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First Look: Potential World Record Mako Shark

First Look: Potential World Record Mako Shark

The epic battle lasted more than two hours. When it was done, a new potential world record mako shark lay boatside.
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from joshtbrown wrote 11 weeks 2 days ago

Could you imagine driving down the road and you pull up at a stoplight next to a truck hauling a massive mako on a jet ski trailer..........

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from Bobbyleebobo wrote 16 weeks 5 days ago

Our fishing, and hunting regulations have done more good for fish, and game, populations than any green nut jobs can understand! That's a proven fact, however, there are unlawful fish, and game, taken all the time. Like the 2nd amendment misconception, law abiding citizens aren't the problem!

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from Bobbyleebobo wrote 16 weeks 5 days ago

Our fishing, and hunting regulations have done more good for fish, and game, populations than any green nut jobs can understand! That's a proven fact, however, there are unlawful fish, and game, taken all the time. Like the 2nd amendment misconception, law abiding citizens aren't the problem!

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from Bobbyleebobo wrote 16 weeks 5 days ago

The why kill a shark crowd, have no idea how many sharks are in the ocean, they just speculate, and make an ass of themselves!

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from Carro wrote 42 weeks 3 days ago

I guess outdoorsmen haven't heard the news about shark numbers plummeting. I can see how you'd miss that. A huge female like this would produce a great many pups, helping replenish the oceans. Instead, it's gone and all we've got left is this ignoramus who thinks did something brave or worthwhile. Dumb, dumb, dumb.

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from LovesOutdoors wrote 1 year 5 weeks ago

California residents love surfing at night in the same dangerous ocean with these monster sharks loring below their surf board.
Bon Appetit!

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from northtowntv wrote 1 year 6 weeks ago

Not exactly laying boatside, but I'm sure it was "epic".

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from ndon1 wrote 1 year 6 weeks ago

Why didn't you let the shark go and let someone else catch it another day. What a waste!

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from wartiger57 wrote 1 year 6 weeks ago

Awesome catch! We boated a huge bull shark in Daytona last week and it was a load. Can't imagine one that big. Que the "why would you kill a shark" crowd in three...two...one...

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from wartiger57 wrote 1 year 6 weeks ago

Awesome catch! We boated a huge bull shark in Daytona last week and it was a load. Can't imagine one that big. Que the "why would you kill a shark" crowd in three...two...one...

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from ndon1 wrote 1 year 6 weeks ago

Why didn't you let the shark go and let someone else catch it another day. What a waste!

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from Carro wrote 42 weeks 3 days ago

I guess outdoorsmen haven't heard the news about shark numbers plummeting. I can see how you'd miss that. A huge female like this would produce a great many pups, helping replenish the oceans. Instead, it's gone and all we've got left is this ignoramus who thinks did something brave or worthwhile. Dumb, dumb, dumb.

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from Bobbyleebobo wrote 16 weeks 5 days ago

Our fishing, and hunting regulations have done more good for fish, and game, populations than any green nut jobs can understand! That's a proven fact, however, there are unlawful fish, and game, taken all the time. Like the 2nd amendment misconception, law abiding citizens aren't the problem!

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from northtowntv wrote 1 year 6 weeks ago

Not exactly laying boatside, but I'm sure it was "epic".

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from Bobbyleebobo wrote 16 weeks 5 days ago

The why kill a shark crowd, have no idea how many sharks are in the ocean, they just speculate, and make an ass of themselves!

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from Bobbyleebobo wrote 16 weeks 5 days ago

Our fishing, and hunting regulations have done more good for fish, and game, populations than any green nut jobs can understand! That's a proven fact, however, there are unlawful fish, and game, taken all the time. Like the 2nd amendment misconception, law abiding citizens aren't the problem!

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from joshtbrown wrote 11 weeks 2 days ago

Could you imagine driving down the road and you pull up at a stoplight next to a truck hauling a massive mako on a jet ski trailer..........

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from LovesOutdoors wrote 1 year 5 weeks ago

California residents love surfing at night in the same dangerous ocean with these monster sharks loring below their surf board.
Bon Appetit!

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