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Sharpnose Shark

AKA: Atlantic Sharpnose Shark Family: Shark

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Sharpnose Shark

Sharpnose Shark Specifications

Water: Salt/Coastal Waters Where: Surf / Inshore
Size: Most common at a pound or so up to about 10 with large fish reaching somewhere in the 15 pound range.
Fight: As like any shark, strong and fiesty and given the right tackle, makes a fine gamester.
Deliciousness: Very Good
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Drifting / Still Fishing
Baits: Baitfish Tackle: Spinning

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 Atlantic Sharpnose Shark apart is its long slender body, short dorsal fin and pointed snout, dark edges may be present along some fins.

These fish are found at inshore or coastal waters and in the surf.

Live or dead baitfish, cutbaits and shrimp make for the best natural bait, while artificials are not commonly used when targeting this fish.

Props Board Pictures of Sharpnose Shark

15 Lbs Atlantic Sharpnose Shark

Fishing Reports Featuring Sharpnose Shark

09/10/13 Fort Lauderdale, FL Night Fishing
07/29/11 Port Canaveral Offshore 07-20-11
07/29/11 Port Canaveral Offshore 07-13-11
12/20/10 Port Canaveral Offshore 12/18/10
11/05/10 Port Canaveral Offshore 11-03-10
10/26/10 Port Canaveral Offshore 10/22/10
09/30/10 Port Canaveral Offshore 09/28/10
09/30/10 Port Canaveral Offshore 09/27/10
04/07/10 Port Canaveral Offshore - Tuesday
02/05/10 Port Canaveral Offshore

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