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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by HollowDaze View Post
    Funny you should mention skates. I was out at the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse this morning and I saw a skate about 4 feet wide leap several feet out of the water like it was flying. I have never seen anything like that before anywhere.


    i saw this in costa rica last year when i was the only one in the line up for like 200 yards and ive never been so scared in my life at first i had no idea what it was and i paddled harder than i ever had before to the beach. it couldve been a stingray though b.c i dont think they have skates in costa i could be wrong

  2. #12
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    anyone hear or see this? crazy theres only 350 of them in the ocean it looks like a dinosaur

    http://www.delmarvanow.com/article/2.../DCP01/7070301

  3. #13
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    Too Much Sealife?

    .....WE"RE ALL GONNA DIE!!!!! (...eventually.... from something!)

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by chadbrochill93 View Post
    anyone hear or see this? crazy theres only 350 of them in the ocean it looks like a dinosaur

    http://www.delmarvanow.com/article/2.../DCP01/7070301
    that thing is huge! any idea how big they can get?

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by chadbrochill93 View Post
    anyone hear or see this? crazy theres only 350 of them in the ocean it looks like a dinosaur

    http://www.delmarvanow.com/article/2.../DCP01/7070301
    Correction: 349.

    I like jellyfish, anyone seen some yet?

  6. #16
    Yes I saw alot of sealife around Assateague. I surfed over a bunch of skates on takeoffs. They're cool to watch surf as well. A little freaky but cool! They look so much like sand sharks because of their color. Thank goodness for all the dolphins. Master surfers. Havnt seen any jellies yet except a few dead ones. The ocean needs them as a part of the chain but they're annoying.

  7. #17
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    is it legal to fish for sharks in MD?