Blue Water Spearguns

Ono ♦ Super Magnum ♦ Super Magnum Plus

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Laminated, with a fully-enclosed track, this speargun holds the men’s black marlin record. It is the standard against which all other blue water spearguns are measured. The Ono has 4 bands and a 5/16th inch shaft. The range is 20-25ft.

The Ono is the most popular gun for serious blue water hunters. It is maneuverable, light, and an ono (wahoo) killer. Use it off Baja, Mexico, for big wahoo and dolphin. In the Gulf of Mexico, it has been used to shoot huge wahoo and tuna. It’s good for kingfish, cobia, and huge AJ around rigs and wrecks. This is an excellent choice for any blue water trip.

Blue Water Spearguns – Hybrid

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Hybrid guns combine the best features of a Euro-style pipegun and an American traditional wood gun. Hybrids have a carbon fiber barrel and a teak stock. They are light, maneuverable, accurate, and well-balanced.

Semi-enclosed-track hybrids prevent shaft whipping that can occur with open-track guns when powered up. Semi-enclosed track guns are easier loading. In fact, it is one of the faster-loading gun designs. The shaft experiences minimal travel and the enclosed section guides it into the mechanism.

The hybrid design is best overall. There are styles and sizes for all types of diving, visibility, and game. They are great for reefs, wrecks, rigs, kelp, and anywhere there are fish. They are extremely accurate and silent with an accutrack guide and state of the art hardware. High-tech and traditional properties make them fun to shoot. They are workhorses.

Super Magnum Hybrid

These have a semi-enclosed track and maximum internal ballasting. With a 4 or 5 band muzzle, they have the same specs as the world famous Ono speargun, which holds many bluewater records.

Squid Bone Hybrid

These are like reef Squid Bone spearguns, but made for blue water. They are especially good for tuna.

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