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News As with their 2016 Shark Race to the White House, Nova Southeast University researchers will again use tagged sharks to predict political winners As with their 2016 Shark Race to the White House, Nova Southeast University researchers will again use tagged sharks to predict political winners…
News The common bonnethead shark appears to be an exception to the rule that sharks are strictly meat eaters. Scientists have learned that the bonnethead shark can supplement its diet of crustaceans by munching on sea grass.
Miami Summer Shark Fishing Charters Miami Summer Shark Fishing Charters see some great action. It the Summer we some of ... ...The waters to the south of us warm up as theThe post Miami Summer Shark Fishing Charters appeared first on Deep Sea Fishing Miami.
News “Rob” is swimming northward just in time for summer “Rob” is swimming northward just in time for summer…
I have been fishing for a long time. In that time I have crossed off many species on my bucket list and on a recent trip with Mad Shark Charters I was able to remove another one. I know thisThe post Dana’s First Ray Saves The Day With Mad Shark Charters appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
News Scientists have tracked “Rob,” a mako shark tagged off Maryland, to Rhode Island and south to Florida in 283 days. A mako sharked tagged off Maryland has been tracked swimming from Rhode Island to Florida.
via Instagram http://ift.tt/2C4cnSMThe post Capt. Manny and Capt. Billy with a jumbo Sand Bar Shark this week! #deepseafishingmiami #spellbound appeared first on Deep Sea Fishing Miami.
News The shark has traveled more than 37,500 miles in 1,240 days. How far has "Andy" the tiger shark traveled? Scientists from the Guy Harvey Research Institute checked in and revealed the shark's record-setting path.
This short film from Angler’s Eye Media features fly fishing for mako shark off the coast of southern California. “With speed, strength, and what may be the most acrobatic aerials on the planet the mako will test not only their …
From field guides and shark species to Back Seat with Fish, a memoir by Henry Hughes, Matt Miller writes about his top book picks for “fish nerds” this holiday season. Via The Nature Conservancy, Cool Green Science. A new backpack … more →