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Trident Stainless Reef Hook, 8.75" x 2" (22.2 x 5.1 cm)

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About Trident Stainless Reef Hook, 8.75" x 2" (22.2 x 5.1 cm)

Drift Diving is one of the most relaxing and enjoyable dives you can ever make. There you are at neutral buoyancy floating along your breathing rate is like you are sitting on the couch watching the reef go by on TV. Your breathing so slow you can make a tank of air last forever, yet if you decide to stop and look at something more closely, forget it Now you're fighting the current to stay stationary and using air at an extraordinary rate.

Having a Drift Reef Hook can save the day. Place it into or under a "Non Living Rock "on the bottom [not Living Coral) and you can now easily stay in one spot without a struggle. Also can be used when on the surface to keep stationary when making safety stops or waiting for the boat to pick you up. Hook is made of Rust Resistant Stainless Steel for Strength and Durability. Hook measures (L x W) 8.75" x 2" (22.2 x 5.1 cm) has Eyelet on one end for attachment of a Line and the opposite end is Hooked to Anchor.

Trident Stainless Reef Hook, 8.75" x 2" (22.2 x 5.1 cm) Features

  • Solid Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel
  • Eyelet for Line Attachment
  • Hooked End to Anchor
  • Great for Drift Diving
  • Keeps You Stationary when Diving in Current
  • Dimensions: (L x W) 8.75" x 2" (22.2 x 5.1 cm)

Trident Stainless Reef Hook, 8.75" x 2" (22.2 x 5.1 cm) Customer Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

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held me in the galapagos


from key largo, FL, US

Basic simple hook, it worked in the Galapagos super strong currents, no problem, would recommend


great reef hook for strong currents.


It is a reef hook used to hold you in position in a current.


Works great


Used on dive trip for drift diving to anchor into the current

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ROBERT R  Price and availability.
MSK M  We may need it for big current in a drift dive like in Cozumel.
AL K  I'm planning on diving "Blue Corner" in Palau later this year. It's place where there's a ripping current. A reef hook is a necessary accessory for photography.
Shopper  How much does the reef hook weigh?
Carol s  Not Much! I weight it for the flag! Good for reef booking current!
RICHARD J  Best answer is a couple or six ounces - they're about a foot of 1/4 stock stainless and don't weigh much at all but are well strong enough to hook up with.
Roger S  Not much.. 3 or 4 ounces, give or take.
SUNG L  Light
JAMES H  Not much, a few ounces. Never weighed it, lives in my BC pocket.
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