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  1. Thread: sharrrrkkkk

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    Chatham Whites

    Went to a discussion last year with the biologist who helped shepard the female white from the Woods Hole lagoon and consulted with Discovery for Shark Week. When asked where he felt the first...
  2. Thread: sharrrrkkkk

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    btw...White sharks don't go after seals until...

    btw...White sharks don't go after seals until they (the shark) are at least 10 -12 foot long. Shark Week this week talks about the white shark population within the context of the Monomoy island seal...
  3. Thread: sharrrrkkkk

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    They're heeere...

    Ladies n' Gentlemen, There are two significant breeding areas of Gray seal now established on the East Coast. One is on Muskeget Island, south of Cape Cod and the other is on Monomoy island on the...
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    6'-2" to 6'-4" (150 - 180 lb) Webber afterburner...

    6'-2" to 6'-4" (150 - 180 lb) Webber afterburner SLX. Lots of pop, flat enough, but rides the steeps quite nicely. Second option is my trusty 6'-9" rounded pin! Can't beat it for getting in early on...
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    Anyone who was on that boat for the first Cortes...

    Anyone who was on that boat for the first Cortes bank mission! That happened when the internet was somewhat "new" and that first video footage remains seared in my memory banks. Of the non-heroic...
  6. Thread: Board Ding

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    epoxy ding

    no need to take it to the "shop". just buy an epoxy ding stick. It has the catalyst and the filler in one piece. Just cut off enough to fill the hole, knead it, push it in and sand it. Marine...
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    If you are on the cape, only the east facing...

    If you are on the cape, only the east facing shores pick up any kind of groundswell. Judging by the forecast, there's going to be a nice 3 to 3.5' @ 10 sec. swell in the water through the weekend...
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