Yep, my most threatening close encounters with wildlife while fishing have been the two legged variety. Life and limb is getting cheaper by the day in the USA. Guy got murdered then beheaded at one launch I have used.
I’m curious about how she was able to identify it as a Black Widow bite. I’ve had a few nasty bites and reactions over the years but haven’t been able to identify what it was that bit me.I agree the two legged critters are the ones most dangerous down here in Florida.
Although, the eight legged ones can be troublesome also. My wife was doing yard work and a Black Widow bit her on her back. She went through lots of pain and various medical treatments.
Maybe it's just my imagination, but it does seem like we are seeing a few more crocs on the southern Gulf coast, south of Everglades City.I fish basically in salt water. Have seen gators in brackish water.
What is more of a concern is crocodiles in southern Florida. Didn't believe, or want to believe pictures seen. Then saw film from a news crew. Crocodile on Miami Beach.