Florida is expected later this month to approve a nationwide ban on the usual practice used by fishermen, which involves dumping the bloody gut from its coastline to lure sharks. is set for a final public hearing in the Gainsville State Commission for the Conservation of Fish and Wildlife. These employees have already recommended approval of the ban, Fresh Take Florida, a news service based on the University of Florida, said.
"Personally, I would strongly prefer not to be in the water, where people call the bell for the ocean, the best predator," said Debbie Salamonne. In 2014, Salamon had an Achilles tendon, torn off from a shark near the Cape Canaveral Coast. – This is a technique that is often used to lure sharks in the area and includes the dispersion of blood, oil, and soil pieces in water, which will take effect on July 1.
Some fishermen say that the proposed rule threatens their long-standing traditions and punishes fishermen which can not either
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"I beg you to walk easy with your rules and collections," one Fisherman wrote to the commission. "The opportunity to enjoy a fishing tradition, including shark fishing, should be accessible and accessible to everyone."
The scientist says catching sharks from the beaches can damage the sharks. It is unclear how the state will carry out a ban on its 663 miles from the coastline
Associated press contributed to this report.