after surfing frisco in late august I feel like I should order a chain meal wetsuit. The shark population is TOO DAMN HIGH
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Thread: Seeing More Sharks!
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oops, forgot a le_er
May 24, 2013, 03:02 PM #15Member
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May 24, 2013, 03:25 PM #16
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mail_(armour) Though I kinda like the chain meal thing better in this case. Perhaps somebody can start a new wetsuit line reinforced with chain mail. Be kinda heavy though. Maybe kevlar would work.
I've been seeing more sushi eaters down here in way South Florida as well. Little 2-3 footer in 2 feet of water last weekend and a 4-5 footer a bit further out the week before. Plenty of spinners a month or two back. Didn't used to see them much before but I've been in the water a lot more lately.
I'll be in Buxton in early July. Hope I don't become a chain meal myself...
May 24, 2013, 03:28 PM #17
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May 24, 2013, 03:35 PM #18
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Large fin seen in Loch Arbor/Asbury just this morning. By all accounts it wasn't a dolphin.
Looking for bennies no doubt...
Wow, according to this thread Jersey is pretty sharky. Or wait, could be a scare tactic to clear the lineups......
Listen in Spring them white sharks come into certain inlets and into the bays in Jersey. They give some birth there. Like, the inlet south of LBI, they love that place. And the water stayed mo colder this spring than usual so they out there right now, and will be leaving for Cape Cod in a few weeks. If you don't believe me ax that dude from The Marine Mammal Stranding place. He'll tell you the same thing I did. And he's knows everything about what is floating or submerged off the Jersey coast. Right now there is some white shark chick giving birthin to some little white shark dude in an inlet/bay area right by YOU.