Whoa, I didn't know Florida is in the lead for attacks. They're out there. Seems like I see them every time I've been out this summer. They seem kinda shy though. They swim away if I move toward them.
When I was a kid, I was told they are more scared of you than you are of them. I paddle towards the fin, because the fin won't be in the same place once I get there. All joking aside, the most predictable thing about sharks is their unpredictability. If the sun is overhead, and the water is clear, and their is no birds bombing bait, you are pretty safe. But you never know...Duh Duh ...Duh Duh... DuhDuhDuhDuhDuhDuh! I still think I-95 during rush hour is way worse than a bunch of spinners in a school of mullet. Be safe!
why? are the sharks aware of the dangers of being on the receiving end of the fitzpedo?
Well, Seldom took care of this, but I guess I'm obligated to chime in. Fitz doesn't have to worry aboot sharks or anything else related to the ocean because he never surfs. He stated in late spring that he hadn't surfed since before Superstorm Sandy. Then recently stated he has only surfed three times this summer.
Of course surfing to him is two foot mush on his log........clipping ten-year-olds, who have no respect for him and drop-in on him, optional......Dude, you get droped-in on by ten-year-olds.
Fitz, keep taking cheap shots at me on a computer. You know everything I say is true, so this is your reaction. Instead of hassling me, may I suggest you actually start surfing. Take a break from this site for a few months and paddle out in anything rideable. Then you can come back and hassle me and actually be relevant. Good luck.
And Fitz there's a BIG difference between anger/disgust and whinning. If I had my way I'd dispose of all the hobbyists.