In Photos: Three Favorite Sharks

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Lemon sharks on the flats often must be teased into taking a rig. This shark is fired up after having gorged on several chunks.David McCleaf
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Watch those teeth! Capt. Rick Murphy controls a big lemon shark by the tail before carefully releasing it.Pat Ford
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Small makos like this are typical off Southern California, but 1,000-pound monsters swim these waters too.Ric Burnley
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Bill Brown
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Extreme care must be taken with common and bigeye (pictured here) threshers, as their tails can pose a danger to anglers near the boat.Jason Arnold / jasonarnoldphoto.com