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Dolphin launching a fish over a bridge

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That’s a flying fish! Lol. Dolphins are cool. The tail slapping their doing stuns the fish, makes them easier to catch. That video shows it pretty good too. 

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Amazing animals.  I have seen them on the feed in shallow water.  It is pretty cool to watch, but definately blows up you spot of a while, lol.

 

Trying to site fish permit and two dolphins came by creating a ruckus.  Had to fire up the motor and move elseware....

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Yeah, sure we think dolphins are cute, but to other fish, they are complete D!cks.

there has been sooo many times when one of those shark posers blitz my yak like a crazed freight train, tearing up the reds, scaring living crap out of me. Nothing like a giant fin coming at you at a hundred miles an hour.

I would gladly pay for a dolphin burger - one less chess player.

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On 9/20/2021 at 4:37 AM, Jason B said:

Yeah, sure we think dolphins are cute, but to other fish, they are complete D!cks.

there has been sooo many times when one of those shark posers blitz my yak like a crazed freight train, tearing up the reds, scaring living crap out of me. Nothing like a giant fin coming at you at a hundred miles an hour.

I would gladly pay for a dolphin burger - one less chess player.

Hah! I LOLed 

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It's very common to see them surfing in the waves in Southern California and unlike humans, they never miss a wave!

 

 

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Got to admit tail slapping is effective, and different species of fish and whales have their own method.

 

I do love watching a thresher go all "Indiana Jones" on a school of baitfish.

THAT'S impressive.

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