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Noob Spearo Podcast featuring UAP Co-founders: Jessie Cripps & Michael Takach

Noob Spearo Podcast featuring UAP Co-founders: Jessie Cripps & Michael Takach

  We recently partnered up with Noob Spearo for an interesting podcast on all things underwater, check it out for tips on hunting and...

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Spearfishing – 9kg Mangrove Jack / video

Michael Takach spearing a beautiful 9kg Mangrove Jack out of a mega school in Queensland, Australia.

 

Spearfishing – Mulloway Misadventures 9 / video

Spearing a 15kg Mulloway on the East coast for Australia.

 

Spearfishing – Longnose Emperor / video

Spearfishing a wary longnose emperor

 

Spearfishing 100lb Ulua (45kg GT) Giant Trevally / video

Watch our friend Moreno Damonte land a beautiful 100lb Ulua (45kg Giant Trevally)

 

Big Jobfish & Mangrove Jacks w/Bryson Sheehy / video

A big THANK YOU to Bryson Sheehy for this episode’s amazing footage!

Guess the weight of Bry’s monster Jobfish and win a LARGE Dry Bag from our friends at www.drystore.com.au

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Spearfishing Large Mouth Nannygai / video

Here’s this fortnight’s episode! Thought we’d mix things up a bit a edit some Largemouth Nannygai footage!

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Shark eats Spanish Mackerel / video

You have to be quick in central Queensland, Australia because you’re not the only one after a feed of fish! Shoot your fish well and pull them in FAST or else…

Spearfishing Australia – Blackspot Tuskfish / video

Michael Takach showing us how its done spearing a 10kg Blackspot Tuskfish.

Spearfishing with Bullsharks & Big Jobfish / video

Riffe diver Michael Takach & Brandon Wahlers takes on a school of sharks in Queensland, Australia to hunt one of his favorite fish- the Green Jobfish. Highly sought after due to their delicious flesh they are flighty in nature and usually found in difficult dive locations (strong currents & deep water) Combine this with a school of sharks and you get one hell of an adrenalin rush.