Shark Triple Header

Shark Triple Header

Triple header of these sharks in just over 250m.
Greedy buggers as theres only 2 droppers.


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Great photo m8

Sat, 2007-09-29 21:12

Great photo tim
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Lucky bugger!

Sat, 2007-09-29 21:29

Lucky bugger! Would have been fun, what type of sharks where they?

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Green Eyes

Sat, 2007-09-29 21:32

Dunno just some wierd Green eyed things. Couldnt believe I got 2 on the 1 snell.
Had to make a new STAINLESS SNELL while out there today to survive the sharks and Leatheries

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I have caught these sharks

Sun, 2007-09-30 05:28

I have caught these sharks before over east in 300mtrs plus water.
Thats about the size they grow to. We kept a couple as they don't return well from that depth and they are not to bad on the tooth.

Good photo.

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School Shark!

Sun, 2007-09-30 08:07

Great double triple header mate. How were they on the other end of the line? Give a good fight? I think it might be school shark. But good fish anyway.


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Geen eyed sharks. You know

Sun, 2007-09-30 09:27

Geen eyed sharks. You know you on mud/fine sand when your getting them buggers.
 
I haven't seen it but someone told me something wierd. Put the fillets on the kitchen bench and turn out the lights. He reckons they glow in the dark. Bio-luminesence gives off a eerie green glow.
I dont know if its the same fish as all he told me is that he caught a heap of little sharks out deep and the fillets where "radioactive green" in the dark.
He didnt eat them after that!
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Not quite

Sun, 2007-09-30 20:02

Doesnt quite look right. Dorsal fin looks too far back on the one on the site you posted. Not sure hard to compare the photos. Maybe?



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Green Eyed Dogfish

Sun, 2007-09-30 20:50

Green Eyed Dogfish it is . The first link you put up was for a Spiny Dogfish thats why it didnt look right.



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Are they any good to eat?

Sun, 2007-09-30 21:01

Are they any good to eat?

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kwl

Tue, 2008-04-22 22:33

Thts a kool catch mate!

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Spur Dogs

Wed, 2008-04-23 12:42

They are definately spur dogs. We used to get heaps out deep in South Aussie. They only grow to about 75cm. We ate a few, there not to bad. Watch out for the spikes, a friend of ours got one in his forearm, he couldnt work for 3 months as it was swollen and infected and he couldnt lift his arm above his shoulder as the pain to intense. 

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they must have put up a

Thu, 2010-03-04 16:52

they must have put up a fight. Nice tripple header!

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