You wont catch me anywhere near that mess! Here in Charleston, SC we have had our own problems with Mrs. Marry Lee (16ft 3600lb Great White) swimming around. Its funny the tricks your mind plays when you think about a predator that big and scary. Any stick, weird wave, flash of light turns into instant thoughts of death haha.RickI wrote:It should increase your motivation if not focus. Then there are all those mobile kickers and no straps to keep you on your board.
Here is a video clip from the session, I was just trying to capture the setting after sunset. There isn't one handle pass in it, promise.
A short video clip of riding in the lagoon, beach is closed due to excessive beach erosion. It is a very peaceful place, sharks aside.
Yuk, as food it is not good...braveman wrote:WTF
Heard Shark fillet is excellent with some mango sauce.
Haha, I know what you mean!Ecoastprock wrote:Its funny the tricks your mind plays when you think about a predator that big and scary. Any stick, weird wave, flash of light turns into instant thoughts of death haha.
In the summer, when all the shrimp boats are out, i have seen the same exact thing. I was tacking out and noticed a huge area of disturbed water with birds EVERYWHERE. I was kind of curious so i just rode straight through it.Wow, just last week, I was kiting at dusk near a jetty, when about a mile out, I saw a whole mess of birds wheeling around, and decided to check it out. When I arrived, there were schools of baitfish breaking the surface and being snacked on by pelicans and seagulls, and I rode right through that mess.
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