Spearfishing Photos



We will be honored by anyone interested in submitting Spearfishing Images for our website, so "please submit them!"

It's always great to see what you’re spearing and where exactly you're doing it.

Include the Names of Spearos, Species Taken, Location and Date to go with every image submitted!

You can fill out our Exclusive E-Mail Listing Contact Form and submit them to us instantly.




Gary Aleman with 3 Tautogs and 1 Flounder. All in the first hour at Cedar Beach, Mount Sinai. October 2004

Back To Top




Gary Aleman with gut shot Fluke, Ponquogue Bridge. September 2004.

Back To Top




Gary Aleman on left, Alex Moy on right. Gary nailed his first ever Tautog, the Big Boy on the right and Alex nailed the two Tautogs on the left at Cedar Beach Mt. Sinai. October 2003.

Back To Top




Gary Aleman with first Striped Bass, 29", from the Ponquogue Bridge. Stoned him in in 27' of water between the wooden pilings on the South side of the bridge. September 2004.

Back To Top




Oscar Chiesa with a 15" Flounder and a 14" Tautog taken at Oak Beach. May 21, 2005.

Back To Top




Oscar Chiesa when not spearing pulls a 6lb. Lobster off the Irma C. wreck 115' down. June 9, 2005

Back To Top




Oscar Chiesa nailed this 28" Striped Bass with a 90cm Omer T20 from 12' away, off the cement pilings of the Ponquogue Bridge. June 11, 2005.

Back To Top




Oscar Chiesa shoots these 18" & 23" Flukes as they were swimming. Shots taken from 9' to 10' away using an Omer 90cm T20. Oak Beach - June 15, 2005.

Back To Top




David Anschel Nails A Halibut With A Pole Spear In California. 2004

Back To Top




Gary Aleman gets a 19" Fluke 10'off the tip of the East Jetty, Mt. Sinai. June 10, 2005.

Back To Top




If you ever see this passing by, it's us!

Extreme Spearfishing!

Back To Top




Gary - A.K.A. G-Man brings home these 19 1/2" and 21 1/2" Flukes from Oak Beach. June 17, 2005

Back To Top




G-Man and David Anschel with a 28" Striped Bass from the Ponquogue Bridge. June 18, 2005.

Back To Top




G-Man with another 28" Striped Bass from the Ponquogue Bridge! "When the Bigger Bass show up, I'll be waiting!" Taken in 3 1/2' of water June 23, 2005.

Back To Top




Josh Larsen with a Beautiful Wahoo he got in 120' of water with a reel gun! Summer in Florida - 2004.

Back To Top




Alex Moy with a 23" Fluke taken from the Ponquogue Bridge using an Omer T20 Carbon Mimetic Med 100cm Speargun. June 30, 2005.

Back To Top




Mikhail Kisin at Horton Point with a 34", 15lb. Striped Bass and 4 Tautogs. October 2004.

Back To Top




Captain Ken with a 34", 16lb. Striped Bass aboard the Jean Marie in East Hampton. October 2003. God Rest His Soul!

Back To Top




Chuck Neri with a nice Tautog taken using an Omer Master 16, during the 2004 Season. Gotta Love It!

Back To Top




Carlo Lanza, left, with a Nice, Fat 46", 34lb. Striped Bass and Stefan Ionescu, right, with a Fatty 43", 28lb. Striped Bass. Taken from the Fire Island Inlet, April, 2004.

Back To Top




Stefan Ionescu with a Sweet Pair of Striped Bass taken from the Moriches Inlet. One just over and one just under 40". July 4, 2005.

Back To Top




Mikhail Kisin with 2 Striped Bass, 42", 25lb. and 29", 11lb. Taken from the Ponquogue Bridge June, 2005.

Back To Top




Mikhail Kisin with another nice Striped Bass, 42", 30lb. Taken at Stony Brook, July, 2005.

Back To Top




People ask me if I can see in these waters, and with Thanks To Mikhail Kisin this is what it looks like on a Bad Day at the Moriches Inlet. July 2005.

Back To Top




Carlo Lanza on left and Little Lou Cersosim on right. Even though I don't have the pictures yet, Lou ended up with the Biggest Fish on the boat. A 38lb. Striped Bass! July 17, 2005. I'm still waiting for that Picture Boys!!!

Back To Top




Here goes the Boys off of Orient Point July 17, 2005. From left to right Big Dave Abel, Fish Slayer-Carlo Lanza, Mr. Mortin, Sweet Stefan Ionescu, Victor El Guapo and The Master-Little Lou Cersosim! Six Striped Bass landed, Hell Of A Job That Day Boys!

Back To Top




A Quick Tip! Don't forget to re-charge your camera!!! Thanks Boys! It was great going out off of Orient Point!!! July 17, 2005.

Back To Top




Here are just a few of the Triggers taken from the Moriches Inlet. July 24, 2005.

Back To Top




Here's G-Man with a Sweet Striper Taken from the Moriches Inlet. July 24, 2005.

Back To Top




If you ever see this passing by, it's us!

Extreme Spearfishing!

Back To Top


Copyright © 2004 - 2014 - Extreme Spearfishing. All Rights Reserved.