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Thread: Basking shark at Longberry

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    Default Basking shark at Longberry

    There was a basking shark very close in at Longberry on Friday at about 4:30pm. I managed to get a quick video on the phone:

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/-g61N1pkY-o

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    Thanks for posting - they are incredible fish.

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    Hi could someone please tell me where abouts Longberry is?
    thanks x

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    Amazing to see. It was there again today.

    Longberry is at the end of the road that takes you to Old Wick Castle.

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    My son was out there Friday fishing and came home excited to have seen it.
    A man who fears suffering is already suffering from what he fears.

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    great video thank,s for sharing

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    Wonderful well done and thank you.

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    Great capture: Thanks for sharing... ;-)

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    By Harry your lucky it didn't eat you!! Agressive creatures so they are.

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    Half pint - what a load of tosh, these fish are plankton eaters.

    They may be called sharks but they are massive fish.

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    I am impressed you did not fall in, it looked like rough terrain! Brilliant though, and thanks for sharing it.

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    Iv watched these "massive fish" at work. Born killers!!

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    watched these "massive fish" at work. Born killers!!
    yeah i know ,i was killed twice last year so im not going back in again!!!


    great vid!

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    No way they killed you too??? Man. You should start up a thread to let people share their experiences of this wild beast

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