SAMPLE: BLUE WATER HUNTING AND FREEDIVING Introduction sample - Page 2

bluewater hunting and freediving Even sharks are subject to shark attack. Photo by George Kuzbecovs 4. Dive in teams and guard your buddy as he surfaces. Keep your dives a little short, so you have extra air to stop and give the big boys a poke in the nose if they come up looking for a taste. 5. When you shoot a fish, get it in your hands and onto the boat ASAP, and ensure your buddy is close by to guard the fish from the sharks. As long as they don’t get a taste, they’ll remain content eating only the chum. 6. Always have something in your hands to fend off sharks. Our natural reaction is to put a hand or arm up to protect ourselves— better sticking a $10,000 camera or your gun in their mouth than losing one of your tasty arms. 58