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  • Do I have to have my own gear to spearfish with you?
    You'll need to have everything except tanks and weights. If you don't have a speargun, don't worry! We have a gun you can use with a reasonable deposit.
  • Do I have to be an advanced diver to spearfish?
    No, you absolutely do not! However, being successful at spearfishing requires you to be relatively still at times when fish are nearby. A diver who is moving around a lot probably won't have as many shots because the fish might be spooked off.
  • Is there anywhere to stay near where we'll be diving?
    Absolutely!! This area is a vacation destination, and there are many campgrounds, resorts, B&Bs and other nightly rentals. Use the link below, or contact us... we're happy to help you find a place to stay!
  • How long is a trip? How many dives will we do?
    A half day trip is 4 hours, and is a two tank dive excursion. A 3/4 day trip is a three tank excursion. The number of dives we do will depend on where we find fish!! If we dive a spot and don't find fish, we'll typically relocate to a new place after 15-20 minutes.
  • How do I book a trip?
    Please contact us by phone or text at 417-230-1815, or by email: to check availability.
  • Where are you located?
    We typically meet clients and launch the boat at Lakeview Park in Lakeview, Arkansas. Specific arrangements will be discussed at the time of booking. Diving location will vary based on lake conditions.
  • What are we fishing for, and how many can I shoot?
    Walleye is our favorite fish to shoot! The limit is 2 per day, and they have to be at least 18" long. We also shoot catfish, crappie, white bass and every now and then, stripers.
  • Will you clean my fish?
    Absolutely! All fish will be filleted and packaged for you to transport home.
  • Do I need a fishing license?
    Yes, you will need an Arkansas fishing license to spearfish. If you don't already have one, you can purchase a 3-day resident or non-resident license for a nominal fee. Purchases can be made online on the Arkansas Game and Fish website.
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