Fishing is not only a sport but also an essential part of living in some communities. Before you set out on a spear fishing expedition, you will need professional equipment that’s reliable, durable, and easy to use, and one of the most important pieces of equipment you’ll need is a dive light. Below are a few of our favorite spear fishing dive lights that perfectly balance lightness, power and maneuverability.
Tovatec Fusion 530
For spear fishing, the Fusion 530 is one of the best dive lights on the market. It can be used to look into cracks and crevices, and it can be adjusted from 100- to 120-degrees according to your needs. It lasts longer than other dive lights and is easy to carry while spear fishing.
Scubapro Nova 720
Operating this dive light is super easy, as you just have to twist its head to power it up. It works perfectly at great depths, and at 9 inches in length, it’s big enough to easily handle without being difficult to maneuver. It comes with different power levels, including a 50% mode, so you can adjust the brightness based on your needs.
SeaLife Sea Dragon Mini 650
Due to its compact build, this light is easy to operate using one hand. Also, it can be adjusted from 120- to 150-degrees. The 120-degree setting comes in handy when the water is muddy. It is an ideal dive light for spear fishing as the light maintains consistent brightness.
Dive Rite LX20
This dive light is a little heavier and bulkier than the others on this list, but it is easier to carry because it comes with a wrist belt that fits perfectly on your hand. The light shade is good and provides a concentrated beam of 60-degrees, making it an ideal dive light for spear fishing.
Because you want to keep both hands free as much as possible, look in to mounting a primary light on your head, and keeping a secondary light, like the Scubapro Nova 720, in your pocket.