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Old 01-28-2018, 12:28 PM   #1
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Looking for some general information on how deep they are. I'm going to start diving soon and would like to spear them.
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Old 01-28-2018, 12:42 PM   #2
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Looking for some general information on how deep they are. I'm going to start diving soon and would like to spear them.
Located in all depths from 2 ft to way to deep to dive.
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Looking for some general information on how deep they are. I'm going to start diving soon and would like to spear them.
There are several local charters that offer Lionfish trips. I advise getting some dives under your belt before you start worrying about spearing anything.
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Yes I'm going to get dive experience and go with experienced people for a while. My question was more of a general question just trying to find out if it is something I want to pursue.
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Hey Cajun spearit I just watched your video of last lionfish hunt of 2017. Pretty awesome how deep were you looked really clear?
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Best depth out of Pensacola is between 100' to 120' deep
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Hey Cajun spearit I just watched your video of last lionfish hunt of 2017. Pretty awesome how deep were you looked really clear?
Yep...Toner is the boat captain, so he knows best!! All those dives were around 100ft.
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