WOBBEGONG AND SHARK FISHING

December 20, 2012 § Leave a comment

It's a long story why Brian started catching Wobbegong sharks.  We'll try and explain the reasons eventually. The rock dwelling species would be caught on a set-line then speared to enable the toothy shark to be boated.  The location here are the rocks at Sugarloaf Point.

It’s a long story why Brian started catching Wobbegong sharks. We’ll try and explain the reasons eventually. The rock dwelling species would be caught on a set-line then speared to enable the toothy shark to be boated. The location here are the rocks at Sugarloaf Point.

 

A small shark gave Mauri Lee a bite - if untreated a serious infection could result. A herbal mixture healed the injury within three days.

A small shark gave Mauri Lee a bite – if untreated a serious infection could result. A herbal mixture healed the injury within three days.

Future fish and chips. Wobbegong sharks were almost 'B' grade 'fish' and well above the quality of 'flake' that is popular shark fillets in Victorian.Future fish and chips. Wobbegong sharks were almost ‘B’ grade ‘fish’ and well above the quality of ‘flake’ that is the popular shark fillets in Victoria.

 

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"Greetings from Bali" wrote Brian Davies.

“Greetings from Bali” wrote Brian Davies.

Large bull shark caught offshore and destined to become seafood.

Large bull shark caught offshore and destined to become seafood.

The End. Thanks for visiting, Please tell your friends.

The End. Thanks for visiting,

la fin, merci de votre visite.最後,感謝您訪問, 마지막 방문 해 주셔서 감사합니다

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