10 - 15 pounds
18" - 39"
The Brown Smooth-hound Shark is a small shark. Like any shark, it has two dorsal fins and two anal fins. As their name states, they’re brownish in color which also helps them hide in the sands. Unlike most sharks, however, the Brown Smooth-hound has a blunt nose and large eyes. It appears to be reliant on its sense of sight though it still retains the usual sharp smell that most sharks have. One of its other noticeable traits is on its tailfin. The tailfin appears to be asymmetrical with a slight notch.
The Brown Smooth-hound Shark, unlike it’s more vicious cousins, has smaller teeth. Their teeth also don’t appear as sharp as that of their cousins.
Brown Smooth-hound Sharks are bottom feeders. They usually loiter around at the bottom of the ocean. Brown Smooth-hound Sharks usually feed on squids, shrimps and, crabs. They’re also known to feed on worms that lurk at the bottom of the ocean floor.
Brown Smooth-hound Sharks are quite small. They usually grow up to 3.2 feet but usually grow between 1.6 ft to 2.3 ft. Males and females are usually the same size and are considered mature by 1.6 ft.
Brown Smooth-hound sharks normally swim around shallow and muddy bays. Usually, it’ll be a little hard to spot them but the best way to get them close is to bring in the bait. They love themselves some good squid and shrimp. According to anglers, however, the best bait they