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  1. #11
    May look something like this...

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koki Barrels View Post
    She's 13' and weighs in at 1,000 lbs...and they said she'd been spotted close to Assateague shores for a while.
    That's one big assawoman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koki Barrels View Post
    May look something like this...
    yeah that. ever since they stampeded on my kids' tricycle ...i've wanted to see them 'get theirs.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koki Barrels View Post
    May look something like this...
    Don't the Fijians know the proper way to chum?

  5. #15
    We have tigers up here every summer. few and far between, but they're here. A few caught out in Montauk the last few weeks

    Quote Originally Posted by Koki Barrels View Post
    Yeah, my biscuits. I am a little shocked that a 13' Tiger is in the bay , though and up this far north, I thought they stayed south.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    We have tigers up here every summer. few and far between, but they're here. A few caught out in Montauk the last few weeks
    Any big 'uns?

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    Now, I'm not saying it's not the shark. It probably is, Martin, it probably is! It's a man eater, it's extremely rare for these waters, but the fact is, the bite radius on this animal is different than the wounds on the victim. I just- I wanna be sure. You wanna be sure, we all wanna be sure,

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    I was following a great white for a minute and saw some pings over land. Makes me wonder how pinpoint accurate this is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeroevol View Post
    I was following a great white for a minute and saw some pings over land. Makes me wonder how pinpoint accurate this is
    could be hanging by its tail in some guys yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeroevol View Post
    I was following a great white for a minute and saw some pings over land. Makes me wonder how pinpoint accurate this is
    From Ocearch.com

    Why did the shark ping on land?

    When the shark's fin breaks the surface, sometimes it is for a very short time which effects the accuracy of the ping. There is a classification system that rates the quality of the ping as follows:

    Class 3: better than 250 m radius
    Class 2: better than 500 m radius
    Class 1: better than 1500 m radius
    Class 0: over 1500 m radius
    Class A,B,Z = no accuracy could be calculated

    For example, when you see a ping on land that is close to the shore, the shark is more than likely swimming along that shore.