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Want to upgrade your spearfishing gear, need some spare parts, looking for maintenance tools? At Dip ‘N Dive you can find various Spearfishing Accessories to satisfy your needs. For instance, you can purchase spearfishing slings, gun loaders, fish stringers, reels, and other useful accessories. Choose from an assortment of best quality products at affordable prices.
Heavy Duty Large Fish StringerHeavy Duty Large Fish Stringer
Snapper band is14mm (9/16?) rubber with Rob Allen Single Dyneema Wishbones.Snapper band is14mm (9/16”) rubber with Rob Allen Single Dyneema Wishbon...View full details
Cressi Hand Pump for SL/SL Star Pneumatic SpeargunCressi Hand Pump for SL/SL Star Pneumatic Speargun
EURO Breakaway with Snap Swivel BungeeEURO Breakaway with Snap Swivel Bungee
Lobster GaugeAluminum 3 1 /4" Lobster gauge (California lobster)
Fish StringerSmall stainless fish stringer 14 1/4" x 5"
16mm Circular Bands With Steel SpheresPure Dyneema high strength wishbones with a tensile strength of 200kg.On each end of the band there is a 7mm ...View full details
Dyneema 1mm - 50MtDyneema 1mm - 50Mt100% Dyneema. Maximum resistance to abrasion and wear.
It is important to attach a float line to your gun and/or your break-away spear, flashlights, etc. Having a float line means that you can retrieve your speargun from the surface, in case you drop it. It also allows you to shoot larger fish and let it “run” until you get to the surface. Float lines are can be made from a variety of materials and come in many different colors.
A fish stringer is another useful accessory to have. It is essentially a line of rope or chain that allows the spearos to string their fish so they can be immersed and kept alive in the water. A springer is usually made of a line of rope or wire with a metal stringing needle at one end. The other end normally comes with a removable wire ring, used to secure the stringer. The hunter needs to thread the needle through the fish’s gill and out through its mouth, or better, through the upper and lower lips which allows the fish to breathe freely through its gills.