Wetsuits are black mainly due to UV resistance and the low cost of coloring neoprene. Yet, the color black holds many inherent benefits, making it the optimal choice for any wetsuit. From keeping you warmer to withstanding sustained exposure to the elements, wetsuits are primarily black for a range of reasons.
What is the best wetsuit for spearfishing?
QUICK ANSWER – THE BEST SPEARFISHING WETSUITS
- CRESSI APNEA. VIEW AT AMAZON.
- SALVIMAR N.A.T. CAMU. VIEW AT AMAZON.
- SEAC WARM FLEX. VIEW AT AMAZON.
- SALVIMAR ATLANTIS. VIEW AT AMAZON.
- CRESSI FREEDOM. VIEW AT AMAZON.
- SEAC BODY FIT. VIEW AT AMAZON.
- CRESSI TECNICA. VIEW AT AMAZON.
- SCUBAPRO ELEMENT. VIEW AT AMAZON.
Do you need a buoy for spearfishing?
No need to overcomplicate things, unless you’re specifically chasing big fish. So you just need a length of float like to connect your float, to the base of your speargun. There are many different types of float lines available, the key here is to find one that floats, and won’t tangle as you dive. Like this.
How do you pick a wetsuit?
A wetsuit should fit like a second skin with no sagging in the back or excessive bunching in the arms or legs. It should fit tight in order to keep only a thin layer of water between your body and your suit.
How do I choose a wetsuit for diving?
Know the conditions in which you will be diving primarily. Choose a wetsuit with a thickness of neoprene based on those conditions. A wetsuit for scuba diving a sunny, shallow reef dive in the Caribbean will be thinner and lighter than a wetsuit for scuba diving the maximum depths of the brisk ocean water.
Does camo help spearfishing?
Well-Known Member. Very little benefit from camo. Spearfishing wetsuits should be warmer & more comfortable than surfing suits but the camo is just to help catch the cash from our wallet, not fish.