i think it is a bull shark but i went out today and there was no sign of it but im pretty sure its still out by the T-Rocks. The coast guard was looking for it last night but didnt find it. There is a shark but there are a lot of rumors about it so i dont have all the facts but when i do ill tell you guys what i know.
OMG Its A SHARK...OMG OMG....everyone pull up your skirts...you bunch of sallys. grow a pair and charge it.
I lived down in Melbourne, Florida (near the Sebastian Inlet) for a couple months when they had that big outbreak of shark attacks. There are tons of surfers down there, so before I moved down there, I figured i wouldn't worry about sharks since there are so many guys out there all the time. Well it wasn't until I got down there, and I heard the locals talking about sharks all the time, did I realize that it was a real threat... And sharks are spotted all the time out there, and when you see one, you paddle in, you don't just tough it out...
You learn to know the signs of when sharks might be around, like watching for birds hovering over, fishing for the smaller fish (which are followed by the bigger fish).
Also, another thing that made an impression on me, is one of the guys I hung out with down there, had been attacked by a shark a couple years before, and is lucky to have both his feet today.
Sharks attacks around the Mid Atlantic are rare, but believe me, there would be a lot more respect for the danger if you lived in a place where attacks are common. Florida being the highest number of attacks in the world.
And if I see a 6ft hammerhead, then you can have the next set, because I'll be paddling in