“ After getting into the Noob Spearo Podcast I bought the 99 Actionable Tips book and have been down here in the sea of Cortez doing some hunting. My bottom times have been way up and I shot my first Pargo! Thanks for the awesome tips and support from down under!!”
“ 99 Tips more like a 101 and more tips... Even after 30 years of spearfishing there are tips in here that I never thought of. So for someone only a few years into spearing this is a must have resource. Best of all it's short concise and to the point, so it's just the good stuff that will make you a better diver right at your fingertips.”
“ I'm a massive fan of the Noob Spearo podcast, so when I heard these guys were writing their own book, I jumped on it straight away. I'm only halfway through the book so far, but I've already got some super useful information about bettering my technique and bottom time, as well as how to properly plan and research for my next spearfishing trip in November.”
“ I was featured in a book, therefore I might be biased, but here is my opinion.
The book is a very fine guide to broaden your spearfishing perspective. If you did your research then you know that there is an abundance of other pieces on spearfishing which go into nonsense like 'this is a gun. The gun has a shaft. The shaft flies towards the fish. The fish tries to get away. But here we have something very different.
I think the goal of '99 Tips to Get Better At Spearfishing' is to bring to your attention the 'down to earth' knowledge and ideas about spearfishing. Meaningful stuff, something that always affected your dives but you hadn't been paying attention to it up until now. Furthermore, the book defines an interesting 'aura' for your further readings/research.
Although the book is aimed at features a wide perspective on spearfishing, it has an inclination towards the ocean hunting. Which, in some cases, might not directly attribute to your (fresh water spearfishing routine) but will give you an insight on what to do in your 'ocean days'.
Overall a very interesting read, which could greatly improve your underwater performance.”