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Lone man gets towed in kayak by 11-foot shark

Lone Man Gets Towed in Kayak by Shark

Adam Fisk reckons that a shark must have been sitting right underneath his kayak in late March because, as this video shows, once he threw out the fish bait he was towed "for miles." Adam told Storyful the hammerhead shark "towed me for about two hours up and down the coast and ended up taking me offshore at least a mile and a half. I ended up releasing it."



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Kim March 26 2014 at 12:10 PM

Maybe I am naive or just don't appreciate the value in taking risks but why would someone risk falling into the ocean by being pulled by a shark as an acceptable afternoon activity? And why bash the little fish all over the place and what the heck is up with that big hook?

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danmck60 Kim March 26 2014 at 12:28 PM

It's a gaff. Its used to hook fish when they are along side, it helps bring them in the boat.

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Cro-Mag Kim March 26 2014 at 12:46 PM

That's how it is done sister a nice sized to present natural actions of a bait swimming to interest the shark also you have to get buy all the rows of teet.h

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andy wetterlin March 26 2014 at 12:31 PM

definitely a hammerhead not a thresher. tails are similar but when you look at the head in the closer images of the video its obvious.

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laclone March 26 2014 at 12:11 PM

I counted 6 fishing poles on the kayak. Hopefully, he only has one line in the water at a time.

I can only think of one thing:
"... the problem known to sailors since men first went to sea: the ocean will try very hard to kill you if you lack the respect she demands." - Tom Clancy, 'Red Storm Rising'

Ain't no way in heck I'd ever fish in the ocean from a kayak! I'm not an Eskimo, don't want to be one, and ending up as fish-food is not on my bucket-list.

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globalcommjohnc March 26 2014 at 12:11 PM

Could have cut the line at any time, moron

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pauluver March 26 2014 at 11:42 AM

Huff Post does the usual junior high reporting job. How about telling us where this occured.

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rjackson2a pauluver March 26 2014 at 12:07 PM

Why are you blaming Huff Post? This is not a Huff Pody article.

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coopski1 rjackson2a March 26 2014 at 12:22 PM

HuffPo provides the written synopsis and intro. It's called Reportage 101: Who, What, When, WHERE, Why and How. But this is why HuffPo can only be a news aggregator and not a true journalistic organization. They take the work of OTHERS and re-package it. But the intros should still follow basic journalism tenets. The only thing HuffPo takes any substantive interest in are Liberal causes and furthering them.

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jneal11254 March 26 2014 at 12:29 PM

I am not so sure it was the fish that was released.

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ron March 26 2014 at 12:05 PM

Quite the Muti Tasker. Great Ride.

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x012345678 March 26 2014 at 12:17 PM

Good thing he caught it all on his camera....otherwise we'd all be saying, "Yah, right, another fishing story about the the big one that got away..."

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rwwar36 March 26 2014 at 11:26 AM

Far out

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Brian March 26 2014 at 11:24 AM

Rule # 1: Boat must be larger than fish.

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