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2 hours ago, chumfish said:

They’ve always been there.  Where’s @Wire For Fire ?
 

Had those pics sent to me earlier today 

 

Them bite marks I don’t think are browns (sandbars) . Those are much wider larger bites .but possible . Prob small 100-125ish  white shark is my best guess and obviously two different sharks bit it .  But yea they always near shore somewhere . And if the water clear and warm anything is possible 

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3 mins ago, Wire For Fire said:

Had those pics sent to me earlier today 

 

Them bite marks I don’t think are browns (sandbars) . Those are much wider larger bites .but possible . Prob small 100-125ish  white shark is my best guess and obviously two different sharks bit it .  But yea they always near shore somewhere . And if the water clear and warm anything is possible 

If that’s a mussel shell for scale, we’re not impressed. :D

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1 hour ago, TimS said:

That ray looks sad :( 

 

 

Kinda defeated like ...

 

 

 

It was always fun to pencil pop big blues in the Shinnecock inlet and just pull up the head plus 8 inches with the yellow eyes rolling and blood squirting out where the body should be .. Good times, good times ....

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Coupla weeks ago a guy with a pontoon boat was drifting through a narrow cut (Massey's ditch) in Rehoboth Bay and felt a bump on the boat. He thought he had drifted over a marker buoy but instead there was a large hammer head stuck between the pontoons .

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11 hours ago, Bernie12 said:

looks like someone might be  effing with everyone on the beach... thats a hard skin fish to get such a clean bite out of

I don't think it would be tough at all for most sharks to take a cookie-cutter bite out of a ray - many species of shark can take a bite out of a turtle's shell. 

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