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Protected Sharks disallowed in Alabama Tournament – Sandbar sharks

Protected Sharks disallowed in Alabama Tournament – Sandbar sharks

16 July 2011 The Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo is currently taking place on Dauphin Island. This event is considered as one of the oldest and largest multi-species saltwater tournament in the country. According to al.com, three of the seven sharks brought to scales on Friday ( 15 July ) were disallowed because they were

Snug Harbor Shark Tournament 2011

Snug Harbor Shark Tournament 2011

Snug Harbor Shark Tournament 2011 Wakefield, Rhode Island. Thresher Shark (Alopias vulpinus) :1st Place ( and Grand Prize ): Size: 344 pounds

Montauk Marine Basin 41st Annual Shark Tag Tournament

Montauk Marine Basin 41st Annual Shark Tag Tournament

Location: Montauk, New York. This year, about 125 boats participated in the tournament, which took place at the Montauk Marin Basin.

Mako Mania Tournament 2011

Mako Mania Tournament 2011

Date: June 25 to 26, 2011.   Location: Clarks Landing, Point Pleasant Beach / New Jersey Tournament Result: 1st Place: Catch: mako shark, 280 pounds, 88 inches. Boat: ‘American Mustang’, Capt. Peter Casagrande. 2nd Place: Catch: mako shark, 247.5 pounds. Boat: ‘Tashtego’. 3rd Place: Catch: mako shark, 219 pounds. Boat: ‘Mushin’ SOURCE: Asbury Park Press

1000-Pound Mako caught in Florida

1000-Pound Mako caught in Florida

18. June 2011, Florida .    A giant shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) was caught by a group of Miami bankers participating in a Florida International University alumni tournament. The incident occurred about 16 miles off Elliot Key, which is the northernmost of the Florida Keys. It took the seven men, guided by “Wound Up”

Edisto Shark Tournament 2011

Edisto Shark Tournament 2011

Edisto, South Carolina. On June 11, Hunter Sutcliff (age 14) of Orangeburg won first place in the Inaugural EWT Thirsty Fish Shark Tournament by catching a 470-pound great hammerhead shark (Sphyrna mokarran).                                                   The specimen was measured to be 10 feet and 4 inches long. Result of the Tournament: 1st Place : Catch: Great hammerhead, 470

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