This video is about go viral, so you might as well see it here first. The Youtube clip was reportedly shot in Pennsylvania, but there's not much more information about it.
There's not much info about this Youtube clip except that it promotes NFL quarterback Colt McCoy's new book The Real Win. The quail catcher appears to be coauthor Matt Carter.
Here's a tag line from the book: "Inside every guy is a burning desire to set goals and achieve them, to get ahead and finish strong—most of all, to win. So why do so many guys invest years striving for success only to discover that what they thought was winning actually turns out to be losing in all the ways that count?"
Maybe reading this book will teach you how to do sweet stuff like how to wear a hat backwards and catch quail with your bare hands. But then again, the last time McCoy was a starter was in 2011 and he went 4-12 with the Cleveland Browns. So, maybe he's not the best guy to take advice from when it comes to winning.
Zuniga fled his vehicle on foot, kicked a hole in the fence of a nearby water treatment plant, and hid from police. He might have escaped if it weren't for one large and very aggressive alligator.
Michael Eisele of Kiel Germany caught this enormous 103-pound Cod while fishing off the coast of Norway. If the fish is approved by the International Game Fish Association it will break the current world record, which has stood for 44 years, by about 5 pounds.
Richard Galloway took some photos and measurements of this monster rainbow trout before releasing it as required by state law. The fish measured 36 inches in length and had a girth of 28 inches, according to the Idaho State Journal.
Check out this awesome clip posted on Youtube by Ben Biber on May 4. There was no information included with the video, but the footage speaks for itself.
Timothy Beck took this outrageous buck last fall in Indiana. The deer was officially accepted by the Boone and Crockett Club earlier this year with a net score of 305 7/8 inches. It's the fourth largest nontypical in history and one of only five bucks to break the 300-inch mark.
Timothy Beck took this outrageous buck last fall in Indiana. The deer was officially accepted by the Boone & Crockett Club earlier this year with a net score of 305 7/8 inches. It's the fourth largest nontypical in history and one of only five bucks to break the 300-inch mark.
"After battling a huge swordfish to the surface on his trusty handline out off the coast of Northland, New Zealand, Matt Watson finds himself in a race with a gigantic mako shark to secure his prize catch and get it aboard his little boat in one piece!"
I spent last week calling in vain to north Texas Rio Grande toms. Rios are supposed to be dumb, Texas is supposed to be full of turkeys and the hunt (a media event deal with guides and a cushy lodge) was supposed to be a two-bird slam dunk. Wrong.
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