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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by Betty, Jun 22, 2016.
Heads up DPSUP
maybe Florida should have a sale on shark repellant leashes! scary stats come out of that area!
That's actually a spot I have spent a lot of time at lol but at least he didn't need to go to the hospital, seems minor. I didn't see any fins this morning, or even the last time out either I don't believe. Always there though.
the, horror... the, horror
Well, they don't even know what bit him. Maybe it was a sand dollar. HA HA HA
One photo on Facebook was a close up of the wounds. It looked nasty.
Everything is more dramatic on Facebook.
one in Myrtle also
mang the whole country is sharky as **** sometimes i feel its not if but when is my foot going to get nailed.
I've had more things hitting my leg/feet lately than I ever have had in the past. I just tell myself it was a bluefish or a striper. yup, that's what it was!
sht i ment to say county delaware isnt crazy with sharks like down here, but i would like to catch some stripper man thats some good eating.
Careful of the STDs bruh
Hey, we have our share, we had 1 last year. HA HA HA
I think NC had something in the double digits last year? (my numbers could be off) But yeah, you win!
it could be clever publicity leading up to Sharknado 4
Regardless of what the news story said, this is a trip to the hospital.
YEs sir, that def is!
I would go just to fend off any possible infection
officials are now searching for the shark, so far they have caught and killed several but without dna they are committed to hunt down every last apex predator(except wayne) until they find the one that bit the latest victim . And BTW stay out of the water for 30 minutes after a shark sighting and then it's safe to go back in!
Thanks CJ, that's the photo I saw on FB. Looks pretty nasty.
For sure. No way that he didn't go to the hospital... That's a nasty nibble.