Here is the photo of the shark attack on that inflatable dingy. As you can see it was not a very big shark, just a hungry or mad one. Jim was placing his dingy between the snorklers and the shark. They had a couple small fish in their bag and the shark wanted them. In a situation like that you just give the shark the fish and get the hell out of there. He reckons it was a reef shark. As you can see he didn’t just nip at it but rather chomped it. Imagine a hunk like that missing out of your back side. There are a lot of sharks in the Bahamas. You won’t see a native doing something stupid like that, they know better.
The Big Hole is running at 3160 at Maidenrock. I believe it has almost peaked depending how much rain we get in the next few days. Visibility has improved some from yesterday so it will fish, just not very good. That could change quickly with the caddis hatching. Lots of them now at Melrose and Maidenrock.