just adds another element to fishing in a yak i love it.., if you see one you will have a story to tell for life ,if it eats you your tombstone could be epic.i posted on this awhile back about frustration fishing the outer beaches on the cape and if you were lucky enough to get a fish in recent years from shore, your chances of getting it to shore without a seal ripping it to pieces you were lucky.(in some areas more than others )i started wondering then when they were going to show up in force.for every shark reported ,who knows how many more there are that go undetected by humans.i expect these sightings to be almost a daily happening from now till water temps make it intolerable for them . i wish them happy hunting so long as no people wind up on the menu,
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