WHEN READY TO USE YOUR REEF HOOK, FOL­LOW TH­ESE SIM­PLE STEPS:

Scuba Diver Australasia + Ocean Planet - - Scuba 101 -

IDEN­TIFY A HOOK SPOT

Look for an area of the reef with­out too much live coral and some solid, an­chored rocks

HOOK IN

At­tach your reef hook to a piece of rock or rub­ble and give it a tug to make sure that it’s se­cure be­fore let­ting go

LENGTHEN LINE

Slowly ex­tend the line by let­ting out the daisy chain or un­wind­ing the line

IN­FLATE BCD

When you lengthen the line, make sure to add a few puffs of air to the BCD. This will help you rise above the reef while hooked in, lim­it­ing any po­ten­tial dam­age to the coral

TAKE IT ALL IN

En­joy the spec­ta­cle tak­ing place be­fore your eyes with­out having to grab onto the reef or kick stren­u­ously

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