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Did not see the shark  .  Undoubtedly it was a brown shark.  I lost two fish last year to brown sharks that I did see.  I also hooked up on one by mistake (eeling) which spooled me on 40#  PP sized tackle.  Goes with the "territory", I guess.  Therefore, unfortunately, I have had some experience with this process.  When I am hooked up to what takes off like a freight train-- it is no longer a Bass of My Life:  It is a seal or a shark.  I haven't had the additional woe of hooking up to rays, etc.

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Alan.  I was off Nomans today cbass fishing when a thresher shark chased a hooked fish to the surface but missed it  good thing it was 6-7 ft long with a 4 ft tail  lots of sharks out there now  also I’m catching trigger fish too 

 

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Love these pics! With the towel around the neck it looks like a ruff collar they use to wear back in the day. Ten times better the all the big fish pose pictures people put out nowadays. :) 

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15 hours ago, sauerkraut said:

Did not see the shark  .  Undoubtedly it was a brown shark.  I lost two fish last year to brown sharks that I did see.  I also hooked up on one by mistake (eeling) which spooled me on 40#  PP sized tackle.  Goes with the "territory", I guess.  Therefore, unfortunately, I have had some experience with this process.  When I am hooked up to what takes off like a freight train-- it is no longer a Bass of My Life:  It is a seal or a shark.  I haven't had the additional woe of hooking up to rays, etc.

Thanks. 

 

That really is a great pic! I'd frame the pic & have that mounted on a big board. Then have the missing part painted on the board.  

 

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