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Reef Shark

AKA: Caribbean Reef Shark Family: Shark

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Reef Shark

Reef Shark Specifications


Water: Salt/Coastal Waters Where: Offshore / Surf / Inshore
Size: Most common at 10-30 pounds with the occasional lunker reaching about 100 pounds.
Fight: A preety good fighter but considered a nuisance rather than a sport fish unless specifically targeted.
Deliciousness: Good
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Drifting / Still Fishing
Baits: Baitfish Tackle: Spinning / Baitcasting

All members of the shark family are identifiable by most anglers pretty easily, as they for the most part have similarly shaped and colored bodies (anywhere from a light brown, tan or grey if not darker upper halfs and a lighter underside), what sets the Reef Shark apart is its smaller gill slits and a fatter body than others that are very similar in appearance.

These fish are found in deep and near shore waters along the coast.

Dead baitfish and varring cutbaits work the best as a natural bait, while artificials are not commonly used when targeting this fish.


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Fishing Reports Featuring Reef Shark

07/23/15 Fort Lauderdale Fishing
06/09/11 Hernando Beach - Pompano & Sharks
12/05/08 Fort Lauderdale Report

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