Maneuverability - Sleek, 3/8" diameter, carbon graphite front end allows diver to effortlessly swing polespear with minimized drag in the water; This is especially a benefit when tracking fish.
Trajectory - Extended section in front of loaded hand allows you to see where the polespear is headed. Eliminating the 'shooting from the hip' factor. Instead, you are capable of pinpointing your target.
Balance - Polespear won't feel so 'weighted down' in the rear with the tip 3' away from loaded hand; Resulting in natural tracking movements + a more comfortable hold.
Stealth - With 3' of polespear in front of your extended + loaded hand, fish are much more approachable. The proximity of a diver's body & fish is a greater distance, making it less likely to get spooked.
- SIX'ER/152cm - Ideal for Inshore Hunting, Reefs + Shore Diving – Going for Smaller Fish Under 10lbs. Northern Californians Love it – Use in Lower Visibility + Sitting Duck Fish • Rivers + Streams • Cracks + Crevices
- SEVEN'ER/182cm - Ideal for Inshore Hunting, Reefs + Shore Diving – Going for Smaller Fish Less than 10lbs. Very Similar to the SIX’ER just Packs More Distance + Punch.
- EIGHT'ER/208cm - The Most Versatile Spear We Offer, Especially when Coupled with Our InshoreShrinker – A Weapon for Just About Every Occasion.
- NINE'ER/243cm - Perfect Weapon for the Bahamas. Go after Hog Fish, Snapper, Grouper & All the Small Stuff Too when Coupled with Our InshoreShrinker. Also Acceptable for Pelagic Fish As Well.
- TEN'ER/256cm - Traditionally an Open-Water Only Spear, Now Our InshoreShrinker can be Attached to Make it More of a “Reef Hunter”. Yellowtail • Wahoo • Amberjack • White Seabass • Dorado Beware!
In this GATKU How To series, Ryan breaks down his basic technique for bluewater hunting. He demonstrates how to use the GATKU Ten'er and shares his favorite bluewater hunting setup. Ryan has used this exact setup to land two World Records this past year in 2014. GATKU - The Polespear Revolution™ www.GATKU.com Ryan@GATKU.COM
GATKU How to v...In this GATKU How To series, Ryan breaks down his basic techni...