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ummm, okay. "where no shark fishing is allowed, there are more shark attacks." okay, to each their own I suppose. from time to time this topic comes up around here... I have no data to even discuss this, but it's pretty obvious Humans are not a preferred food source for sharks...
I have no doubt that "where no shark fishing is allowed, there are more shark attacks." I don't think that's because of shark fishing, but because shark fishing isn't allowed in more populous areas where most people swim.

That said, I don't think sharks are that much of a safety issue. Shark attacks are rare.
 

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Sharks "Raising their young?

Give me a break! Baby Sharks better get out of the way or be eaten by their momma or other sharks.

Typical unsubstantiated "facts" or simple BS, take your pick.

I think Walter Cronkite (spell ck) would probably bitch slap some of today's so called "News Reporters." They ought to be ashamed of themselves--I'm ashamed of them.
 

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ummm, okay. "where no shark fishing is allowed, there are more shark attacks." okay, to each their own I suppose. from time to time this topic comes up around here... I have no data to even discuss this, but it's pretty obvious Humans are not a preferred food source for sharks...
Preferred doesnt matter...an "accidental" bite still does permanent damage. Ask Jessie Arbogast...Bethany Hamilton...or Rodney Fox.
 

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