Zapping Lionfish via suppressed Glocks

One of the most controversial fish in the waters around Florida these days is the invasive lionfish. Released by aquarium owners and others who didn’t want them anymore, they can lay millions of eggs and have few natural predators in the Gulf.

Courtland Hunt, a spearfisherman with Go Fish Productions out of Anna Maria Island, documented their on-going sea hunt between man and lionfish with gently modified Gen 3 Glock 17s, lead-free ammo and underwater suppressors (which do nothing to quiet the Sara McGlockland above water).

Here’s the gist in the below video and more in my column at

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