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  1. a bigger boat! Bill Whitaker got to go on a tagging exposition with the old Outdoor Channel fishing show Go Fisch guys from Cali for some White Shark grab a$$ with Chris and Brett. Also featured in the expose was resident shark guru....aka The Great White Shark Whisper Greg Skomal. Anybody else DVR it or see it a couple weeks back (01-19-20). Definitely worth a look if you fish Cape Cod or New England waters in general. These ain't your dad's waters anymore. This show was really cool with other wildlife segments including the wolves of Yellow Stone. 60 minutes..... Cape Cod is now one of the world’s white shark “hot spots.” Scientists are attaching electronic tracking tags to as many sharks as they can.