In my opinion, that shark should have absolutely, positively been cut loose at the boat. Had it been, I'd be nominating Rosie for "Mom of the Year." I'm not even going to harp on the conservation angle that much. Yes, there are some shark species in danger of overfishing, but responsible recreational anglers operating within the law are not, in my opinion, going to hurt the population like commercial shark finners. My gripe is that hammerheads are not food fish. I understand that doesn't mean you can't eat one (you can eat a dog turd if you want), but I have yet to meet an angler in all my travels that has mentioned hammerhead on the table, or targets them specifically to kill for food. Like most species, hammerheads urinate through their skin, giving the meat a terrible ammonia taste. The exceptions are mako sharks and threshers. Next time, Rosie, go look for one of those if it's shark tacos you crave.