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  • SHARK SPECIES BELIEVED EXTINCT FOUND IN FISH MARKET

    SHARK SPECIES BELIEVED EXTINCT FOUND IN FISH MARKET

    WHEN SCOUTING FOR extremely rare species probably the last place you’d think to check would be “the store.”

  • Illegal Shark Harvest Vs. Texa PWD

    Illegal Shark Harvest Vs. Texa PWD

    As apex predators, sharks are extremely important to the balance of a healthy marine ecosystem. But environmental pirates are taking a toll on sharks, as seen in this video.

  • The Shark Tank Deal that Partnered with Mike Iaconelli | Line Cutterz

    The Shark Tank Deal that Partnered with Mike Iaconelli | Line Cutterz

    At the beginning of the month Ike Live partnered with a company that's definitely on the rise. Line Cutterz first hit the scene on Shark Tank, where owner Vance Zahorski was able to successfully pitch his product and land a deal with Daymond John. Vance came on the podcast to discuss our new partnership, his challenge to Mike and much more Ike Live Video Below

  • West Coast Paddleboarder Catches Unusual Shark Fishing On Cam

    West Coast Paddleboarder Catches Unusual Shark Fishing On Cam

    A California man filmed some unusual shark fishing when he was out on a paddleboarding trip near San Diego over the weekend.

  • Scientists Join White Shark Expedition

    Scientists Join White Shark Expedition

    Director of the Center for Shark Research at Mote Marine Laboratory, and scientists from several other institutions are boarding OCEARCH’s research vessel this week for a return expedition to the waters off South Carolina, north Florida and Georgia –Expedition Lowcountry II. This Jan. 15-Feb. 5 trip, the 31st expedition hosted by OCEARCH, aims to expand scientific knowledge about white sharks, popularly known as great white sharks.

  • New Recreational/Commercial Shark Fishing Requirements for 2018

    New Recreational/Commercial Shark Fishing Requirements for 2018

    NOAA Fisheries reminds Highly Migratory Species (HMS) vessels that the remaining new recreational and commercial measures implementing Amendment 5b to the 2006 Consolidated Atlantic HMS Fishery Management Plan (FMP) become effective January 1, 2018. Amendment 5b implemented a range of management measures to end overfishing and rebuild overfished dusky sharks. Other measures for Amendment 5b became effective June 5, 2017. For more details on all of these measures, and to view the associated outreach materials, please refer to the Amendment 5b website:

  • Defender of Sharks Killed by Shark off Coast of Reunion Island

    Defender of Sharks Killed by Shark off Coast of Reunion Island

    A shark lover who was devoted to warning people about the animals was mauled to death in the world's black spot for such attacks.

  • Reef Shark Toll Overestimated?

    Reef Shark Toll Overestimated?

    New research suggests we've hurt reef shark populations much less than previously assumed. by David Shiffman, Hakai Magazine

  • Shark Species Bouncing Back

    Shark Species Bouncing Back

    Sharks took a huge publicity hit when "Jaws" was released in movie theaters, but it looks like the marine animals are finally bouncing back: Six species that had dwindled in number due to Atlantic Ocean overfishing have made population gains, says a new report.

  • Tiger Shark Recaptured in North Florida 10 Years After Tagging

    Tiger Shark Recaptured in North Florida 10 Years After Tagging

    The tiger shark was caught as a pup when it was a mere 32-inches long, and, remarkably, it was caught 10 years ago to the day from when Wolk landed the fish.

  • Record Buffalo Bigmouth with Fin-Finder Sand Shark Recurve

    Record Buffalo Bigmouth with Fin-Finder Sand Shark Recurve

    Barnes, of Wamego, KS reports, "I was catfishing where the Republican River comes into Milford Lake on May 21, 2016. The carp and buffalo were spawning along the weed lines and the catfish were feeding on the eggs.

  • Scientists Use Ultrasound to Study Tiger Shark Reproduction

    Scientists Use Ultrasound to Study Tiger Shark Reproduction

    Researchers from the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and the University of New England used the same ultrasound imaging technology used by medical professionals on pregnant women to study the reproductive biology of female tiger sharks. The study offers marine biologists a new technique to investigate the reproductive organs and determine the presence of embryos in sharks without having to sacrifice the animal first, which was commonly done in the past.

  • Texas Residents Plead Guilty to Federal Shark Violations, fined $45,000

    Texas Residents Plead Guilty to Federal Shark Violations, fined $45,000

    Rick Nguyen, 37, of Buras, and Hung Anh Tiet, 29, of Dallas, Texas, pleaded guilty to shark violations involving illegal finning and over the limit of sharks. Shark "finning" is an illegal practice of removing the shark's fins, which are the most profitable part of the shark, and then discarding the rest of the shark's body overboard

  • Great White Sharks at Cape Cod May Double Their Numbers

    Great White Sharks at Cape Cod May Double Their Numbers

    great white shark was photographed in August swimming close to a windsurfer off Nauset Beach in Orleans.A great white shark was photographed in August swimming close to a windsurfer off Nauset Beach in Orleans. Members of a working group tasked with studying ways to improve public safety say swimmers will need to be educated about the risks of going too far offshore.

  • Shark Attacks Hit Record High in 2015

    Shark Attacks Hit Record High in 2015

    International Shark Attack File notes 98 unprovoked shark attacks – including six fatalities – with US, Australia and South Africa witnessing highest numbers Sharks attacked people 98 times in 2015, a spike in unprovoked attacks that set a new record as human populations rise, researchers found in an annual global tally released on Monday.

  • No Surprise: Shark Hotspots Overlap with Commercial Fishing Boat Locations

    No Surprise: Shark Hotspots Overlap with Commercial Fishing Boat Locations

    new study from an international team of scientists found commercial fishing vessels target shark hotspots, areas where sharks tend to congregate, in the North Atlantic. The researchers suggest that sharks are at risk of being overfished in these oceanic hotspots.

  • NOAA Says Atlantic Shark Populations Healthy—Commercial Season Opens Jan. 1

    NOAA Says Atlantic Shark Populations Healthy—Commercial Season Opens Jan. 1

    NOAA Fisheries strives to achieve balance between the long-term survival of fish stocks with the long-term survival of fisheries, which includes commercial and recreational fishermen­—the shark fishery is no exception to this

  • Coast Guards Releases Illegally Caught Sharks

    Coast Guards Releases Illegally Caught Sharks

    A Coast Guard Station South Padre Island, Texas, boat crew frees a shark from illegal gill net Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015. (U.S. Coast Guard photo) CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Coast Guard freed 50 living sharks and two tripletail Tuesday, from illegal longline gear and gill net that was found about 400 yards offshore, near South Padre Island. Five dead sharks were also caught in the illegal fishing gear.

  • Shark Researchers Tag Record 4 Great Whites in Single Day off Cape Cod

    Shark Researchers Tag Record 4 Great Whites in Single Day off Cape Cod

    The shark-tagging season remains active off Cape Cod as researchers continue spotting great whites close to shore.

  • Bull Shark Travels 80 Miles Along Florida Coast in 128 Days

    Bull Shark Travels 80 Miles Along Florida Coast in 128 Days

    The bull shark named "Social Distortion" was originally tagged and released by angler Tyler Guidice on April 15, 2015 while fishing with Captain Chad Robert and Mate Hunter Lafever aboard the charter boat Outcast out of Haulover Inlet in southeast Florida.