Whale Shark Being Hand Fed Whale shark close to sitting in a boat fisherman,who feeds her from the hands of saltwater shrimp in shallow waters off the coast of Oslob, Philippines.Local fishermen are willing to show the audience admired the amazing process of feeding the giant fish length exceeding 7.5 metra.Mestnye fishermen consider whale shark as a kind of a good deity patronizing them and bringing a good catch.That did not stop enterprising locals demand from Shawn and a half dollars for every shot they made,which was recorded feeding process akul.Sharks filter the water for feeding,so the man is,in principle,are safe.Local residents in the past engaged in fishing whale sharks due to the fact that the high demand in the markets enjoyed their meat and fins,but these fish are now in the Philippines under the protection and there is a ban on their fishing. Related posts:
Fishing Knots When tying knots there are some important things to remember. Knots are your weakest link to the fish, so inspect knots for damage while fishing Retie knots after catching a fish. It will pay off when the big one bites. THE CORONATION OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH - PART 1 The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey, London. Various dawn shots of Buckingham Palace, the lights go out on the Mall, Tower Bridge is silhouetted in the sunrise. Brief shot of Coronation Arches. Several shots of the large crowds of people that have camped out overnight on the streets, some are asleep others are looking cold and are wrapped in blankets. C/U of small child sitting down eating a sandwich, while a woman powders her nose, a woman drinks tea from cup, while a road sweeper cleans the road. M/S of Royal Trumpeters beginning fanfare.
"icy great white shark" Random photo Submit your photo Stumble Thru animal photography How to Catch Big Halibut - Seven Simple Secrets to Big Halibut Fishing 1. Find Good Structure and Find Halibut When in Alaska Fishing for Halibut, especially big halibut, no decision will have more impact than where you fish. Wall Art Some amazing things are happening in Lisbon; this wall is just incredible, and Sam3 is getting in on the action too. Of course, Blu's bloated corporate figure sucking the world dry is very topical. Update: the eyes of the fat corporate guy are suspended from the roof, so move in the wind. so good. See more Blu + more Os Gémeos.
Carpet Shark Eats Bamboo Shark Photograph courtesy Tom Mannering A shark has been caught on camera making a meal of another shark along Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Released earlier this month, the pictures show a tasseled wobbegong halfway through swallowing a brownbanded bamboo shark. Daniela Ceccarelli and David Williamson, from Australian Research Council's Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, chanced on the spectacle while conducting a fish census on the fringing reef off Great Keppel Island.
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Which Sinker Is Right for Which Conditions Once a fisherman has taken up surf fishing, one necessary piece of fishing gear he or she will want is a reliable sinker. Sinkers happen to be available in many different shapes and styles such as the pyramid, pancake, breakaway, and bank sinkers. Each one of these tools is designed for very specific fishing conditions. Here is a helpful guide that will enable you to be sure you have the right sinkers on you for any situation you might be fishing in.
Shark Threat Display Threat display of a grey reef shark. The postures become more exaggerated as the danger perceived by the shark increases. Shark threat display, a type of agonistic display, is a behaviour observed in some sharks when they feel threatened or protective. It consists of a contorting of the body into a series of "ritualized" postures coupled with an exaggerated swimming style. It is most frequently observed in the grey reef shark (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos), although it has been seen in other sharks. When threatened, the grey reef shark lifts its snout, holds its pectoral fins stiffly downwards, arches its back and holds its tail sideways.
Surfcasting - Softies in the surf Part two of this series Last updated 16:15 05/06/2008 I’m going to show you some rigs to make your Gulp!