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A huge yellowfin from this time of year a while back .... still hoping for a late season bite!!
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Rick OrellanaAl you never know your luck buddy , you know everyday is different , Goodluck my friend3 hours ago
Oh, ship! Close call for a kayaker in Central Queensland. Video: Adam Williams #9News | 9News.com.au
Terrence HarrisonBet the driver got a fright coming round the bend doing 120k's and seeing a kayak in front of him15 hours ago
When photography goes wrong! My mate Nick Janzen was snapping a few pics of a big mackerel when it jumped out of the anglers grasp and nailed him on the foot cutting though the tendons and causing all sorts of issues for him and then I got my pic of the mess!
What's your bloodiest mess at sea?
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Randall StephensSorry for your accident my friend I hope everything is OK and you heal up good good luck16 hours ago · 1
David Julian ReinhardtI had 2 of my fingers pulled off by the rope on rock lobester net. Not my best day at sea.16 hours ago
Andrew ShearerDoing the hard yards did u stop for a few rests lol, arm burns doing the whole lot in one go 🤘8 minutes ago
Shark culling issue is an emotive in Australia. Everyone has an opinion but at the end of the day it's there world as well and we need to learn to live with them - what's your view?
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Faty PumbarDo you ever want too cage "dive" with Lions, and then blame the lions when they are hungry? Also over fish / over harvest the buffalo / wilder beast , and then ask why are they "hungry" but also amongst the top predators of the plains , why they would attack humans for another readily available food source ? Problem solved. on must be asked , as too how much human influence has impacted upon shark activity ? Like how much of their food source has been decimated due to human activities ? ( over fishing , just incase someone does not understand. ) How many tonnes of their food source has been taken / stolen from them too feed people. also feeding / training them too seek out food sources around and amongst boats whilst feeding tuna / fishing , is probably just fueling their own curiosity towards an easy feed. Simple really , if you do not want the chance of ever being eaten by a shark , well then swim in a pool. Problem solved.1 day ago · 5
Jason BerkholstWant to do something useful fight the little pricks who fin the sharks and throw them back in the water while still alive, I'd cull them bastards before I'd ever cull a shark for doing what it has been millions of years before we were here!1 day ago · 5
Paul SharpSharks shape our oceans.. they eat the weak and slow fish, leaving the strongest genetics to breed. Basically if anglers want to catch big fish they need sharks.1 day ago · 7
Jason SelmesWe cull kangaroos, Deer when they enter Roadways or present a threat to the public. I see no point in culling them well offshore but if they are in the beach areas where children families are swimming knock them on the head. None of these sharks are under threat and last time I heard they are considering taking the white shark off the endangered list. It's a 24/7 killing machine not going to hurt one bit knocking a few of them on the head.10 hours ago · 3
Ray CaruanaLearn to live with them , we have a much higher death rate on the road but we never consider removing cars, we just learn how to live around cars but there will always be causalities , well the same goes with Sharks we need to learn to live with them but there will always be a tragic death sometimes at no ones fault.1 day ago · 1
Matt BrienWe have huge congregation of great whites, bulls,white tips,black tips, Makos ,Blues and many others we have never felt a need to cull sharks it is more a need to cut off there food supply. But in our case it would mean culling Right Whales which isn't going to happen but we have one of the biggest seal populations in the world so I wouldn't have a problem with culling seals23 hours ago
Cameron MorrisStop ripping out all there food. How much crill oil do you need starts at the smallest things. Sharks have been around for years the oldest living creature. Greenland shark . Stop being friendly and throwing food to them cage driving towing odjects behide boats where food to them and we are making sure they know. Bit smart us humans are ants are smarter..1 day ago
Melo MartinezI dive with all kind off sharks the only one that ever attack me was a tiger.but it was not his fault. I was in his yard.in his home .shark are beautiful animals. Let learn to live with them.ok1 day ago · 1
Craig RadfordStop the cage diving. Modifying the natural behaviour to condition the big GW sharks to associate boats and wetsuit clad humans with food. Those that are trained by Fox and Co in SA swim to WA and eat West Australians.1 day ago · 1
Renai BrisbaneI think we are taking fish out the oceans by the 1000s everyday but not many people kill sharks anymore talk about measing with the food chain what did u think would happen some people are so 😝 If u don't like the sharks don't go into the ocean1 day ago
Rick KevernWhen you go into there territory you take the risk, like if you went to Africa and got attacked by a lion we wouldn't wanna have a cull on them Same thing as far as I'm concerned, yes it's unfortunate and sad when people die from a shark attack but it's part of the risk being at the being a swimmer etc at the beach14 hours ago
Scott EwingsThere's a lot of fish culling going on with a 'rec' and commercial status, and that in turn has caused an imbalance with shark populations, plus add rising chlorophyll levels and unusual for time of year sea surface temps something has to be done!1 day ago
Russell WindleCull them .. Tourist industry from big game fishing for whites. If it's gonna happen,let the state make some money and jobs out of it !!!1 day ago · 2
David LeggLearn to live with them. Although that decision for me is easy as I live in the UK and any dangerous shark would have to be desperate to put up with our freezing waters!1 day ago · 1
Jason BerkholstKnow the risks and co-exist... if you want to sport in their domain, understand what risk you're taking or stay the f**k out of the water!1 day ago · 2
Terrence HarrisonLeave the sharks be however looking out for beach users would require control measures. Could only apply to patrolled beaches though1 day ago
Hadyn LinturnNo they don't they should be looking into things that keep sharks away from swimmers not just kill it because it's bigger then us1 day ago
Robert RoseNeed to cull some. they have to be caught at similar rate as the other fish to create balance in the system1 day ago · 2
Luke PowellLearn to love em, they're awesome. And we need them, like all the apex predators.1 day ago · 1
Erin BryantIt's thier ocean ! Don't take the risk then don't swim leave Sharks alone.24 hours ago · 1
Alan Thomas WrightLeave them they are under enough pressure with the Shark finning industry.1 day ago · 1
Anthony McKenzieEnough culling is done already, with pro fishing, finning and fisos who have a phobia of sharks.1 day ago
On the troll you can't be a #laserpro
What's your favourite tuna lure?
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With this endless wind all I'm thinking about is getting back into the hills to harvest some venison to feed the family
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James ClissoldPlenty up here mate, went last week to get a fallow spiker for the freezer,had the choice in a herd of approximately 200.23 hours ago