The Shark Boys


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We are a group of New Jersey based fisherman who target everything from trout in streams to large sharks off the beaches. We travel a lot in search of big fish and different species. With LBSF being our favorite we find ourselves traveling south a lot, especially in the colder months. Thanks for looking at our profile! 

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How To:
Catch Sandtigers From The Jersey Shore

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2019-Feb-10

In a few months, Jersey shark fishing will start back up again and while we prefer going to Florida for monster hammers, we are excited to get back to shark fishing the jersey beaches. To begin, shark fishing in New Jersey is EXTREMELY different than shark fishing in Florida. In Jersey, the two most...

How To:
Castable Shark Rig

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2019-Feb-09

We started shark fishing the same way most people start, by casting off the beach. This article is going to be to inform people new to the start how to create strong shark fishing rigs for casting off the beach. We've had success with these rigs for everything sandbar sharks, to black tips...
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How To:
Catch Sandtigers From The Jersey Shore

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2019-Feb-10

In a few months, Jersey shark fishing will start back up again and while we prefer going to Florida for monster hammers, we are excited to get back to shark fishing the jersey beaches. To begin, shark fishing in New Jersey is EXTREMELY different than shark fishing in Florida. In Jersey, the two most...

How To:
Castable Shark Rig

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2019-Feb-09

We started shark fishing the same way most people start, by casting off the beach. This article is going to be to inform people new to the start how to create strong shark fishing rigs for casting off the beach. We've had success with these rigs for everything sandbar sharks, to black tips...

How To:
Big Rigs For Big Baits

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2019-Feb-08

Im going to talk about the rigs we use when looking for giant fish with huge baits. As the sport grows I see more and more people using rigs that are completely under sized for the fish they are targeting. we base our hook size off of the bait and target species in the area, however our monster...

How To:
How To Service An Avet 80

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2019-Feb-08

After every couple trips on the sand its a good idea to service your reel. I service my big reels after every 5-10 days out on the beach or after each big fish. Alot of people pay decent money for shops to take apart and clean there reels but its actually very easy and anyone can do it at home in ab...

How To:
Dehookers

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2019-Jan-30

In addition to our homemade spider weights, after looking online at dehookers, I realized that I could make one that was much better for much less. I decided to just go with a hook type rather than the push pull type since all of my fishing is done with circle hooks and i can just pull them out...

How To:
Spider Weights

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2019-Jan-30

With the crappy selection of weights available on the market today, bricks seemed to be the best idea for awhile. However theyre extremely annoying and it was nice to not have to carry an extra 20lbs out onto the sand every trip. After i started making spider weights il never go back to tr...

Bullbuster In Action:
Hammer Time

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2019-Jan-30

After driving thousands of miles back and forth to Florida in search of a hammer head, we finally got the one we were looking for. We set out at 5 o'clock with our friend David from SharkersTM. Had baits out by 6, had our first shark (nurse) on by 6 and had a hammer on by 7. The hammer picked up the...

How To:
Catching Blacktips In The Keys

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2019-Jan-30

This winter we spent a few weeks in the keys in order to escape the cold. after talking to a friend who lives down in south Florida we were told about how many black tip sharks hang out around the bridges there. So we decided to go mess around with them. The way we targeted them was with balloon rig...

Fishing Report:
DUSKY SHARKS AND A NEW SHARK BOY

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2018-Aug-13

August is a great time in New Jersey. Year round, Jersey has pretty cold water. Especially this year since our winter tended to drag much long than normal. However, its August now and the water temps are hitting high 70s into the 80s, which is real warm for our oceans. During this time we have the p...

Bullbuster In Action:
Land-Based Shark Fishing Controversy/Tips

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2018-Aug-13

Lately, it seems as if there is a controversy over almost everything. From politics, to fishing everyone has a different opinion on what is correct. Recently, we have been noticing a lot of controversy over land based shark fishing. This year in particular we have noticed more and more people going ...

Fishing Report:
Shark Bait For New Jersey Landbased Shark Fishing

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2018-Jul-30

What Are The Best Baits For Shark Fishing From Land In New Jersey     “What bait should I use?” We hear this being asked A LOT when people first get into shark fishing. Bait really depends on area when it comes to shark fishing. For instance, in Florida you may have the opportu...

Bullbuster In Action:
Circle Vs. J Hooks

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2018-Jul-30

Choosing Your Shark Hooks (Circle Hook Vs. J Hook)There are many benefits to using different kinds of hooks while fishing. However, which hook is the best for sharks? Personally, we use circle hooks but there is reasons why many people would not feel comfortable using them.Circle Hooks For Shark Fis...

Bullbuster In Action:
MEET THE SHARK BOYS

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by: The Shark Boys

Posted On : 2018-May-15

We Are The Shark Boys!Hey guys! We are “The Shark Boys” and we are so excited to be apart of the bullbuster community. It was just a few years ago that we spent our day’s pond hopping for largemouth bass, to now driving along the coast looking for monster sharks. Since this is our first articl...

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