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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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    Default Re: The big 'ens are in early this year

    Quote Originally Posted by swirlchaser View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by nickj View Post
    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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    Default Re: The big 'ens are in early this year

    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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    Default Re: The big 'ens are in early this year

    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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    I like this site
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    Default Re: The big 'ens are in early this year

    Quote Originally Posted by ditz View Post
    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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