Welcome to Spearfishing School Part 2 of our 80+ part series written for people new to spearfishing. This blog is free for my readers and so is access to Spearfishing School during the beta stage. If you learn something here, sign up for our email list and share this page with someone that is looking to learn about spearfishing. It is a free way to say thanks.
Spearfishing not Spear Fishing
Although writing spear fishing is not wrong. The community combines the two words into one. If you are on a forum or want to do research on line use the one word combined version: Spearfishing
Same goes for Speargun, Polespear, and Freediving
We really like combining words. You will probably get better results when searching for these terms if you use these forms. Learning and using the right terminology will take you further in your research and interactions with other spearfishers.
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