Sep 19 2012

Shark tagging off the Cape

Published by at 10:59 am under Cape Cod,Fishing

Thanks to Marta for bringing this awesome shark expedition site to my attention. Ocearch is a serious tagging operation that catches Great Whites, hauls them onto a submersible sling, and then measures, tags, and samples these magnificent beasts before releasing them back to the sea.

They are currently having great success off of Cape Cod and have tagged two big sharks in the past week or so.

http://ocearch.org/expeditionblog/mary-lee-a-legendary-shark/

Once tagged, the sharks can be tracked online.

4 responses so far

4 Responses to “Shark tagging off the Cape”

  1. jim forbeson 20 Sep 2012 at 7:14 am

    th sharkie needs a studded collar wiuth rhiestones or a seal tooth necklace. High fashion sharks on the Cape. Catch the Wave now!
    jim

  2. Charlieon 22 Sep 2012 at 11:35 am

    Magnificent beasts indeed! My “Cojones Award” goes to the guy who is the first to leap onto the platform with one very angry shark to place a towel over his eyes. Yikes!

  3. Tracking Great White Sharkson 26 Sep 2012 at 10:03 pm

    […] tagging, and bio-sampling of great white sharks before they are released. (Thanks to my friend¬†David Churbuck¬†for pointing me to […]

  4. Tim S.on 27 Sep 2012 at 2:08 pm

    So, you’re saying there’s a website that can tell me what area of the ocean to stay away from? Epic.

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