Pro surfer Mike Klatt, left, came very close to a great white shark off of Moonstone Beach on Sunday, Jan. 26. His surfing friend Pete Anderson, at right, witnessed a great white offshore from Leffingwell Landing the day before, Saturday, Jan. 25. The handmade sign at top left reads, “Shark sighting, beware!” State Parks posts official warning signs for a few days after credible shark sightings but did not learn of this one until more than a week after the fact.
Pro surfer Mike Klatt, left, came very close to a great white shark off of Moonstone Beach on Sunday, Jan. 26. His surfing friend Pete Anderson, at right, witnessed a great white offshore from Leffingwell Landing the day before, Saturday, Jan. 25. The handmade sign at top left reads, “Shark sighting, beware!” State Parks posts official warning signs for a few days after credible shark sightings but did not learn of this one until more than a week after the fact. Special to The Cambrian
Pro surfer Mike Klatt, left, came very close to a great white shark off of Moonstone Beach on Sunday, Jan. 26. His surfing friend Pete Anderson, at right, witnessed a great white offshore from Leffingwell Landing the day before, Saturday, Jan. 25. The handmade sign at top left reads, “Shark sighting, beware!” State Parks posts official warning signs for a few days after credible shark sightings but did not learn of this one until more than a week after the fact. Special to The Cambrian

Cambria surfers’ close encounters with a great white shark

February 06, 2014 11:34 AM