July 17, 2019 at 12:26 pm #44827
paging hardcoresharkhunterRI , cleanup in aisle 1ShareJuly 17, 2019 at 12:45 pm #44829
we need Shark Hunter in hereShareJuly 17, 2019 at 12:48 pm #44830
Lol He would break the forum!ShareJuly 17, 2019 at 1:09 pm #44833
ValhallallaGromShareJuly 17, 2019 at 1:19 pm #44834
Scroll around on the map in this link. These are the just the sightings in the last 48 hours… I think yesterday a few beaches were closed for at least an hour yesterday, and that seems to be the m.o. the last few days.
And I read another article this morning (Boston Herald) where the scientist (Dr. Skomal) says the numbers are already up over last year at this time.ShareJuly 17, 2019 at 3:19 pm #44869
Good work Valhallalla!
Capecodcdog that is nuts, hopefully everybody stays safe up there this year.ShareJuly 17, 2019 at 6:31 pm #44917
Words been out among Mr. Grey for a while now and it’s a free for all. Their changing their hunting tactics to adapt to the environment as they have every place they live. And if anyone’s never seen how many seals there are now? It’s just like South Africa in some parts. Seriously. Crazy. Anyone surfing there has seriously big balls or a serious mental defect… or probably both lolShareJuly 18, 2019 at 11:11 am #45030
Cape Cod has no shark problem. It has a seal problem. Seal be gone/shark be gone.ShareJuly 18, 2019 at 11:15 am #45035
Agreed Barry, it’s all about that food source.ShareJuly 18, 2019 at 3:22 pm #45083
That’s the hard truth, but you’d think you were crazy telling people that… according to them, we’ve always had these sharks around, we just notice them now. Anyway, there’s been talk about how the seal pop has grown so fast that food source depletion is happening so there will be starvation, disease and die off of pretty significant numbers and then you may see some measure of control but as long as their on the cape, the white sharks will stay as oBarry said. It’s crazy how many more there are though…ShareJuly 18, 2019 at 4:12 pm #45092
And the seals and sharks think there is a human problem. One thing is for sure, the bait fish hate everyone.ShareJuly 19, 2019 at 3:14 pm #45217
Fuck SharkHunter we need SealHunter up in this motherfucker! Seals are such little pussies, always poking their gay little heads up on the surface. Peak a boo its me, go fuck yourself – gay little Seals.
And then they have the audacity to sunbathe on the beach and as soon as you get within 50 feet of their precious space they flop their fat vaginas back into the surf. There almost as bad as short bitches that try to surf in suites that dont fit. Now dont get me started on that.ShareJuly 19, 2019 at 3:17 pm #45218
Hahahaha Damn those seals!ShareJuly 20, 2019 at 7:38 pm #45343
This happened today in Cape Cod bay 3 miles west of Great Island Wellfleet.
Article in CCTJuly 20, 2019 at 11:19 pm #45349
Yeah, there’s no problem here. Why, great white sharks go after hooked small fish all the time. Cause they look like seals.
Where the fuck did they learn THAT shit? Better not skurf in the area or you’ll get eaten I guess… hmmmmm… I know a few people I’m buying skurf borts for nowShareJuly 21, 2019 at 11:34 am #45377
You guys ain’t gonna believe this.
I was watching National Geographic a few nights ago, all the nature/science channels are featuring non-stop shark shows over the week.
so the show started by noting that shark attacks and sightings have become more frequent over the last couple of decades (duh), and stayed that they were going to attempt to find out “why”.
instead of the simplest and most logical conclusion (increase in food population due to regulations against seal destruction), they went on to state that microplastics contained in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is the actual cause, supposedly because sharks eat anything and the microplastics are believed to make them perpetually hungry.
The show went on about sharks a little (with typical Shark Week fear and hysteria), but was broken up constantly showing turtles, sea fowl and other ocean life forms covered in 6-pack rings and other detritus. In other words, instead of showing sharks, viewers were treated to an ecological guilt trip.
I believe in ecology and a clean ocean and Earth, but claiming that the recent changes in shark behaviors are primarily due to a garbage patch is, well…fake.ShareJuly 21, 2019 at 12:14 pm #45383
The Man behind the Green Curtain – the wizard of BS was hard at work on THAT segment but then again, bullshit and coercion is the new information highway. You can’t have an honest discussion about the envirmonment or issues like this without some assmissile putting a spin on it and effectively ruining any common sense solutions or dialogue with a clear purpose. Next you’ll hear that the microwaves from mars are refracting off Donald Trumps hair and making the sharks into angry liberals with a taste for smelly wetsuits and guys named MitchShareJuly 21, 2019 at 1:02 pm #45389
Lol Good one Waldo.ShareJuly 21, 2019 at 2:07 pm #45394
Snowflakes really believe this propaganda Bullshit.
Open a seal hunting season on the east coast. Maine – FloridaShareJuly 21, 2019 at 2:11 pm #45396
I would be painting the bottom of my board like a sea snake and getting shark banzShare
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