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Balangan Throwing Some Shade – 8 September 2018

Sunday, September 9th, 2018

I wouldn’t put the sun screen away, but the old girl was throwing up a head-dip here and there. A super low tide and medium sized swell meant a more than usual number of waves were linking up down the reef at Balangan.

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The Transkei Experience

Saturday, September 8th, 2018

Watch in HD. This is our experience of the alluring landscape and people of the Transkei on the Wild East Coast of South Africa including spearfishing around the famous Hole in the Wall.

Chatting with a Transgender Woman

Monday, August 27th, 2018

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OCEAN GRAVITY – Guillaume Néry / Julie Gautier

Monday, August 27th, 2018

Ocean Gravity is a short film that rewrite the rules of the underwater world and takes us this time into the world of the weightlessness.

Just like in the space, there isn’t anymore a top or a bottom. There isn’t anymore upside down and wrong side out. The ocean becomes cosmos, the man a satellite, and the bottom of the sea an unknown planet. Welcome in the fascinating universe of Ocean Gravity.

Guillaume: «since ever, my diving propels my imagination in the fantasy of the conquest of space. To touch the sea floor or to set foot on an unexplored planet, here are 2 fascinating adventures which feed my thirst of unknown. The discovery of this quite unique place (Tiputa – Rangiroa – French Polynesia), allowed us to put in image the visual closeness of 2 universes water and air, ocean and space.»


Written and directed by Guillaume Néry and Julie Gautier
Underwater camera on breathhold: Julie Gautier
With Guillaume Néry
Editing: Guillaume Néry and Julie Gautier
Color correction: Arthur Paux
Logistical support: Y AKA Plongée Rangiroa
Music by THE GLITCH MOB – How to be eaten by a woman

Ocean Gravity est un court-métrage qui bouleverse les codes de l’univers sous-marin et nous plonge cette fois dans le monde de l’apesanteur.

Tout comme dans l’espace, il n’y a plus de haut ni de bas, il n’y a plus l’endroit et l’envers.
L’Océan devient cosmos, l’homme se mue en un satellite en orbite et le fond de la mer se transforme en une planète inconnue. Bienvenue dans l’univers troublant d’Ocean Gravity.

Guillaume : « Depuis toujours, mes plongées propulsent mon imaginaire dans le fantasme de la conquête spatiale. Toucher le fond de la mer ou poser son pieds sur une planète inexplorée, voilà 2 aventures passionnantes qui nourrissent ma soif d’inconnu. La découverte de ce lieu unique au monde, la passe de Tiputa nous a permis de mettre en image la proximité visuelle des 2 univers eau et air, océan et espace. »


Ecrit et réalisé par Guillaume Néry and Julie Gautier
Camera sous marine en apnée: Julie Gautier
Avec Guillaume Néry
Montage: Guillaume Néry and Julie Gautier
Etalonnage: Arthur Paux
Support logistique: Y AKA Plongée Rangiroa
Musique THE GLITCH MOB – How to be eaten by a woman

Spearfishing Southern California – Halibut – White Seabass – Yellowtail – 2017

Monday, August 13th, 2018

Another season in the books, very grateful for some amazing experiences in the water.

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Harbor House Life: California Bluefin Tuna

Sunday, August 12th, 2018

Theres nothing like catching big beautiful fish in our own backyard.

Filmed by Dan Silveira(underwater) and David Wang(topside)

Edited by Felipe Gonzalez

“Golden Skies” by Liam Aidan
“Take Your Pants Off” by JAM Studio

Stepping Beyond: Mark Healey

Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

This video was produced in partnership with lululemon men.

Big-wave surfer and overall waterman Mark Healey is well accustomed to facing critical situations where life and death may hang in the balance. In 2006, his tow board caught an edge while whipping across the face of a wind-blown west bowl at massive Teahupo’o, handing him the wipeout of a lifetime as the whole Pacific ocean enveloped him. Afterwards, Healey was quoted as saying, “he was thankful to just be alive.” Since then he’s broken ribs, fractured a kneecap at Pipeline and ruptured an eardrum at both Pe’ahi and Dungeons in South Africa.

While most people would try to find a different hobby after sustaining the type of injuries outlined above, Healey considers each setback as a training exercise. “As I’ve gotten older my appreciation for uncomfortable situations and the ocean has definitely grown,” says Healey in the edit above. “I don’t think there’s actually growth without some discomfort. If you try to avoid it, you don’t really grow as a human. I would have to say my practice is a practice of confronting discomfort. It’s just as much in the training as it is in the act of doing these things out in the ocean.”

Healey relies on his practice of hypoxic breath training to get him through any trials he may face in the water. “With breath-holding, there’s not a human on planet earth, including world record holders that aren’t going to have to battle within 5 minutes,” says Healey. “Most people are going to have to have that battle within 30-seconds. It’s one of those alarms that’s meant to keep you alive, but in certain situations, it’s a real hindrance. This incredible anxiety just grips you. You have to dig into that feeling and regain control of your mind; instead of your body telling your mind what to do, you have to keep your mind telling your body what to do.” Press play on the edit above to see how Healey deals with discomfort, both above and below the water’s surface in this latest short “Stepping Beyond.”

Saturation Diving- You’re in a different world

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Jadon Anderson on his career sat diving.

“My deepest was 621 feet”

“When you drop out into the unknown- and you know, I could be the first person that’s actually stood here. You’re in a different world. I love Sat diving. I’m home now for two months and I can’t wait to get back offshore right now. ”

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Cracker Hunting Eastern Cape

Wednesday, January 10th, 2018

Diving around EL and St Francis

Cortes Bank HD

Friday, November 24th, 2017

The US National Spearfishing Team lead a trip to Cortes Bank to raise money for World Spearfishing Championships in Peru. The trip was led by Alex Reynaud, Dan Silveria, and Greg Font who are the 3 members of the team. We had a very successful trip with 40+ yellowtail, a lot of bonita, and a blue fin tuna taken. Sharks made an appearance as well, with 4 mako sightings and a hammerhead that got some free meals!
Music by Glitch Mob
Filmed and edited by Raabe Photo

I tried the Wim Hof Breathing & Cold Therapy Method for 7 Days | Sorelle Amore

Thursday, November 16th, 2017

I tried the Wim Hof Breathing & Cold Therapy Method for 7 Days. The results are pretty profound, but not in the way I expected it. The method is pretty intense and extreme. Will I continue doing this? Is it safe? Is this just a fad or is this a proven method?

The Wim Hof Method includes breathing exercises, cold therapy, some strength building exercises (push ups) and a special stretching technique. It’s a widely followed technique and the popularity is growing.

My interest in this technique started when I was fed up with winter and wanted to see what my body was capable of. I’m an Australian living in Iceland and I don’t want to be afraid of the cold. And so my journey of discovery has begun.

Warning: This is a VERY dangerous technique if not followed properly. Never do the breathing exercises whilst standing up, driving or underwater. It can result in you passing out and there have been deaths linked to people incorrectly trying this method.


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Attacked By 8ft Shark Spearfishing || Florida Keys 2017

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

The short clip of me getting attacked by a 7-8ft reef shark. We were spearfishing near Middle Sambo reef off Boca Chica in the Keys on Sunday when this shark came out of nowhere.

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He first went at my dive buddy Justyn but immediately turned toward me. He first bit my left fin then took a chunk out of the right one before biting my leg and cutting the speargun line. I assumed he was trying to steal the black grouper i was holding. But after I lost the grouper and watched it swim to the bottom, the shark kept coming at us! Justyn went back down for my gun and actually shoved it in the sharks mouth like a badass!!!! The shark then took it straight to the bottom while we rushed back to the boat and safety. Always dive with a buddy and someone who is trained in first aid! I would not have made it back to the boat without the help of another strong swimmer and would have bled out had I not been patched up so well by Amanda. The shark tore through the skin, fat tissue, muscle, muscle sheath, and unfortunately my tibial artery which caused me to lose more than a liter of blood.

This clearly could have been much worse! Happy to still have my leg even with a piece missing! And we even got my Koah speargun back!!!

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Cave Diving, Hogfish, Grouper, Dolphin, spearfishing (Staniel Cay) Exhumas, The Bahamas

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

This is the vacation we’ve always dreamed about!

Spearfishing/Fishing Bahamas May-June 2017

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

All footage was taken over multiple trips to the Bahamas during May and June 2017. All fish were harvested legally and eaten. Fish in the video include 52, 30, and 25 pound black groupers along with Hogfish, Mahi-Mahi, Mutton Snapper and Wahoo.


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The fish of life – Full story (Spearfishing trip at Norway)

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

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Plain Truth – Gunnar Olsen

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Deep Blue Hawaii Spearfishing

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

Johnny “Masta P” Pestana

Spearfishing with Cameron Kirkconnell Episode 6 – Ascension Yellowfin Tuna Stone

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

Spearfishing with Cameron Kirkconnell guiding our Kuwaiti friends to some fantastic Yellowfin Tunas. These two fish are the average size that we see (160-200 lbs) and on the small side of what we want everyone shooting. These guys just hang out in the chum while we wait for the giants to show up! Amazing to be this close to these huge fish and to see how relaxed the guide can get the fish.
The speared on weighed 218lbs
This is why we go.

Freediving Breathe Up and How to Breathe for Freediving: hold your breath longer

Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

The breathe up, how to breathe for freediving and freediving breathing techniques are the topics covered in this video and is possibly the most essential information for us as freedivers. Freediving breathing techniques and a correct breathe up ensure safety, comfort in the water and also allow freedivers to hold their breath longer.

– How to breathe up?
– What is hyperventilation?
– What breathing is safest?

Questions about breathing techniques for freediving and breath holds are some of the most common questions that I get asked so I hope this video answers some of those questions!

One of the issues that i’ve been grappling with is that I don’t want to create content that people feel supersedes freediving courses. At the same time though I get so many questions from so many divers who simply do not and will never have enough money to take a freediving course. So this video had been made for those people. Those who cannot afford the information and training that others can.

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Spearfishing and Freediving Catch n Cook w/ the Girlfriend and Wilderness Medic

Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

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Lately I’ve had nothing but freediving and getting back in the water on my mind. Gio, who has his own YouTube Channel Wilderness Medic, invited me to Mendocino to go abalone diving. He goes over basic safety tips for the Omer Allien freediving mask for anyone who is considering freediving or spearfishing. The following day I go over the regulations for abalone hunting which there are many. Penalties include thousands of dollars in fines, vehicles impounded, license’s permanently suspended and even jail time. Please learn any rules and regulations before taking up a new fishing activity.

We caught our limit of abalone and I even speared my first fish. It was a striped surf perch. Once we went home, I prepared the abalone and tried it sashimi style again and I breaded the tenderized abalone with panko flakes, after coating the meat in eggs salt and pepper. It was delicious!

Freediving Power Plant in Hawaii! (Almost Died)

Saturday, June 17th, 2017

In this video we freedive at a power plant in Hawaii!
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Check out my previous most recent videos!
Found $50 Fishing Lure, Cast Net and 4 Sunglasses in River! (Scuba Diving)
Found Phone, Wallet, Knife Underwater in River! (Scuba Diving)
Found Knife, Razor Blade and $50 Swimbait Underwater in River! (Freediving)
Scuba Diving Half Sunken Tug Boat in River! (Explored for Potential Treasure)
Found GoPro Camera Lost 2 Years Ago! (Reviewing the Footage)
Found Lost iPhone in River While Scuba Diving! (Returned to Owner)
Found Lost iPhone, Fishing Pole and Swimbaits Underwater in River! (Scuba Diving)
Found Lost GoPro Underwater in River! (Scuba Diving)
Found Lost iPhone, Fishing Pole and Swimbaits Underwater in River! (Scuba Diving)
Found Money and Jewelry While Freediving at Waterfall in Hawaii!
Found Human Remains Underwater in River! (Police Called)
Skydiving out of Small Plane at 15,000 Feet! – Hawaii (Worlds Most Beautiful Drop Zone)
Swimming with Sharks Outside the Shark Cage! – Hawaii (Open Ocean)
Freediving in Dangerous Murky River Water for Treasure! – Cast Net, Fishing Tackle and MORE!
Found Half Sunken Tug Boat in River! (Explored for Potential Treasure)
Cant Believe They Sent Me This! – Unboxing (Hurley)
Freediving in Murky Water for River Treasure! – Anchor, Fishing Tackle, Zipline and More!
Found Secret Fishing Spot Infested with Alligators! (Worlds Best Bass Fisherman)
One Million Subscribers! (Live Reaction)
Found Possible Murder Weapon Underwater in River! (Police Called)
Searching for River Treasure! – Knife, $40 Swimbait, 4 Sunglasses, Fishing Tackle and MORE!
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Freediving the Boga Wreck in Bali: Adventures on One Breath #7

Thursday, June 15th, 2017

Freediving the Boga Wreck in Bali. Freediving this wreck was such a treat. I haven’t dived many wrecks that were so complete and whole as the Boga wreck. It even had a car wreck inside the hold! A very fun freediving trip with some good freediving buddies from Australia.

We had stunning conditions and visibility for the dive as well which is always a bonus. The wreck starts at about 20 metres deep and goes to around 35 metres deep which I loved because it means that not many freedivers have been there before.

I filmed this video just after teaching an 8 day freediving course and then instructor course in Bali so I was definitely in need of some fun!

Dive buddies:
Adam Sellars
Amber Bourke
Caroline Haynens

Freediving Technique 101: how to improve your diving and enjoy longer dives

Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

Freediving technique for beginners- the absolute basics. Your freediving technique plays a huge part in how comfortable your dives will be. By changing just a few small aspects of your technique you can easily enjoy longer dives, dive deeper and in general feel fresher on your dives.

How to get more time at the bottom? How to dive deeper? How to feel less stressed on a dive? I get asked these questions on a daily basis and so much of the answer comes back to peoples technique.

This video covers how to duckdive and all the different aspects of duckdiving. How to hold your body in a streamlined position so that you cut easily through the water and how to fin.


I’m very pleased to announce the Deep Week Freediving Scholarship. I am offering a free Master Freediver course + Freediving Instructor Course to someone who is unable to afford the typical expenses of these courses.
To apply you must:
-Have an Advanced Freediver certification or equivalent (AIDA 3 star, SSI level 2)
-Be available to take the courses in Bali 4th – 19th November 2017
-Speak fluent English -Submit no more than 250 words to the email stating why you want to be a Freediving Instructor and how you plan to develop freediving in your area.

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