Hey Kane! Was happinin! hey Konz!
I think them cold snaps pushed em out a lil maybe. THis warmer weather including warmer nights maybe will get em a lil more active.
For the guy that asked what to use for bait...Grumpy (from GBBT) taught me to use whatever is schoolin in the pass or the beach at that time. If its mullet, use mullet, if it's ladies, kings, jack crevalles, use that. You would think a shark would take whatever chunk a meat was thrown at em, and that may be tru offshore where food sourses are scarcer, for hammers, tigers, makos and such, but up close, this rule of thumb really works.
Fenderbender and I have had 6 sharks around the boat at a time, for hours,and thru bait at em, just for em to come up, snif, and turn away. As soon as we caught what was schoollin, and threw it on a hook, we had 2 hookups in 2 minutes, and got a 6 1/2 footer in the boat. Inshore sharks want to feed on what they have been feedin on all day, or that week. There picky just like any other fish.
Good luck to you gyus!