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Itsy Bitsy thing following me.

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Itsy Bitsy thing following me.

Ok now that I have your attention.... Mrs. CFSUN and I were in the water at sunset. I brushed away a tiny piece of driftwood...or seaweed ...about half the size of a penny. Thought nothing of it.....until it came back to me. I brushed/splashed it away again and thought nothing of it... then I realized it was coming back to me again moving against the tide. Then we moved away....and it was swimming to us...following us. We walked into the water a bit deeper and this little bugger was chasing me.

I flyfish in fresh water lakes and I'm "in the know" about leeches. Is there such a thing as a "half the size of a penny salt water leech"?

I have to get to figure this one out. Very odd.

Edited: 08 July 2012, 01:53
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1. Re: Itsy Bitsy thing following me.

Rutrow...could be a thimble jelly fish. Are you itchy?

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This thing was a heat seeking "let me kiss you" I'm coming after you creature. For sure harmless...I'm just curious as to wtf it was.

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"Bartender...another round over here!"

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