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Troubling news emerged Thursday morning regarding former SEC QB Chris Smelley, who went missing in the Gulf of Mexico. The Walton County Sheriff's Office announced that he had not been seen since going fishing in a blue and black kayak earlier this morning. WCSO officers and South Walton Fire District attempted to locate Smelley with jets skis in the water near the beach he'd left from.The United States Coast Guard was brought into the search and after hours of looking for the former South Carolina QB they finally found him....
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CRDNLSCHMCPSN1121 days
And he had no life jacket or flares. I'm glad this had a happy ending. It often doesn't.
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pensacola25 days
He was trading shots with Alec Kessler at the Sand Shaker
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Thracken1325 days
i read the seas were calm, but the wind was making it difficult for people to row into shore - sounds like the wind blew him out to sea - was found 2.5 miles out.
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Motownsix25 days
Down in the Keys the winds out of the north were brutal Wednesday and Thursday.
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Timeoday25 days
Did he hook a lost tarpon on 2# test and get pulled to the Keys?
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YStar25 days
Dude has a wife a children he scared the life out of... what a dumbass
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TygerDurden25 days
Something stinks about this….I’ll show my self to the door now.
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Lynxrufus201226 days
Semper Paramus! Good job Coast Guard. You found the needle in a haystack.
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Lynxrufus201226 days
Paratus damn autocorrect.
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cajunmud26 days
Fishing in a kayak...in the gulf? I'd be feelin like topwater bait, me.
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Exactly, especially in the morning when sharks feed.
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Honest Tune26 days
Ole baw just wanted to be left alone and fish in peace.
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theballguy25 days
Almost got more than he could have ever wanted.
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vodkacop25 days
I can definitely understand that
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