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Re: San Diego Shakedown Day 3 - The Day the Engine Died

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Actually your dog Friday seemed to show great restraint with all the pelicans and sea lions on the bait barge.

I want to know if you caught any fish, or if you had to fry up the squid and sardines for dinner for yourselves?

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Yea, the dog manages to control herself pretty well.

LOL.. We didn't end up eating the bait. We have a lot of food aboard, so we were good. We caught a two foot shark, but he broke free just as we were bringing him aboard. Would have made for some great shark steaks. They're one of our favorites.
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Re: San Diego Shakedown Day 3 - The Day the Engine Died

Shark is safe to cook and eat. However the meat may have a a very high ammonia content, because the pass urine though their skin. Soaking in milk can allieviate that. Some sharks have higher ammonia content.Mako, lemon, blacktip, hammerhead. are the best to eat. You also have to watch for parasites in shark meat

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