This was the last day of our week long shark fishing trip to the South Carolina Grand Strand near Myrtle Beach. We were shark fishing out of Murrells Inlet, which is near Garden City Beach. All of the fishing was done from a boat, with rod and reel, and we both anchored and drifted for the sharks.
We were targeting blacktip and spinner sharks, but a common by-catch in South Carolina when shark fishing for the species are sharpnose sharks. The shark bait we were using was menhaden, bluefish and other locally caught fish.
Most all sharks are protected with size and creel limits, so make sure you are aware of what these limits are before harvesting sharks to eat. Also, if you plan to eat a shark, make sure you know the steps to properly handle the fish while on the boat to insure the best food quality.
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Dieter Melhorn Fishing
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Cramerton, NC 28032
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