Bonnethead Sharks 

Bonnethead Sharks are a blast on light tackle. They can be caught from mid spring through the summer. They will cruise the very shallow water looking for shrimp and crabs similar to redfish with their fins out of the water. They are an aggressive feeder, put up a great fight, and are surprisingly good on the table. They can be fooled on fly with a little help from some scent or chum and provide a worthy opponent. These fish can also be targeted in the deep holes between creeks and can add an extra bonus while waiting for the grass to flood during a redfish trip.

Tucker Blythe

About Tucker Blythe

Captain Tucker Blythe was born and raised in Charlotte, NC. His love of fishing began at an early age learning how to fool mountain trout with a fly rod. As a teenager he began fishing the North Carolina and South Carolina coastline and found a new passion. The Salt.

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