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    the Ocean County Shark!!!

    get those feet up out of the water!

    http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/201...l#incart_river

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    Gotta be a Squatch....

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    "That brings the schools of fish, and the schools of fish bring the sharks: whites, makos, tigers, bulls, sand tigers, dogfish and the occasional blue."

    I liked this comment. If it's anything the bait brings dogfish, threshers, makos, blue's and the occasional white or tiger.

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    I like the title of this thread: THE Ocean County Shark. As if this was the only one (it probably is)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    "That brings the schools of fish, and the schools of fish bring the sharks: whites, makos, tigers, bulls, sand tigers, dogfish and the occasional blue."

    I liked this comment. If it's anything the bait brings dogfish, threshers, makos, blue's and the occasional white or tiger.
    Indeed. I thought the same when I read that. The swim fin looked a bit jagged for a shark bite too.
    I surfed that exact location 3 times in the past 10 days actually, and it seemed mellow. I think a few blue fish could do that to a swim fin in a split second and some big ones were reported early in the week a little further north.
    Last edited by Doug; Nov 10, 2013 at 02:56 PM. Reason: Swim fin

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    there is always sharks out there, its the ocean after all

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    http://www.surfermag.com/features/shark-attack-reunion/

    Funniest thing I read in a long time:

    “For now, we have to trust in our love of the ocean to solve this,” he added. “We must find a solution to live together with the sharks.”

    Yes, hold the sharks' side fin and sing kumbaya with them...they'll understand.....

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    saw a shark wednesday mid afternoon while surfing solo. steady onshore breeze. saw it once for a second 100 ft away. saw it a second time much closer heading my direction cruising w fin up. needless to say i paddled in as quick and discreet as i could. can anyone id the shark? brownish, murky colored fin. had a bit of a spine with it. in comparison to the fin, i'd say the shark was atleast 4 ft maybe up to 6ft...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Voltron View Post
    i paddled in as quick and discreet as i could.
    lol.... exactly how does one paddle in descreetly? what were you whistling pretending to mind your own business while you paddled???

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    your a flamer ... just looking for the type of shark