Saltwater Fishing Discussion Board Including Inshore Fishing, Offshore Fishing, Saltwater Fly Fishing and Kayak Fishing Read this a couple minutes ago. Interesting observation he had about the Galapagos Sharks coming in and cleaning out his local banks. Obviously the Galapagos Sharks have been pretty thick at Alijos the last couple years and the fishing there seems to be correspondingly down too. With the big tuna being more mobile than the reef predators I imagine that when the sharks are in, they just go about their business or move off to another location but has anyone noticed a difference in the quality of other catches at clarion or HB since the Galapagos Sharks seem to really enjoy those waters? Not sure how often people are dropping down for olive grouper, pargo or any of the other reef fish there when the tuna aren't hungry.