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 Posted: Sun Mar 10th, 2019 09:15 am
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Joined: Mon Dec 12th, 2016
Location: Stellenbosch, South Africa
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Just want to include something to note....

Sharks are smart, they can adapt to the're surroundings and where food would normally come from.
Just like the zambies in the breede, they know that this dark shadow floating above will bring them a chance to get a meal easier than chasing said fish that is not fighting for its life.

Sharks and all predatory species have a natural urge to attack something that is giving off a distress signal as it spells "Easy Meal" for them.
Heck even bass of equal size chase the one that is hooked around biting at its tail.

My personal feeling would be that you are on a boat over a reef where the apex predator is the shark and that is his domain. Should you enter his domain he will take you up on the free meal you are offering.
Nothing complex about it just nature doing its thing.

Side note: I have gotten taxed before therefore I understand its not a lekka feeling but ultimately something you have to realize might or might not happen while out fishing.

I believe the shark numbers are actually in big trouble looking at how many are killed every year and any Ecosystem will collapse without an apex predator in the picture.