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It's too bad Western Wolves don't live in the ocean, this would never happen then. All they eat are nuts and berries, and never reduce the wild game population.
Imagine the size of the fish that chomped on the fish being reeled in! Talk about the one that got away!
I know these fishermen didn't plan on the fish that they were fishing for to become food/bait for other fish but..... depending on what you are fishing for; just goes to show you, use big size bait to catch bigger fish.
Sweet photos! I'm glad we are the fisherman and not the ones on the other end of the line! Yum Yum Eat'em Up!
That's just NOT very NICE of those critters!! Don't they know they're SUPPOSED to go CATCH THEIR OWN?!
The best part is the slightly disappointed look on most of their faces. I would just be glad it was my fish that got bit in half, and not me.
I know if I was reeling in a fish like the first pic and it was eaten by sharks in teh process I would be highly pissed!!!! Nice Pics
Nice gallery. I've reeled in a few heads over the years. Fish heads, fish heads, eat them--Yum!!! You really can make soup from the heads, but I'd rather have a fillet.
Photos Courtesy of Salt Water Sportsman
Capt. "Doc" and mate Mario caught this 500+ pound Black Marlin eaten by a shark after 45 minutes in Pinas Bay, Panama.
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