Capt. Andy Whitbread of Fort Myers with a 13 foot - 750 lb hammerhead.
An hammeread shark caught with "Marktheshark" www.marktheshark.com
This hammerhead was attacked by a giant tiger shark.
This strange occur worldwide, but some species have more restricted ranges. The most widely distributed species is probably the smooth, or common, hammerhead, Sphyrna zygaena. Hammerhead sharkinhabit shallow waters along the coasts, bays and harbors where the water is calm and the bottom sandy. This shark fight hard making long surface and midwater runs and thrashing about causing a great deal of commotion. Fishing methods include slow trolling, drifting or still fishing with chum and baits that are oily or bloody. Mackerel, jack, squid and other baits, as well as artificial lures, may also work on occasion.
|MAX SIZE:||1500 lb / 680 kg|
|MAX LENGTH:||15 feet / 5 mt|