MadFin Shark Series has gained great recognition in recent years, and appeals to a wide audience of viewers. Sharks in themselves are mysterious: threatening, dangerous, incredibly powerful. They make for some seriously exciting television. This catch-and-release shark tournament pits the genetic gifts of sharks against the skill of anglers, and showcases the talents of both. Though sharks can be incredibly dangerous for anglers to handle, MadFin serves to show a TV audience how proper technique and handling can make the shark as straightforward to release and any other fish species.
It's the morning of the 1st day of the 11th annual Madfin Shark Series: the only catch and release shark competition. All four teams compete from Venice, Louisiana.
Day 1 continues mid day as four teams in Venice, LA battle to see who catches and releases the most sharks.
It comes right down to the wire as the 1st day of the Madfin Shark Series concludes. Four teams finish the first of 3 days battling each other and the sharks..
The 2nd Day of the 2016 Madfin Shark Series begins with the four teams catching sharks in Venice, LA. The hunt for hammerheads continue.
Day 2 continues mid day in Venice, LA to see who catches and releases the most sharks. Tough conditions are frustrating the competition.
Day 3 of the 11th annual Madfin Shark Series ends in Venice, LA with one team pulling away and blowing out the competition.