Looks like a fine tooth shark if teeth are same on top an bottom they are some feisty guys when you hook them. We set up just off greenback in the bay an slam those in the evening all the time makes you not want to swim in there lol.
googled and wikapedia'd and it appears to be a fine tooth shark. Wish I'd tried to grill it but it 's still growing up
Skip, You might be right. Had some guys on another site also identify it as a fine tooth shark but the similarities are so close it might take a real shark hunter to determine the difference. Notice the difference in coloration of the bottom of the tail fin. I'm familiar with the Atlantic Sharpnose and they are very edible.
Fine tooths are all over that area the sharp nose hand further out. Fine tooth only get about 4 ft. Cut into 1 inch steaks and grill with a splash of lemon juice an pepper very good.I keep 1 or 2 a summer that is quite a few steaks.
The sharpnose sharks usually have some small white spots on the sides. Also the second anal fin in a sharpnose does not align with the second dorsal. In most sharks, the anal fin and second dorsal fin are lined up, one directly above the above the other. However, in the Atlantic Sharpnose shark the anal fin is slightly in front of the second dorsal fin.
In the photo those two fins are aligned so it is not a sharpnose.
Gut asap then slice tail on both sides let it bleed out. When you get home cut top to bottom in 1" slices then cut skin off steak an cut cartilage out middle. Sprinkle with lemon juice and pepper grill them up.