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bigdavewsf

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this little baby has just been caught by a mate of a mate off the coast of north wales



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anybody else hear the music from jaws now [:p]
 

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What is it? That sort of thing swimming around is exactly the reason i ALWAYS let the wife and kids get in the water first.[:H]
 

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North wales as in England and that is a great white if im correct[:0][:0].
 

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North wales as in England and that is a great white if im correct.

No f#@k~@g way[:0] Surely not...please dont say that...i only live 5 miles from the sea and those things have got a long reach[:C]
 
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Thats the swimming out for me now when go away in 2 weeks if thats whats swimming about in UK waters[:D][:D]. Aint risking something like that chewing on me leg in Turkey[:p][:p][:D]
 

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They are attracted by the sun reflecting off things.[;)] I would wear a hat if I were you Godber. [:D][:D][:D][:p]
 

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Originally posted by bigdavewsf



anybody else hear the music from jaws now [:p]

The only music I'm hearing is the rattle of my local tackle shop's till, parting company with all his unsold stock of red hydro......[:D]
 

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it`s a small great white and i should imagine that if it was caught off wales then it would have made the headlines somwhere.
i know they swim in all the oceans and seas they are very rare the most common shark caught off theese shores is the blue shark.
some sort of wind up i think
 

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Originally posted by pegasus

it`s a small great white and i should imagine that if it was caught off wales then it would have made the headlines somwhere.
i know they swim in all the oceans and seas they are very rare the most common shark caught off theese shores is the blue shark.
some sort of wind up i think
That's not a great white,it's a porbeagle,a.k.a.mackerel shark.pretty common in our water that there are charter boat trips for them and blue shark.They can grow to 200lb+,the biggest shark in our water that we can target with rod and reel[:T]
 

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North Wales IS NOT IN ENGLAND....dumbass! lol

What did you catch that on - double or triple maggot?

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Originally posted by wokkie

Originally posted by pegasus

it`s a small great white and i should imagine that if it was caught off wales then it would have made the headlines somwhere.
i know they swim in all the oceans and seas they are very rare the most common shark caught off theese shores is the blue shark.
some sort of wind up i think
That's not a great white,it's a porbeagle,a.k.a.mackerel shark.pretty common in our water that there are charter boat trips for them and blue shark.They can grow to 200lb+,the biggest shark in our water that we can target with rod and reel[:T]

Is that supposed to make me feel better!!!![;)]
 

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I have no idea what that is, I'll go with Porbeagle though the reasons above seem convincing enough. As for the great white suggestions don't you think it would make the national news if a great white was caught of the coast of Britain?

Cracking fish though I would love to catch one of those.

Scott
 

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http://www.sportfishermen.com/images/gal/nmfs-shark-placard-9-4-08/nmfs-shark-placard-1.jpg


I thought a Mako or a Porbeagle.


There was a Great White in the channel once, but it was lost[:)]


The Mediterranean, though. Officially there are no Great Whites in the Med.


However, there are several bars on Malta, with Great White jaws pinned to the wall ????????


If you are going to Turkey, watch out for the bacteria on some of the rocky islands near Fethiye. 50 people a year get burnt by the stuff and by God it hurts!
 

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It definitely is a Porbeagle.There are charter fishing boats going out for them from Welsh coast and south coast[:T]
You can find more informations in HERE
 

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Originally posted by Godber

North wales as in England and that is a great white if im correct.

No f#@k~@g way[:0] Surely not...please dont say that...i only live 5 miles from the sea and those things have got a long reach[:C]

correct, and they LOVE bald headed men
 

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Originally posted by garethevans1986

...What did you catch that on - double or triple maggot?
Funny you should say that,I'd seen lads using 4-5lb size of live pollock as bait[:D][:D]But most are using bigger mackerel,suspended the baits with ballons at different depth as they are unlike the tope that we mostly catching them on the bottom.
 
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