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Thursday, 30 January 2014 13:06

Cutting It Close!

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Fishing for dinner kayak angler Jasper Pons of South Africa had a surprise visitor the other day while out on the water. Jasper hooked into a sailfish that went air-born right next to his kayak. Luckily Jasper got everything on video or you know his buddies would doubt most of this story.

Here is the full video of the South African fishing action!

I'll try to updated my blog with more cool things I find each week! Tight Lines and Fish On!

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Robert Smith

Robert Smith has been kayak fishing since 2010 and considers himself lucky to call Palmetto Bay, Florida home. He is not sponsored by anyone so his opnions about products are non biased.

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# Aggroman 2014-01-30 23:55
Wow, great video. Awesome looking fish!
 

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