Wilgabeast

Brown sharks

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Get out and go fishing if you have the know how and gear to handle it . These sharks are down in numbers so please do not go after them if you can’t land them in a timely manner and handle them properly . Last Friday we landed 6 sharks lost 4 and missed two . 12 total takes that night 

 

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Nice.

Looks like fun for the whole family, or friends  if someone in charge has 

the know how.

 

 

I've had some fun doing this several years back trying to target

big bass and found it to be surprisingly as entertaining as hooking up on big WSB under the stars.   

 

Nice to see all the smiles.   Enjoy Fly

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It is suggested to leave them and unhook them in the white water . But there’s no restrictions on taking them out to unhook them . In Massachusetts atleast . Some states did place restrictions on it though so your not completely off 

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6 hours ago, Wilgabeast said:

It is suggested to leave them and unhook them in the white water . But there’s no restrictions on taking them out to unhook them . In Massachusetts atleast . Some states did place restrictions on it though so your not completely off 

I was thinking of the federal shark regs. 

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