Sea fishermen's yearning for the sea is endless, there are such a group of people, they cross the border, not afraid of danger, across the sea, just for their own giants, we were one of them, for that persistence, in order to break through their highest record, traveled all over the world, from Florida to Andaman to Papua all the way, members of the team. There are countless large-scale fishes caught by fishermen, and these sea fishermen are constantly refreshing their records, from dozens of kilograms of small tunas to dozens of kilograms of large groupers, to hundreds of kilograms of GT, to hundreds of kilograms of marlin, and so on.
As long as it is a sea fisherman whose target is these large fish species, and these species can be said to be their lifelong pursuit, but there are also exceptions, such as fishing at sea, the most afraid of fishing on a large fish is sharks, they also have a huge body, fierce character, and even some sharks can reach hundreds of kilograms, such a large fish. Why are sea fishermen afraid of catching sharks?
Maybe many partners have fishing experience and some friends have fished in the sea, but they never heard that they would take sharks as their target when they go fishing. Generally, people go fishing in the sea with tuna, grouper, cattle harbor, octopus, Qinggan and swordfish as their main targets. Of course, as long as they are sea fishermen, they must have fishing experience more or less, but this is the end. It's all passive. Nobody wants to provoke sharks.
Why are sea fishermen afraid of catching sharks?
There are many reasons, which make fishermen afraid of catching sharks. Let's pick up a few more important reasons.
1. Sharks are ferocious. When they catch sharks, they usually have huge pulling force and are good at struggling. They usually need three or five fishermen to fight with them in turn. However, in the end, they lose their temper, and eventually lead to broken rods and broken lines. In order to catch a shark, they lose a lot of fishing gear.
2. Sharks are generally protected by local laws in fishing grounds. For example, in Myanmar's seamount fishing grounds, at the risk of breaking the rod and breaking the line, two or three fishing friends jointly fight up a shark of 200 to 300 kg. At this time, the guide on the side of the fishing is a shark, and immediately says: shark is fierce, so the law protects species in the seas, fishing for the sake of the safety of both sharks and fishing friends. Sharks are not allowed to leave the water, nor are they allowed to catch on board. They are cut and released directly in the water. This is very helpless for fishermen. It takes so much effort to fight it up. Once you see that there is no chance for the shark to take a picture, you can release it immediately. This makes the fishermen lose temper. So many sea fishermen pray when they are climbing the giant. Don't catch sharks.
3. Once a fisherman catches a shark in the nearby sea area, it shows that this sea area is a predatory area for sharks, and the possibility of shark interception will be greatly increased. What shark interception means may not be understood by many friends. Shark interception means that if a fisherman catches a fish in this sea area, which is about one meter in size, he will be mistaken by sharks in the process of fishing. This fish is its target food and will be intercepted. Once the shark is caught, the fisherman will eventually catch the fish out of the water, fearing that only the head of the fish will be left.
So in the sea where fishermen catch sharks, the possibility of this kind of shark interception will be greatly improved. After half a day's busy life, sharks will only leave a head for you. This is one of the reasons why sea fishermen are afraid of catching sharks. Once we fished in Miami, USA, this was the case. After the first fisherman caught a gray shark, three good-sized species were successively caught by sharks. Fish cut-off, when the water is only left with a head, or half of the head
What about a shark cut? I can only say salad, there is no way, they can do in deep water, unless they are sailing away, looking for a fishing ground again, or that is dead, no longer throwing a rod, if luck is good, these sharks will go to the next fishing ground in an hour or two, and if luck is bad, they will wander here all day.