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Hooks do not rust out. We caught a female black tip shark with three other hooks in and around her mouth along with our hook. A total of 4 hooks in her mouth. Here Joe from Carolina shark Conservancy explains.
Fossil dig with Palmetto Fossil Excurssions! Amazing finds....
Whale jaw bone, many shark teeth including a partial Megalodon tooth, a horse tooth, turtle shell and many more...
We used a Bonita fish head
Newly added 3 blacktip sharks (including Odin the one I kissed) I tagged, three bull sharks I swam with in florida, and a lemon shark I tagged
I am a marine biologist with a healthy obsession of sharks! I have worked as the head of education for a new small and emerging aquarium. But of course recently I have been volunteering with cscsharks in Charleston South Carolina tagging sharks with tags from NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).
I leave in less than 2 weeks to fish and tag more sharks with CSCSharks in South Carolina!!
My objective is to spread education and awarness through my passion and love of all things sharks.
My main goal is to develop an educational tv show about the adaptations that sharks have gone through through out their hundreds of mllions of years of exsistance to become a keystone species.
I am also very interested in tattoo modeling. I use to model in the past and think that with my theme of tattoos I am unique enough to remembered.
Check out this great video
This guy tried to eat a hook and bait made for a larger fish. Unfortunately he would have died so we kept him to use as bait.
Using a cross section of sharpnose shark as bait.
This is Odin, Yes i kissed him!!!
Tagging sharks in South Carolina with cscsharks. With three trips under my belt, we have tagged Black tip sharks, Lemon sharks and Sandbar sharks!!! I will be returning for more!! Save the sharks!