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Thursday, 06 February 2014 15:45

Kayak Fisherman Hooks Whale

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We often talk about hooking into a whale when describing a giant fish. This kayak fisherman story literally starts off with, "I hooked into a whale!". The Angler said he estimated the whale to be 45 tons. He did make it a point to not allow the whale to spool him and let the whale break off so he only had a few feet of leader dragging behind him.

The fishrman said "I do not chase after or bother the whales. I go out to catch fish for food & for some quality time on the water. This animal happened to swim into my line resulting in a snag. Normally, I steer clear of them. (it is required by law) When I know there is one in my path. I wait till it gets past. I'm sorry Mrs. Whale. Please accept my apology."

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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 2014-02-09 01:36
Wow! That's wild.
 
 
# islandgeek 2014-03-12 08:56
Wow, is this in Hawaii
 

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