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I've got the perfect place . . . http://www.virginiaaquarium.com/default.aspx

The Aquarium has five sand tiger sharks in the Norfolk Canyon Aquarium. They co-exist with other species of sharks, as well as other fish and rays. The individual sharks are identified by unique physical characteristics, such as the number of notches on their dorsal fin.

Weighing in at just over 200 pounds and measuring 8 feet long, the largest of the Aquarium’s sharks is a female named Double Notch.

You might try smuggling in your Ronco pocket fisherman and use the an all beef hotdog from the snack bar.
 

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Be very careful the state snuck a addendum in the shark law in 07 putting basicly closed season on large costal sharks (blacktips, bulls,etc) from may 15-july 15th

4 VAC 20-490-40. RECREATIONAL CATCH LIMITATIONS.
E. It shall be unlawful for any person to take, harvest, land, or possess any blacktip, bull, great
hammerhead, lemon, nurse, scalloped hammerhead, smooth hammerhead, spinner or tiger
shark, from May 15 through July 15 of any calendar year.
 

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If you do find them, be sure to take good care of them and release quickly. They take long time to mature to breeding age and are slow reproducers.

Good luck!
 
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