Looking for adventure? These fish, which run about five feet in length and weigh 50 to 60 pounds, bend your rod and make your knees knock. In the spring they congregate along Florida's east coast. Once located, the best way to fish for them is to drop anchor in 10 to 20 feet of water. Cut the side of a bloody fish, like a jack crevalle, false albacore, or barracuda, and tie it to the transom. If the sharks are interested in feeding, they'll show up within minutes. We targeted them with 12-weight fly gear and large orange chicken-feather flies tied to a foot-long wire tippet and 50-pound leader. Conventional gear will also work, with either chunk baits or plugs.