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About Lionfish Mini Spear with Tip

Lionfish have become a plague to the Southeast US and the Caribbean. Our reefs are under attack and need help. The removal of Lionfish from these waters is part of the answer. Lionfish have piousness spins, but that poison does not affect the fishes flesh. Matter of fact Lionfish is a great fish to eat! Light, flaky and very delicious. There are all kinds of recipes to cook them from fluffy battered, Bahamian fried, to South Pacific Grilled, heck you can also make Sushi, Taco's, jerky, and Lionfish Ceviche!

Having the proper spear will allow you to bag this delicacy and save the reefs at the same time. Lionfish Mini Spear with Tip is the perfect size to carry on any dive you may encounter Lionfish. Small enough to not get in the way, yet always ready when you need it this 21" (53.3cm) long by 1/2" (1.3cm) diameter lightweight corrosion proof fiberglass shaft with a 6mm male thread and a removable 6" (15.2cm) stainless steel 6-Prong Tip is easy to fire just like a spear pole. Just run the durable 6" (15.2cm) latex rubber sling between your thumb and forefinger and while stretching it along the shaft your locked and loaded for action.

The Lionfish Mini Spear with Tip is commonly used for Close To Shore, Lionfish, Open Water, Small Prey, Warm Water and more. The Lionfish Mini Spear with Tip is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced, Casual/ Recreational, Professional among others. The Lionfish Mini Spear with Tip is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Lionfish Mini Spear with Tip: Accurate, Durable, Fast, Good Range, Lightweight, Low Recoil.

Lionfish Mini Spear with Tip Features

  • Help Save the Reefs
  • Small & Compact Spear Pole
  • Lightweight Fiberglass Design
  • Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel Tip
  • Durable Latex Sling
  • Easy to Use
  • Specifications:
  • Materials: Fiberglass, Stainless Steel, Latex Rubber
  • Dimensions: Shaft L 21" x D1/2" (53.3cm x 1.3cm), Tip L6" (15.2cm), Sling L6" (15.2cm)

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Review Summary

 
3.9

(based on 35 reviews)

74%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Simple to use and very effective!

With a little practice on some unsuspecting coconuts, you can attain almost 100% accuracy with this spear. I've killed several hundred of them with mine, and lionfish are all I hunt. As mentioned by other reviewers, you have to get really close to the lionfish to kill them. But if you move slowly toward a lionfish, you can get within inches without them moving away. It is super easy to kill the buggers, but it does take practice and patience. I recommend only shooting at them when there'...

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Save your money

Save your money, it is no more more than a stick with a point. Bulky and cumbersome.

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3.0

Good for up close

By

from Boston , MA, US

This spear is only well for close and personal kills. Not for long distance shots. The spear head has a high surface area and takes a lot of power to penatrate an fish. Highly recommend a different tip head with only a single penetration point.

 
3.0

Simple and effective

By

from Lakewood, CO, US

I did like the size of this for packing on trips, but when I actually shot my first couple with it did find that it is a bit short and I switched to my longer one. Only other think I didn't like which I saw some other people mention is, its difficult getting the lionfish off with the extra barbs. I would def go with a longer one next time and I do have a 3 point shaft and do like it better I've noticed. Delivery was spot on as always with Leisurepro

 
5.0

great piece

By

from milton, FL, US

this is the way to go not to big for what you need its great if your going out to get those lion fish then this is the tool to get them with

 
1.0

Would not buy again

By

Small, cheap

 
4.0

good product, very sharp out of box

By

Have owned a few of these spears, but this was the first one with a 6 pointed trident (others only had 3 points). very accurate and makes it easier to kill smaller lionfish, but be careful with it new because it is VERY sharp. also, the first time my boyfriend used it he got stung trying to get the fish off the spear because it really holds them on. will probably file off the barbs on the tips so it is easier to get fish off, but with 6 points there is no worry of them getting off themselves.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
RAZ B  compact and inexpensive.
ART R  Lion fish hunting - save he environment.
DON D  A very good price on a well made and simple to use spear.
LAUREL M  Our close friends were coming with us to St Thomas for their first dive trip. He celebrated his birthday while there and being a he-man outdoorsman and hunter, he wanted to hunt lionfish. I bought the spear gun as a gift. He didn't find any lionfish but he has the speargun for the next trip.
BEN B  I just received this product. The plastic/rubber (?) tip on the end near the tubing comes off when I release the shaft. Is this a defect?
DAN B  I wouldn't worry about it too much. It's just a bumper. You could sand the tip round or just leave it squared off it does not affect the functionality of the product
DEE B  Yes, they definitely need to have a better protector!
MARCELO L  Sorry, I have not used it yet. I never heard of anything like what you described. So, I assume this must be a defective item. When one releases the spear it should never come off from the rubber. Good luck.
HAL S  Sounds like it. Does the tubing separate from the spear? That's a problem. Exchange it
FRANK W  i wouldn't consider it a defect. I would either put a drop of glue on it or throw it away,
GERMAN M  I have been using this spear for several months and I do not have that problem, I think is a defect in your tip or spear.
EUGENE W  I would say that this is a defect. I have that spear and tip doesn't come off.
DAVID L  I would not say it was a defect but yes it will come off in the water. I just used some waterproof glue to secure it.
MICHAEL N  No. That's just decoration.
BRAD B  Ben what are you using it for and where? Bo
BEN B  I intend to use it for killing lion fish
Jeremy L  Do you mean the yellow cap thing on the back end? Nothing falls off mine when I use it
BEN B  yes, the yellow cap
DON W  It's just a piece of plastic so no big deal. An octopus stole mine as I tried to coax him out of a hole.
TIMOTHY G  Sounds like it. I haven't had that problem with my spear.
BOB C  Yes. I've bought 4 of these spears over the past 2 years to use and leave with my dive buddies in Jamaica. The spears I've left there are still in use by those guys. They are excellent spears for killing Lion fish. If your's is coming apart, I'm confident they will be replaced by whomever sold them to you. They are perfect for killing Lion fish. Get a new one and rid the Seas of these devastating critters.
STEVE C  No - it comes off on all of them - it is there to act as a bumper and protect the end of the rod from being damaged. If yours came off - it may just be loose - mine comes off as well but u have to twist it off. U could use it without the cap - the rod is some kind of fiber glass and could fragment if u were to hit the end on some hard object (boat, coral etc) though.
BRAD B  Just simply glue it in with super glue so you don't have to ship it back I bought 2 and haven't had any trouble. Bo
Shopper  Would like to buy a short extension for this spear. I own 2. I've seen an extension on the dive boats, but cant find one on your site. ? Thanks, Art
Doug B  Linda is right - the 1,2,3 pole spear is very nice, but this thing is quite a bit smaller, which makes it easier to bring along with a lobster stick and does the trick on lionfish. I have both and use both.
Frank L  We do not carry the extension for this spear.
MARK E  Sorry, I haven't seen an extension for this mini spear
KAREN C  The spear was fine, the extra length is not needed unless the area you are fishing has alot of preasure. The things will sit there and give you directions to the next fish!
LINDA P  In my experience the three piece sling is the fix all..use 1,2,3 of the extensions..an throw the lion spear overboard..its a joke.. good luck..
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