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#11157721 - 10/11/15 04:54 PM Odd Sighting at POC Jetty
A draper Offline
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Registered: 07/03/07
Posts: 576
Loc: Lufkin, TX
Anyone see something odd at the Port O'Connor jetty this past weekend? Other than all the boats and north wind of course. We had a lot of work to do back at the house, so we were leaving early. Maybe 10 am or so. We were just cruising back in well off plane, stowing gear and making sure hatches were closed. We had just entered the pinch where the channel gets skinnier when a pod of porpoises surfaced right in front of the boat maybe 10 yards away. One had a solid white back and dorsal fin and not pale or light grey. It was a white as gel coat on of a boat hull. The pod turn down parallel to the boat and surfaced too more times. We got a good look at it but didn't have time to get a camera. It was the shape of a porpoise and mixed in with a group of regular looking ones. I'm not sure exactly what it was.

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#11157787 - 10/11/15 05:24 PM Re: Odd Sighting at POC Jetty [Re: A draper]
Fish Art Texas Offline
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Registered: 07/25/11
Posts: 159
Loc: Dallas,Texas
sounds like an albino type of porpoise ,and healthy.
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#11158069 - 10/11/15 07:00 PM Re: Odd Sighting at POC Jetty [Re: A draper]
ralph Offline
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Registered: 10/01/02
Posts: 931
I saw the famous pink porpoise of Lake Calcasieu last week, so I have no doubt you saw an albino.

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