Shark Smart

Shark Smart

In the previous post, I noted the number of hooked fish being cut off by sharks. Yeah its surprising, a totally new thing here in Southern New England. But the flip side of this coin is the serious side. Anglers need to be shark smart, especially wading anglers. No the risk isn’t enormous and I don’t want to make it sound that way,  but the risk is nevertheless present.

Head of the Meadow Beach

Recently I was on Cape Cod and the need for angler awareness was clearly evident. When you walk to outer beaches, spots like Head of the Meadow,  the reality sinks in quickly. There is just no avoiding it. Yes, we all must be shark smart.

Shark Smart

Here on the Cape’s Atlantic side, the sign points out that the number of shark are at their greatest in August, September and October. Yet it also tells you sharks may be present at almost any time of year. If you want to learn more about great white sharks you can visit There is an app available as well, that reports shark activity.

Severe Bleeding Kit




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