Riffe’s Ice Pick Slip Tip Assembly Used for shooting larger fish and helps prevent shaft bending and fish tearout. Unique milled pocket design keeps crimp level for a low profile, streamlined spear. Created for less resistance though the water while maintaining accuracy. Made from Heat Treated 17-4 PH Stainless Steel bar stock, machined on our state of the art CNC (Computer Numerical Controlled) Vertical Machining and Turning Centers. Anti-locking tapered Adapter.

Standard with new Tandum Slide Ring, a swedged stainless steel ball stop at the end of the cable enables the slide ring to exit the fish without hangup. Sub-Mini and Mini Ice Pick tip includes Nylon coated 485 lb. 1/16 (1.9mm) Hi-Flex Coated Cable 7×19. Standard Ice Pick tip includes 500 lb. 1/16″ (1.9mm) S.S. Coated Cable 7×7. Spectra line upgrade available.

Available sizes:

Sub Mini Ice Pick – 17/64″ (6.75mm) H-0010 ; 9/32″(7.1mm) H-0011
Mini Ice Pick – 17/64″ (6.75mm) H-0010 ; 9/32″(7.1mm) H-0011 ; 19/64″(7.5mm) H-1021 ; 5/16″(8mm) H-1028
Ice Pick – 9/32″(7.1mm) H-1022 ; 5/16″(8mm) 24″thrd H-1015 ; 5/16″(8mm) 6mm thrd H-1024 ; 11/32″(8.7mm) 24″thrd H-1011 ; 3/8″(9.5mm) 24″thrd H-1020

  • Tri-Cut Ice Pick Slip Tips available in Mini and Standard Ice Pick Slip Tip.



A. Loop Slide Rings:
Available Sizes: 9/32″ (7.1 mm), 5/16″ (8.0 mm), 11/32″(8.7 mm), 3/8″ (9.5 mm)

B. Tandem Slide Rings: Stainless Steel Tandem Slide Rings allow a shorter overhang on shaft. Featured on Mini Ice Pick.
Available Sizes: 17/64″ (6.75 mm), 9/32″ (7.1 mm), 5/16″ (8 mm), 11/32″ (8.7 mm), 3/8″ (9.5 mm)


RIFFE Spear Tips
A. Small 2-barbed Tip Needle Point (6mm thread) – 5/16”(8mm) diameter (H-1000)
B. Medium 2-barbed Tip Needle Point (6mm thread) – 3/8”(9.5mm) diameter (H-1005)
C. Large 2-barbed Tip Quad Cut (5/16”-24 thread) – 7/16”(11mm) diameter (H-1010)


Medium / Large Barbs for Spearheads:


In Jay’s days of participating in spearfishing competitions, he eventually was saddened by the amount of fish that were taken, both large and small. Jay recognized the devastating effects. There would be none left for the future generations. This shaped his vision to adopt the practice of taking only what is needed for consumption.

“All divers should protect the waters they swim and hunt in, ensuring future divers the experience and excitement of freediving that I’ve had over the past seventy years. I strive to produce high quality, spearfishing and diving equipment capable of handling any condition. Selective Divers set their sights on those few prize fish for consumption. Be Selective, Fish for the Future.”  – Jay Riffe