Isurus oxyrinchus (Mako Shark) in the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand. June 2015. Photograph Richard Robinson © 2015.

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Isurus oxyrinchus (Mako Shark) in the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand. June 2015. Photograph Richard Robinson © 2015.

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Luke Tipple vs Robert ‘Fly’ Navarro on Shark Fishing Tournaments - Part 2

Sparks continue to fly in part two of Luke Tipple’s debate with author, shark fishing advocate & founder of FlyZone Fishing Robert ‘Fly’ Navarro.

November 01, 2022

Sparks continue to fly in part two of Luke Tipple’s debate with author, shark fishing advocate & founder of FlyZone Fishing Robert ‘Fly’ Navarro. The pair continue to discuss shark fishing tournaments, shark finning, ocean conservation and much more, even managing to find some common ground along the way! Plus, they discuss the death threats Fly has faced and why it’s so important to maintain an open dialogue when speaking about divisive issues.

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