Hammerhead drags angler out to sea
Kayak angler Adam Fisk hooked himself an 11-foot hammerhead over the weekend, as well as a free ride from Boynton Beach, Florida all the way to Lake Worth before he cut the line.
This video – and you’ll want to watch all the way through to see the hammerhead – shows Fisk’s perspective as he’s towed nearly eight miles in under six minutes.
Fisk is a member of Team Rebel, a group dedicated to extreme angling. You can see more of their adventures on the Team Rebel site.
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