A scientist for the Virginia Institute of Marine Science gets ready to drop a small sandbar shark back into Chesapeake Bay after measuring and tagging the shark. S.C. and federal agencies are investigating whether prohibited species, including sandbar sharks, were caught during a June 10 shark fishing tournament in Edisto Beach, S.C.
A scientist for the Virginia Institute of Marine Science gets ready to drop a small sandbar shark back into Chesapeake Bay after measuring and tagging the shark. S.C. and federal agencies are investigating whether prohibited species, including sandbar sharks, were caught during a June 10 shark fishing tournament in Edisto Beach, S.C. . File
A scientist for the Virginia Institute of Marine Science gets ready to drop a small sandbar shark back into Chesapeake Bay after measuring and tagging the shark. S.C. and federal agencies are investigating whether prohibited species, including sandbar sharks, were caught during a June 10 shark fishing tournament in Edisto Beach, S.C. . File

Anglers in SC shark fishing tourney could be in trouble for what they hauled in

June 20, 2017 09:00 AM

UPDATED July 03, 2017 01:59 PM

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