That fish and report was used to stir emotions and upset the real fisherman ,who actually care about the future of our fisheries, especially Hammers. I know for a fact that the hammer they caught was caught months ago and why the hell would they post it now. No matter who tries to deny it or support these " boys from the hoods" rights, should keep in mind the post title was hammer taste good. Okay well then I woudl understand a post in the recipes section, but to go and post a report on a website that endorses catch and release fishing is BS. These guys can go post all thier slaughters alogn with the rest of the "other sites. BF should be not be brought down by these people, I'm sure like many of you have said that the conservationalists are lokign at the forums and trying to shut us down. It happened at Delray and it's goign to persist in the future. This forum should send people a positive message of strict catch and release and smart, beach friendly angling, not filleting Hammers in parking lots, and dragging them up the beach, people are bound to see this reckless action. Legally they did nothing wrong, but Tommy as the admin of this website, I woudl strongly advise catch and release posts, only for the sake of protecting our rights to fish beaches, without being shut down. These enviromentalists, want to see pics of sharks beign release, unharmed, not slaughtered in a park to feed a couple of people. Another thing, I now Hammers are permitted for harvesting, but honestly how much longer do you think this will last. They're already on the endagenered list, and I have no idea how they are still permitted, but I firmly beleive that the majority of the fisherman on this forum, would agree with me in catch and release fishing, especially with our larger species such as hammer's tigers and bulls. We need to take affirmative action in preserving thier future, even before it becomes illegal. I check south Florida shark clubs website from time to time and no matter how much their members argue they support catch and release. People need to open their eyes, and take a stand.