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Good to see the seals?



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kdstriper77

Joined: 02/26/2008
Posts: 162
 posted 10/14/2012 03:33 PM  

Oh God seals! Is more like it. I am not a fan of these suckers/bellie rippers. I guess some people are.

Tell me, please, why would it be a great thing to see a bunch of seals between here and there? Please tell me.

Perhaps my view of these fine animals can be changed.


 
aja962

Joined: 06/29/2006
Posts: 676
 posted 10/14/2012 03:52 PM  

Why is it good to NOT see seals? Nobody in Florida complains about the dolphins. Yeah, when they're around the fishing sucks but so what? Move on. The ocean is big enough for ALL species!.
 
MACKS


Joined: 08/09/2004
Posts: 2182
 posted 10/15/2012 08:01 AM  

Only reason I don't like them is because of what I heard about them spreading parasites to fishConfused
 
fish4me


Joined: 09/01/2005
Posts: 16692
Location: Miller Place
 posted 10/15/2012 08:39 AM  

They've been around longer than us. We're the one's intruding on their turf.


 
KingKeith


Joined: 09/16/2004
Posts: 822
Location: Massapequa
 posted 10/15/2012 02:43 PM  

over the last 8 years i note the seals come inside jones inlet earlier each year. within 1-1 1/2 weeks after seeing the first of the seals, the bass bite slows down considerably. so the seals come in the bay earlier each year and i notice the fishing slows so i don't like to see them. last winter i saw them in front of florence ave beach. that's the furthest i've seen them from the inlet
 
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Joined: 07/21/2003
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Location: Jamesport
 posted 10/15/2012 03:29 PM  

I ahve no problem seeing them.... as long as I am not looking to fish that areaToungue


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the3fishheads


Joined: 01/01/2008
Posts: 3147
Location: On the Edge
 posted 10/15/2012 03:47 PM  





Gone fishin
 
WhatKnot


Joined: 09/20/2000
Posts: 871
Location: Astoria
 posted 10/15/2012 08:04 PM  

Seen a seal in JI two weeks ago, a bit early I think.


Be safe.
 
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