Toby, that is exactly what some of us did for about five days in SE Florida in 2007. You could see them from the shore passing north and as you were riding. They looked the same as Windtoys aerial in airplane photos down here. They would pass beneath you by the dozen, hundreds per hour. If you came to close sometimes they would charge off. More about that unusual shark migration-wind time here
Good suggestion though, wish I had an elevated camera to capture the spectacle or even an UW one mounted on the board for slow photo runs. Would have been pretty insane footage.
some more from Nassau, AJ's home turn, he likes sharks too, not!
The Stuart Cove shark feeds get a real dense pack of sharks, fairly well mannered, this time. Not always though, sometimes they bite more than bait I understand.
Heads or tails?
These guys would pass an inch or so away all around you, keep your hands in!
When the feeder left, all the sharks filed right after him. Guess they learned the hard way that if divers tried to board the boat with bait nearby things might not go so well.