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Singer Island: Shark Season

Posted By: cyberspeed

Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/04/14 06:13 PM

While most of the country is frozen, we have our own issues in South Florida:
http://youtu.be/tF3THJKlsAk

I think I need a bigger boat!
Posted By: pgp

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/04/14 07:15 PM

Nice.
Posted By: mbounds

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/04/14 09:58 PM

It'll be interesting to see how fast that video gets yanked for a copyright violation (the music). YouTube tends to be pretty strict about that.
Posted By: cyberspeed

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/04/14 10:22 PM

I never had an issue. They just put a link on it to download the mp3 in the video for a price. They already noted it with "Matched third party content." in my panel.

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Posted By: pgp

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/04/14 10:39 PM

Nice music, who is it?
Posted By: Timbo

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/04/14 10:48 PM

Gotye:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZhDVe8CxtQ
Posted By: pgp

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/04/14 10:57 PM

Thanks.
Posted By: Timbo

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/04/14 11:08 PM

I thought it was a pretty funny use of that song, to put with all the sharks!

"Now you're just someone that I used to know!"

Is that what you were going for Craig?
Posted By: Team_Cat_Fever

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/04/14 11:09 PM

Sweet Craig. Nice and smooth.
I just found mine last weekend ,that I put into the sound about 6 months ago. The camera card still worked after I scraped the barnacles off, unfortunately it didn't record the crash.
Posted By: cyberspeed

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/04/14 11:24 PM

I just started putting together the footage and that song came to mind.

The Tampa guys said that someone found a GoPro that I lost off of one of the Macho Man boats over two years ago. Still works and card has all the footage. Trying to track it down now.

Posted By: davefarmer

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/05/14 03:15 AM

So do you have a drone? Looked real smooth, beautiful place. Is Singer Island near you? Did you know the sharks were there?

Dave
Posted By: Timbo

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/05/14 04:12 AM

The shark spawning migration this time of year is well known...by the locals.

Scares the crap out of the tourist though, which is nice!
Posted By: tback

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/05/14 10:55 AM

I've been on several shark dives but have never seen that many sharks. Maybe we were diving to far off shore grin
Posted By: pgp

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/05/14 11:50 AM

IIRC, the Gulf stream comes very close to Singer Island so there's no telling what you'll find in the water there.
Posted By: Tony_F18

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/05/14 02:08 PM

How dangerous are those sharks to swimmers?
Where there any attacks recently?
Posted By: cyberspeed

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/05/14 02:13 PM

Yes, that was taken from a quadcopter I have been developing. I was doing some location reconnaissance for the Florida 300 and did not realize the sharks were there until I got over the water. I finished the reconnaissance and waiting for approval to make public.

My boat lives about 300 yards down the beach from where we were. We went sailing and pulled my boat off the beach two weeks ago for maintenance. The stream was only about a mile and a half out and there was an strong opposing current which made the line pretty dramatic. We saw a lot of flying fish but did not notice any sharks. I have sailed on days when the sharks are out many times and never an issue. We just stay on the boat.
Posted By: cyberspeed

Re: Singer Island: Shark Season - 03/05/14 02:22 PM

Originally Posted by Tony_F18
How dangerous are those sharks to swimmers?
Where there any attacks recently?


The spinner sharks feed off of small bait fish. The only issues happen when people swim in the morning, late afternoon or if the water is murky. You also don't want to swim into a school of bait fish.

We had two people bitten at the end of last year.
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