- Jun 18, 2019
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Yup, Young great white. We see them here on the gulf coast in the winter, even in shallow water. What we see a lot in the summer is giant hammerhead‘s. 1000+ pounds. They show up with the Tarpon each year. From the air we would see so many of them with the swimmers that we hardly paid attention anymore. But freaky. Haven’t had a chance to catch one with the drone yet. I know I’ll get lucky and when I do I will share it here. Any attacks on the gulf coast are by bull sharks. We have tigers too but they only eat divers offshore.
I'm doin my best! (To drive him nuts, that is...)To dirkclod,
I don’t know how I would’ve made it as a drone pilot without these forums. Seems you were instrumental in getting these going, so I wanted to give you a heartfelt, Thank You. And all others involved. We must drive you nuts sometime.
I grew up on the east side. Learned to swim 7 miles offshore of Amelia Island. At age 8. Uncle **** thought it was hilarious. Mom, not so much...The east coast of Florida is much more dangerous than my West Coast. I imagine every lifeguard station has one. Watched them take a float ring out to a struggling swimmer, with a thin rope (thick fishing line?) attached. On a P4!!! Hauled her in like a dead fish.
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