Then suddenly, Pagano's experienced eyes spotted our quarry. "Sharks," he said. "There's a mako, too." As quickly as the alarm was sounded, all aboard started scrambling for a look. Pagano calmly worked on getting a mackerel overboard to keep the sharks interested and nearby. Greco placed his fly near the fish. "Let it sink a bit," Pagano suggested. The mako liked what he saw. As soon as Greco drove the hook home, the fish made a run for it, rocketing 10 feet off the water's surface.