Shark id please

 First one thinking black tip and second one think thick skin but not too sure sorry but doubled up head shot second one

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The one

Sun, 2018-01-14 01:29

 The one with the black tips is probaly a Spinner Shark. 

I dont think the other one is a Thickskin because the dorsal fin looks too small. Not sure what it is tho . 

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 Spinner and dusky? Hard to

Sun, 2018-01-14 07:18

 Spinner and dusky? Hard to tell from the photos

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School sharks

Sun, 2018-01-14 14:13

Thinking school sharks, definitely not thickskins--dorsal and pec fins too small.

 

Shame on you Russ, they must be cleaned as soon as you get them out of the water as the brown strip along the inside of the spine below the guts has to be romoved otherwise they taste of ammonia. All cutting the tail off does is bleed them

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 yeah i know but we they were

Sun, 2018-01-14 15:41

 yeah i know but we they were done within the hour. 2 diff sharks there 1 has pointed snout not like a mako but and the other has more rounded. 

same was done on the hammer we got earlier in the week and tasted great , no taste to it at all

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question

Sun, 2018-01-14 18:37

 

 gday jon ( i think) long time,

question do you need to do that with most sharks? remove the brown strip..

 

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 with all sharks. tastes not

Sun, 2018-01-14 18:42

 with all sharks. tastes not too good otherwise. usually asap. bleeding a must cutting tail and head  but not nessesary to remove the fins 

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Brown strip

Mon, 2018-01-15 06:44

goes with all sharks, clean them and get rid of the strip as soon as you can, the longer it is in there the more ammonia taste goes through the flesh. Als when cleaning them it is important to flush out the hole that runs down the spine, any blood left in there goes off very quickly

 

You see some that have the idea that cutting the fins off will stop it happening but all that does is removing the handles and make it harder to carry and clean.  Cutting the tail off is one of the best ways to bleed them but I prefer to cut straight acroos the back of the head, it kills them instantly and drops all the blood in one hit

 

The next one I get I am going to record the easiest and quickest way to clean  and how to protect you knife edge at the same time. When profishing we would time each other on cleaning , removing spne and washing with deck hose, all in just under 2 minutes on a nearly 2 metre thickskin

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 Pointy one is a Schoolie but

Sun, 2018-01-14 20:52

 Pointy one is a Schoolie but i'm buggered if i know what no.2 is?

 

Hard to tell a little unless you see in the flesh