Discussion in 'Florida Sport Fishing Reports' started by westmeetseast, Sep 25, 2007.
I just wonder how many hundreds of days he got skunked soaking barricuda heads before this swam through.
That's a biggun...
Nice shark but why kill if it if there is noe food value to it?
Before someone jumps on me please post a recipe for hammerhead if you want to or post something that says they are good tablefare (you will be hard pressed to find anything like that.)
Maybe it died during the fight?
And maybe I can't stop staring at your avatar
That's actually what happened...
Angler drawn to Flagler by shark tales lands one 12 feet long - News - MSNBC.com
That actually happened too...
I have no problem with the catch then...........
If that is what the Atlantic ocean has to offer in 20' of water, I'll be glad
to free dive lobster right here in San Diego. Holly shit that things HUGE.
Thats an impressive catch. Good for him
I can't stop staring at my avatar either......sorry.
But maybe a win next year in the BD tourney will fix that Tim.
They get a lot bigger than that. I hate Hammerheads cause they are unpredictable like a Tiger.
I can't find the right posts, but not that uncommon. Some of these shorebound shark fisherman would call that a par for the course fish.
I'll keep looking, but until then.
InterMedia Outdoors Forums: Shorebound Shark tourney(Lotta pics)
I wouldn't want to swim off that beach...surfers should feel a tad safer.
Two things maybe three. That is one big shark and big cajunas to brong that sucker in. Second either that guy has big dreams or knows something he should of told the local surfers about fishing with that big freakin rig he has. Third I can't remember cause I'm looking at that avatar too.
DAMM that is a lot of tigers! i would never step foot in that water.
Nice Shark...Are Hammerheads good to eat?
Kinda of a waste if you can't eat it...imo...
Can't tell 100% from the picture, but it looks like a female...either that or Hammerheads have short claspers..
That's funny. I've surfed right there hundreds of times. I grew up 20 min north of there in Crescent Beach, St. Augustine... Probably surf near there again in March when I'm visiting family...
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