punch the shark in the nose? That's what mythbusters says to do. And I trust those guys.
The shark is only 2' long...I have seen bigger stripers in the shallows at Old Silver Beach in Falmouth.
heh, reminds me of last November when I was heading back to the Carina (one of my schooner crewmates invited me to go on a bare-boat charter in the BVI's after schooner season last year & that was our boat's name) after turtlewatching in Hawksnest Bay on St. John - and I saw this!
deeer da...deeer da...deerda deerda deerda...There are heaps of sharks in Moreton Bay here in Brisbane Australia, so we have learnt to live with them. I had a capsize drill scheduled for last weekend, but when i saw two fins swimming around the area (that were definatly not dolphins) I thought it was a good idea to postpone the drill. http://www.livesaildie.com/2006/01/tragedy-at-amity/I see sharks as a total inconvenience to my daily operations!!!But if I saw a shark whilst swimming I would be pretty scared... I admit it... I don't want to get eaten by a shark
I gotta get one of these for my nephews... :D
I think I need one of these...definitely. :P(oh and it's not a myth evk4...my cousin is a dive master off the Great Barrier Reef and he deterred a Great White that was about to attack by punching it on the snout...saved his life)