I was watching a show the other night on the top 10 deadliest sharks of the world. I have always thought the Great White was the biggest predator but it turns out more shark attacks on humans have come from the Bullshark. And when they started explaining why, I was shocked. This shark has adapted itself to swim and live in fresh water. I did some internet research and bullsharks have been spotted and some caught in the Mississippi River as far up as St. Louis, Mo. I have always had a fear of sharks since watching Jaws as a kid. But really became more aware of how they attack when I saw a hammerhead attack a seaturtle while I was scuba diving when I was stationed with my dad in Panama the country. I would have never thought that a saltwater shark could thrive in fresh water. But fresh water Bullshark attacks are very common in many parts of the world. So has anyone ever spotted a shark or caught one out of the rivers around us? I thought I pulled out a shark one time when I caught a 4-5lb sturgeon by Chain of Rocks in Alton because I had no clue what it was until I did some research.