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Old 06-07-2013, 01:26 PM
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Default The big 'ens are in early this year

And so another sharking season begins, a few weeks early this year
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And so another sharking season begins, a few weeks early this year
http://www.mycentraljersey.com/artic...-stuns-anglers
Ha! Wow! I used to teach at a friend's dive shop in Neptune, we did shore dives all over that area. A blue water shark that close in...!!! Mako steaks on the grill...mmm, mmm.
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Ha! Wow! I used to teach at a friend's dive shop in Neptune, we did shore dives all over that area. A blue water shark that close in...!!! Mako steaks on the grill...mmm, mmm.
They're lucky the didn't end up as fisherman steaks on the water!
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Since the shark jumped into the boat, does that mean it was taken "on the fly"? This was taken off Huntington Beach, CA last week. milt 1,300-pound shark caught off Huntington Beach could be record - latimes.com
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You think those big smiles they are sporting in the doc picture were in evidence when the shark jumped into the boat? .....I doubt it very much
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You think those big smiles they are sporting in the doc picture were in evidence when the shark jumped into the boat? .....I doubt it very much
I saw the boat after it happened, they sail out of my marina. It definitely jumped into the boat, ate all the front cushions, a rod, a brush handle and left a few teeth in the gunnels.
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