Sharks. Yes, they’re out there and if you're someone
who frequents the beach they're not always as far
from shore as you might prefer; however, we have yet
to hear of them troubling any swimmers in our area.
We catch many different kinds of sharks off the coast
of Miami Beach and South Florida including
hammerheads, thresher sharks, mako sharks,
blacktips, spinners, bull sharks, sandbar sharks, nurse
sharks, dusky sharks, tiger sharks and silky sharks.

Sharks can be found at any depth. You can sometimes
see them on the surface, tailing their way across the
water; some will attack your bait as you're dropping it
down or as you're reeling it back up; they may also go
after another nice fish that you have on your line; and
then others are out of sight, prowling the deep ocean.
You will definitely
hear the ominous theme from dorsal
fin of a shark as it circles the bait on the surface of the
water. And then the next thing you’ll hear is the line
screaming off the reel, the fish will sound, and the
game is on. Other times you’ll put the bait down deep
and patiently wait for a bite, wondering all the time if
there's a shark on the hunt somewhere down there,
sneaking around in stealth-mode. All of a sudden you’ll
feel the pull of a giant freight train of a fish. You’ll gain a
little line, just to give it all back again. Fighting a shark
will take all your strength and stamina and when you
finally get your fish to the boat you will be face to face
with an amazing predator. This is the time to be extra
careful and show this animal the respect it deserves;
the sharks that we catch are often bigger than the
average human and they really do have jaws of vicious
razor-like teeth and muscular bodies, hard as rock,
that are capable of doing damage to you and the boat.

The skin of a shark is firm and dense and if you get the
opportunity to touch a shark it will feel smooth as silk
in one direction, but like velcro when you rub it the
other way. A hammerhead shark is one of the most
peculiar creatures that you may ever see, with its
eyeballs positioned on weird extensions that jut out
from either side of its skull. Sharks are impressive
animals and epitomize big-game fishing. Many sharks
are fully protected and must be released, other
species are restricted by size.

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SHARK FISHING OFF MIAMI
Shark fin up close to the boat
Successful hammerhead shark catch
Thresher shark underwater near our charter boat
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