Massive 14ft Hammerhead Shark Filmed

A massive great hammerhead shark has been filmed in the Bahamas. The 14-foot shark was swimming in the shallow waters of Montagu on June 24, 2016. According to the Bahamas National Trust, the shark may have been drawn to the bay by the smell of fillet fish and conch. Unfortunately, the docile shark may have been shot or speared in an effort to drive it away from the beach.  There have been conflicting reports as to who attempted to “scare” the shark away.  It is also unknown if the shark…

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Fisherman Caught Shark GPS-tracker tag

Kyle Kritz was on an offshore fishing trip when he landed the catch of a lifetime. The fisherman caught a shark GPS-tracker tag. Mr. Kritz and his friends were looking to catch tuna on a fishing excursion with Voo Doo Fishing Charters looking to catch tuna. The group was fishing an underwater salt dome off the Mississippi river called East Lump. Kritz had put out his line and ended up hooking a scalloped hammerhead shark. The angler fought the shark for around 30 minutes while following it for about a…

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Two Massive Sharks Caught off Beach

Fisherman caught two massive sharks off a beach on the north west coast of Western Australia. Jethro Bonnichta and Josh Butterworth reeled in what appears to be an approximately 13-foot tiger shark and a 13-foot-six-inch long  hammerhead in the waters north of Carnarvon. The two shared their photos with Rogue Offshore Facebook. The tiger shark took around 30-40 minutes to reel in while the hammerhead took about an hour and a half. Both sharks were positioned with their heads left in the water so the wave action would provide oxygen…

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Hammerhead shark filmed off California coast

A hammerhead shark has been filmed 10 miles off the coast of Dana Point, California. A group was out with Reelinn Charters and were catching Yellowfin Tuna and Skipjack when the shark appeared. One of the fisherman used his GoPro to video the shark as it stole fish from their lines. Hammerheads and other sharks, including great whites, appear to be remaining in the waters off the coast of Southern California. Normally great whites migrate to Baja California in the winter. However this year the waters are warmer than previous…

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Hammerhead shark bites kayak

Mark McCracke was fishing half a mile off the coast of Gaviota State Beach in California when he ran into a determined hammerhead shark. At first the shark just circled him, but then started hitting his kayak. After hitting the shark repeatedly for around 15 minutes, he decided it was time to get to shore. The 33-year-old told NBC News: “It hit the back of my kayak twice and I turned around to see it. I couldn’t tell if he was biting [the kayak] or if he was head-butting it,…

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Kayaker bitten by shark

A kayaker has been bitten by a shark in California. The unknown victim had apparently had their right ankle dangling in the water. A hammerhead shark bit the person around 2:40 p.m. off the beach from Pacific Coast Highway, between Malibu and Point Mugu. The victim was taken to the Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center in Thousand Oaks with non-life threatening injuries. Just last month the beach around La Jolla was closed after hammerheads were filmed swimming around a group of kayakers. This is the 68th attacks bites of…

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