Shark Eating Seal off Catalina

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  2. ahidog

    Mako I think...cool vid either way
     
  3. tuna 272

    I saw a ''Luckier'' sea lion 3 weeks ago. 2 days after Dave Hansons post
    of a GW sighting in Whites landing! Everyone wrote it off as ''HIT BY A PROP"
     

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  4. Deno

    Nice!!
     
  5. crazy cajun

    It's a GW. The teath are to large and to far apart to be a Mako.
     
  6. http404

    Nice to see this happening off our coast.
     
  7. watch-n-learn

    Due to recent events, I will no longer be freediving catalina.:o
     
  8. Keith Poe

    The teeth are inverted and the head is narrow and the speed is devestating cobalt blue, MAKO
     
  9. filmfish

    i am going to agree with Keith on this one. the colors say mako... anyone else have pics?
     
  10. Double Z

    Pfft, what does Keith know....





    Just Kidding. I think "Fishing with Keith Poe and releasing a Mako" would have to be in my top 5 Bucket List.
     
  11. Double Z

    Pfft, what does Keith know....





    Just Kidding. I think "Fishing with Keith Poe and releasing a Mako" would have to be in my top 5 Bucket List.
     
  12. Keith Poe

    Hey Scott



    This Mako acording to NOAA had a marlin in it and have seen seals dolphin sharks bids etc. in them locally but mostly seals on the larger makos and saw one 740 mako with 5 blue sharks from 3-5' Saw one mako with three seals in it and have the video of the dissection.


    I have caught makos here in winter 400-1000 pounds in the fifties ferinheight.

    When the boys from jack ass jumped in with the makos off the west end I do not belive they under stood just how at risk they were.

    I can tell you they finished off two bottles first and there was alot of low conversations around the swim step.

    Just a few days before was there with ESPN filming and had a large seal dancing screaming bloody murder as all the smaller makos took off.

    Michael Fowlkes has footage of his diver Bobby being chased at night and the same mako had just attacked another mako.

    The smaller one would not give way to the larger one so it got picked up and shook by the head.

    Caught alot of threshers up to as much as 1000 pounds 19'6" and they fight great but never as unpredictable and wild as a mako.

    Salmon Sharks combo of Mako & Thresher and White