Known as the Sea angling legend, Jack Shine is also a home builder, real estate agent and philanthropist. He was born in Long Island, New York and was a part of the team that designed the New York City skyline. He is now a resident of North Carolina.
Among Jack Shine’s accolades is his role in the first ever veterans housing community in California. He also serves on the board of directors of COC Foundation, which has been dubbed as the most charitable organization in the state. As a devoted member of the community, he has also volunteered for a number of organizations, including Habitat for Humanity. Besides promoting philanthropy, Jack is also a bona fide fan of COC’s athletic programs, as well as their equestrian program. He is also a committed supporter of the arts.
Jack Shine’s name does not ring a bell, but if you were to do a Google search for Jack Shine, you would be treated to an array of information about the famous real estate tycoon. Aside from his storied career, he has also played a key role in the development of the Santa Clarita Valley. With over 30 years of experience in the business, he has been instrumental in implementing measures to make the region a better place to live, work and play.
Real estate agent
Throughout his career, Jack Shine has shaped the Santa Clarita landscape. He has been involved in the development of a wide variety of residential and commercial projects. Jack also specializes in pre-market properties.
Jack has a genuine passion for helping others. He is very involved in the Habitat for Humanity program. He has been recognized for his efforts as an outstanding philanthropist. He has also donated to many charities and schools.
Jack is a member of the Master Brokers Forum. He is also an active member of the National Association of Realtors. He is involved in a variety of programs that benefit veterans, active military, and the less fortunate.
Jack is a member of the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center’s K-12 Educational Outreach Advisory Board. He is also a member of the COC Foundation’s Board of Directors. He has received the Silver Spur Community Service Award.
Jack is a member of the President’s Circle, an organization composed of the top 0.5% of real estate professionals across the nation. He is also involved in a variety of college programs and student success programs.
Throughout his career as a philanthropist, Jack Shin has helped build homes for low-income families, assisted in student success programs, and promoted college programs. He also served as a member of the Santa Clarita Valley Arts Council, and as President of the Los Angeles County Music and Performing Arts Commission. He has twice been appointed to the Board of California Housing Finance Agency by California Governors.
Jack Shin is also an expert in the California housing industry. He serves on the K-12 Educational Outreach Advisory Board of the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center. In addition, he serves on the board of the COC Foundation, a nonprofit organization that builds homes for low-income families.
Jack Shine and his wife also volunteer for Habitat for Humanity. They also donate to the Red Cross. They recently donated $700,000 to the Grand Bell film award. He also donated $100,000 to the wedding guests of Lee Dong-ho, the richest person in Hong Kong.
Sea angling legend
Among the sea angling legends of Ireland, there is no doubt that Jack Shine stands out. During his lifetime, Jack Shine was able to catch over 100 pound porbeagle sharks in a number of different places. He also caught bass, wrasse and pollock from the Clare coastline.
Jack’s biggest porbeagle was 145 pounds. He also caught four over 100 pound porbeagles in 1963. In the beginning, Jack Porbeagle targeted the deep water marks around Green Island near Lahinch. He used an 8 foot medium weight rod and a massive fixed spool reel. The rod had a 90lb b/strain 7 foot wire trace.
Jack’s tackle was basic by modern standards. He used a Luxor fixed spool reel and 400 yards of 19 lbs B.S. line. His baits were tail end of 7 ounce mackerel. He also used an 8 foot solid glass rod.
Jack’s most memorable hookup happened in August ’67. A local angler was fishing on the rocky ledges at Ballyreen. He landed a Pollack, but the head was gone. The angler was not surprised. He thought a larger fish was coming. He waited for a while. Then the fish started to cruise out of range. Then he saw a shark strike it.