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    All jokes aside...and I realize this happened 30 miles offshore, but we, the Northeast people who value our time I the ocean need to make a stand against whatever organization helped to stop the seal killing off of Nova Scotia.

    While I am not for killing animals, the population needs to be controlled...the alternative is not going to be fun for any of us.

    Preserving human life needs to be top priority, my answer is not to kill whitey, but rather whitey's food source.

    If anyone on here has information on who is responsible for the end of seal killing in Nova Scotia, please inform us.

    If there is anything that all of us surfers in the Northeast can agree on and band together for...
    This issue is of utmost importance.

    If we stand by and do nothing, we're going to end up being hors devours.

  2. #12
    they be nearer than you think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archy View Post
    they be closer than you think.
    Quote Originally Posted by kipgliues View Post
    they be nearer than you think.
    Again kip, too many transport chips.

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    Koki, what about California? Are there really Great Whites in the "Red Triangle"? Seals? Sea Lions? Sea Otters? Surfers?
    How's that working out?
    I heard if you want to surf in California, you may as well jump into a wood chipper because the sharks will shred you anyway. That's why west coast line-ups are totally deserted. The Pacific is like a Gremlin blender for humans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koki Barrels View Post
    All jokes aside...and I realize this happened 30 miles offshore, but we, the Northeast people who value our time I the ocean need to make a stand against whatever organization helped to stop the seal killing off of Nova Scotia.

    While I am not for killing animals, the population needs to be controlled...the alternative is not going to be fun for any of us.

    Preserving human life needs to be top priority, my answer is not to kill whitey, but rather whitey's food source.

    If anyone on here has information on who is responsible for the end of seal killing in Nova Scotia, please inform us.

    If there is anything that all of us surfers in the Northeast can agree on and band together for...
    This issue is of utmost importance.

    If we stand by and do nothing, we're going to end up being hors devours.
    while what you are saying may ring true for some, I think the problem at hand doesn't lie within the seals over population or the more food = more sharks equation, but rather overdevelopment and over fishing of natural habitat, forcing food sources into concentrated areas.

    Sure if we saw an increase in fatal attacks up here, people may respond differently, however since the beginning of time people have always been attacked by wildlife, there just happens to be more media looking for the next dramatic story to cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post
    Some crazy footage... Would have been cool to be in the boat to see... Not on a surfboard tho...
    they had a big enough boat.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    Just remember. They were 30 miles offshore and shark fishing with chum... "He ripped our chum bag off" OMG
    Moral of the story: Don't hook a chum bag on your surfboard.

    Whiteys go everywhere. Get used to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    Again kip, too many transport chips.
    lol, transport chips

    wtf is up with this clown?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koki Barrels View Post
    All jokes aside...and I realize this happened 30 miles offshore, but we, the Northeast people who value our time I the ocean need to make a stand against whatever organization helped to stop the seal killing off of Nova Scotia.

    While I am not for killing animals, the population needs to be controlled...the alternative is not going to be fun for any of us.

    Preserving human life needs to be top priority, my answer is not to kill whitey, but rather whitey's food source.

    If anyone on here has information on who is responsible for the end of seal killing in Nova Scotia, please inform us.

    If there is anything that all of us surfers in the Northeast can agree on and band together for...
    This issue is of utmost importance.

    If we stand by and do nothing, we're going to end up being hors devours.
    I completely agree, humans come first. We've created a bit of a problem here though... by letting the seal population grow over the past couple decades and laying off the shark hunting... we have a large population of both. If we reduce the number of seals, that only means we'll have some big hungry sharks right off the coastline..... not a great scenario. Thanks a lot you moron conservationists that are out there.

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    Fitz, I posted a link to the initial instagram photo of this yesterday on your thread about hurricane season, but I guess nobody saw it.

    http://gawker.com/fishermen-catch-gr...ens-1595238200

    baby GW caught less than a mile off of Rockaway