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265 views6 commentsNemo
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Truck2130 views6 commentsNemo
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Truck3228 views6 commentsNemo
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Truck4227 views6 commentsNemo
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week635 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week479 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week893 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week447 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week406 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week576 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week305 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week344 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week507 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week371 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week1058 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week848 views6 commentsmanager
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Deleware July 2009 Shark Week504 views6 commentsmanager
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130 views6 commentsRailroader
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133 views6 commentsRailroader
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92 views6 commentsRailroader
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118 views6 commentsRailroader
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72 views6 commentsfishfood
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94 views6 commentsfishfood
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92 views6 commentsfishfood
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106 views6 commentsfishfood
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89 views6 commentsfishfood
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138 views6 commentsfishfood
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Team TSF133 views6 commentsLaSharkHunter
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Team TSF138 views6 commentsLaSharkHunter
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113 views6 commentsmpguillot
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101 views6 commentsmpguillot
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117 views6 commentsmpguillot
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SHARK FISHING VIRGINIA252 views6 commentschase
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VIRGINIA SUNSET58 views6 commentschase
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FISHING VIRGINIA64 views6 commentschase
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Male bowfin showing full spawing color1186 viewsConrad
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My Hammer718 viewsTrophy
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Great White Vs Bronze Whaler757 viewsTrophy
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Hennie Papenfuss from Big Fish Safari1188 viewsI write to give you the details of our research expedition to the Breede River during the week January 19-25.

The purpose of the expedition was to determine whether reports of Zambezi (bull) sharks in the Breede River could be confirmed. Scientifically, confirmed reports would be extremely relevant on a global scale as this would represent the most south-westerly distribution of bull sharks in Africa.

Joining us on the expedition was Dr. Steve Lamberth and his team from MCM, Hennie Papenfuss from Big Fish Safari and a team of four from SASC. We fished for 3 days with no luck & were rewarded on the 4th day when Hennie caught a bull shark on his line. After an hour and a half struggle with the fish (during which it towed him 2.5km further upstream), Hennie managed to tire her enough to bring her close to shore for landing. Our team then brought her carefully to the shore, where we were able to collect all the required data.

We measured her, tagged her with two acoustic continuous tags and one spaghetti tag, and gathered genetic samples in order to determine whether bull sharks in the Breede River represent a distinct population from those found elsewhere in South Africa.

She is a world-record breaking shark measuring 4 metres total length, weighing in the vicinity of 550-600kg. This is the largest bull shark known to science - the previous maximum size was thought to be 3.5 metres TL. We also suspect she was heavily pregnant and may very well be using the Breede as a pupping ground. Scientifically speaking, this discovery is huge and groundbreaking.

Following the tagging, we proceeded to track her for 43 continuous hours. She spent the majority of the time in the estuary, with only a few hours in the surf zone just outside the river mouth.

To speak quite frankly, it was the most incredible experience of my life and I am so excited about the research we will continue to do. One of the major problems is acquiring the funding to continue the research, as it is vitally important we return to the Breede within the next 2 weeks to continue tracking her.
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Hennie Papenfuss from Big Fish Safari594 viewsI write to give you the details of our research expedition to the Breede River during the week January 19-25.

The purpose of the expedition was to determine whether reports of Zambezi (bull) sharks in the Breede River could be confirmed. Scientifically, confirmed reports would be extremely relevant on a global scale as this would represent the most south-westerly distribution of bull sharks in Africa.

Joining us on the expedition was Dr. Steve Lamberth and his team from MCM, Hennie Papenfuss from Big Fish Safari and a team of four from SASC. We fished for 3 days with no luck & were rewarded on the 4th day when Hennie caught a bull shark on his line. After an hour and a half struggle with the fish (during which it towed him 2.5km further upstream), Hennie managed to tire her enough to bring her close to shore for landing. Our team then brought her carefully to the shore, where we were able to collect all the required data.

We measured her, tagged her with two acoustic continuous tags and one spaghetti tag, and gathered genetic samples in order to determine whether bull sharks in the Breede River represent a distinct population from those found elsewhere in South Africa.

She is a world-record breaking shark measuring 4 metres total length, weighing in the vicinity of 550-600kg. This is the largest bull shark known to science - the previous maximum size was thought to be 3.5 metres TL. We also suspect she was heavily pregnant and may very well be using the Breede as a pupping ground. Scientifically speaking, this discovery is huge and groundbreaking.

Following the tagging, we proceeded to track her for 43 continuous hours. She spent the majority of the time in the estuary, with only a few hours in the surf zone just outside the river mouth.

To speak quite frankly, it was the most incredible experience of my life and I am so excited about the research we will continue to do. One of the major problems is acquiring the funding to continue the research, as it is vitally important we return to the Breede within the next 2 weeks to continue tracking her.
manager
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Mega Bull, Hennie Papenfuss from Big Fish Safari478 viewsI write to give you the details of our research expedition to the Breede River during the week January 19-25.

The purpose of the expedition was to determine whether reports of Zambezi (bull) sharks in the Breede River could be confirmed. Scientifically, confirmed reports would be extremely relevant on a global scale as this would represent the most south-westerly distribution of bull sharks in Africa.

Joining us on the expedition was Dr. Steve Lamberth and his team from MCM, Hennie Papenfuss from Bi
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639 viewsjohnnybravo
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427 viewsjohnnybravo
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380 viewsjohnnybravo
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452 viewsjohnnybravo
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19" bass and slab warmouth880 viewsConrad
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Doug with large Estuary Cod819 viewsmanager
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Before great white sharks head was cut off650 viewsjohnnybravo
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Before great white sharks head was cut off502 viewsjohnnybravo
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Marine Coastal Management Loading the carcass736 viewsjohnnybravo
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Great White Shark with Head cut off623 viewsjohnnybravo
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90Kg Ragged Tooth Shark, Port Elizabeth, South Africa925 viewsI caught this fish with a mackeral head throw bait. Rod was a Purglas 400/4 with a Daiwa Saltis reel. Line was .50 T-Line and the fight duration was 20 min.Trophy
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261kg Ragged Tooth Shark, Port Elizabeth, South Africa1679 viewsI caught this beauty using a live swim bait, Smooth Hound Shark of 5kg. Rod was a Loomis and Franklyn 14ft Sharky with a Shimano Tyrons 30. Line was .65 KingFisher High Abraision. Fight Duration was 2 hoursTrophy
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90kg Ragged Tooth Shark, Port Elizabeth, South Africa341 viewsCaught This Raggie on a throw bait using a Mackeril head as bait.Trophy
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88kg Cow Shark - Hennie Papenfuss541 viewsThis is quite a famous fisherman from South Africa, he has quite a few DVD's called "Big Fish Safari"
Hennie Papenfuss
johnnybravo
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92 kg Giant Sand Shark - Hennie Papenfuss431 viewsThis is quite a famous fisherman from South Africa, he has quite a few DVD's called "Big Fish Safari"
Hennie Papenfuss
johnnybravo
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80kg zambezi shark - Hennie Papenfuss510 viewsThis is quite a famous fisherman from South Africa, he has quite a few DVD's called "Big Fish Safari"
Hennie Papenfuss
johnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #11493 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #13448 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #14432 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #15372 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #18351 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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How the slide trace works414 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #2268 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #3235 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #4236 viewswww.sealine.co.za
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Making a slide trace #5237 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #6250 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #7227 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #8249 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #9264 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Making a slide trace #10466 viewswww.sealine.co.zajohnnybravo
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Myself, Jerome, and Shane - yellowtail kings268 viewsjohnnybravo
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yellowtail off the boat132 viewsjohnnybravo
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Some yellowtail caught off the boat232 viewsjohnnybravo
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me and 40kg bronzie211 viewsjohnnybravo
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smooth hound shark623 viewsjohnnybravo
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dino and his raggie236 viewswww.capetownfishing.co.zajohnnybravo
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Eugene and his raggie230 viewswww.capetownfishing.co.zajohnnybravo
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190kg bronze whaler359 viewsjohnnybravo
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190kg bronze whaler719 viewsjohnnybravo
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smooth hound shark601 viewsjohnnybravo
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smooth hound shark431 viewsjohnnybravo
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Me and my 190kg bronzie820 viewsjohnnybravo
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dirkand his 34kg392 viewswww.capetownfishing.co.zajohnnybravo
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dirk and is 42 kg298 viewswww.capetownfishing.co.zajohnnybravo
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Daiwa Dirk and his 77kg bronzie259 viewsjohnnybravo
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Mike corbette268 viewswww.capetownfishing.co.zajohnnybravo
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Small cow shark, 14 kgs335 viewsjohnnybravo
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Big mike corbette165 viewswww.capetownfishing.co.zajohnnybravo
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70kg bronze whaler shark292 viewsjohnnybravo
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18 kg duckbill ray360 viewsthis was caught my one of my friends angusjohnnybravo
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52kg diamond ray250 viewsjohnnybravo
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390 viewsjohnnybravo
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Gene bull mahi58 viewsbretabaker
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Speckled Trout Fishing Terminal Tackle1094 viewsmanager
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Artificial Lure Leader1046 viewsmanager
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Speckled Trout Lure Examples1177 viewsmanager
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18 viewsLip_Ripper2007
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Yaking at Night548 viewsmanager
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