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Sportfish Center staff were excited to catch a Mako Shark when fishing an offshore reef site. Luckily we were prepared and had a Pop-off Satellite Archival Tag (PSAT) on-board. The 8.2' shark was quickly tagged and released. The tag will pop off the shark after 6 months and the data collected will provide us with information about its movement.

 

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