I was on vacation the past week in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. At the same time as we were down there, there were several shark attacks just to the north of us in North Carolina. I can see why. At the beach we were at, in Garden City, South Carolina, which is just south of Myrtle Beach, we saw several sharks at the pier. The sharks are there all the time because of the fisherman. I’m not talking little baby sharks either. These were eight foot long bull sharks that troll the waters. The weird thing is, the swimmers and surfers didn’t even flinch about it. There were several of them swimming and surfing only 20 meters from where we were seeing sharks! Crazy people, I tell you.
Anyways, I didn’t go swimming anywhere near the pier. I did go in the ocean a few times, but only up to my knees. Apparently, that’s all you have to be in though to get attacked. I read some of the reports, and it seems none of the people who were bit were in deep water.
I did get up close and personal with one kind of shark called the “spiny dogfish”. We caught some when we went on a fishing charter. Watch the video!
It was rough seas, but we all managed to keep our lunch down. Sorry that there’s no footage of me catching a shark, but I really did. You gotta believe me!