NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Florida - Two weeks ago we shared footage of a Great White meandering through a crowded lineup in Southern California. That blew our minds a little bit. Now more recently, over Memorial Day Weekend, Steve Anest was out at New Smyrna Inlet with his wife when a group of sharks came to join the action. Granted it wasn't Great Whites, but there were about a dozen cartilaginous brethren weaving in-between the surfers and paddlers without much of a fuss.
Videos like this only reinforce the notion that sharks are greatly misunderstood. They're not simple killers and we're certainly not their intended targets.
Water was very clear at NSB inlet today, we witnessed a large group of sharks swimming around the shoreline and through the surfers. I happen to have my camera with me and videoed this group of about 10 to 15 sharks. The sharks were anywhere from 3-5 feet in length and were not overly aggressive towards the surfers. The sharks appeared to be a mix of different types. This event lasted for about 45 minutes and was truly amazing!