Although most sunbathing tourists don’t want to acknowledge it, sharks are everywhere in Florida: the beaches, the reefs, the estuaries, even miles upriver. Shark fishing comes in many forms – some fish for food, some for sport. Whichever your reason, the Top 10 tips presented here will give you what you need to get out and catch your shark.
Like every species chased by recreational anglers, one fisher's bait is another's lunch, and the sheer number of different species of shark means that somebody catching Mako sharks in Long Island will fish differently -- and with a different approach (especially seasonally) -- than we do when targeting big bull shark near Tampa Bay's Skyway bridge, or offshore on a 200' deep reef.
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