Flashers are one of the most useful tools to a spearfisherman or diver for attracting fish in open water.
Flashers, as the name suggests, flashes light around the water which attracts fish from far away. The fish can be mesmerised by the flashers spinning or flickering in the water allowing a great opportunity to capture them. There are different designs, some more complex than others. However, the simplest piece of reflective glass can be extremely effective at attractive fish e.g. the Torelli Flick Fish. All of the flashers provided at Legendary are tried and tested tools. You may wish to look on youtube for pelagic fish attracted by flashers to see how effective these really are. Flashers are an important part of your spearfishing gear if you're heading out to shoot most pelagic species!
Floats are one of the most important safety features in your dive arsenal
Spearfishing Floats: The spearfishing float is attached to your spear gun via a float line. The float is then towed behind the diver indicating their position at all times. This is a very important safety consideration as it allows your buddy to keep track of you and to alerts boat traffic of your presents. A float also allows you to release the spear gun and come to the surface without fear of losing it in situations such as fighting a big fish or marking a lobster hole.
A spearfishing float should be brightly colored and have a diver down Alpha flag attached and be weighted so as to stay upright at all times.
Spearfishing floats are also useful for storing your fish and carrying spares such as a drink bottle, catch bag and safety ge
Float lines have more uses than just connecting to your float.
Float lines or tag lines are attached with quick release clips between the handle of your spear gun and spearfishing float. The float is then towed behind the diver indicating you position at all times. This is a very important safety consideration as it allows your buddy to keep track of you and to alerts boat traffic of your presents. A float line also allows you to release the spear gun and come to the surface without fear of losing it in situations such as fighting a big fish or marking a lobster hole. Float lines also allow you to thread your fish (through the mouth out of the gill) to float back to the float itself. This keeps the fish up high in the water and away from your body.
Float line floats must be buoyant to keep them of the bottom and away from kelp, rocks and coral. Simply budget polypropylene float lines such as the Crespo Float li
Selecting the right Dive Fins is incredibly important for your performance in the water and comfort diving.
Here is our breakdown of three major different diving types.
Snorkeling or Scuba Fins: Snorkeling and Scuba fins are a full foot pocket and flexible blade. If you are just starting out or are a holiday snorkeler a simple pair of plastic fins is all that is required. Long blades are less important for Scuba divers as they don't require the level of efficiency while using tanks. We recommend the CRESSI Agua fins and CRESSI Reaction Pro fins. The CRESPO Nautilus Fins a good choice for the more dedicated snorkeler.
Spearfishing Fins: Spear fishers spend a lot of time in the
A snorkel is one of the most simple parts of your gear, yet selecting one at the shop can be overwhelming with the wide range of choice.
Here we break down the main differences between snorkels to help you pick the best one suitable.
What is a Snorkel? A snorkel is a breathing tube that allows you to swim or float face down in the water breathing comfortably as you observe the underwater environment. Often an underestimated piece of kit a good snorkel will make all the difference to your diving enjoyment. All the Snorkels that we stock at Legendary Skindiving Equipment have been carefully selected and tested to meet these standards.
J Snorkel: A simple J shaped snorkel is considered the best by many divers as they are streamlined, hold the least amount of residual air and are easy to cl