Hey Night Trout, IMHO I think sharpnoses are pretty darn good. I've had it both fried and grilled. You just have to carefully prep the shark prior to getting home (bleeding it, gutting it, removing blood veins, icing, etc....). I usually soak the fillets overnight in regular salt water to remove any leftover gamey pissy smell/taste...but if you prep it right you don't have to soak it. Add Tony Cachere's seasoning, black pepper, & fire up the grill, I always baste it w/ a little bbq sauce b4 pulling off the grill......Night Trout said:Whats wrong with the sharpnose,are they not good to eat?
Hey Night Trout, if you think a 14' jon boat isn't safe enough, check out Jolly Roger & crew catching big sharks and going for sleigh rides ....http://2coolfishing.com/ttmbforum/showthread.php?t=70959Night Trout said:I have a little 14' jon boat so it's a little scarry bring a mad shark on board! I usually fish from the beach for that reason. LoL