Sara Brame’s reaction to the shark eating her fishing line…and her catch!
*The ocean has slowly become more dangerous and lethal around the world.
It seems that it may not be the best idea for summer entertainment anymore with sharks and other deadly sea life popping up in places they are not normally seen.
On Tuesday, we reported on the guy up in Cape Cod who was being “tailed” by a shark. And that was his first time getting out on the water in a kayak…probably his last…at least at that beach.
Sarah Brame is another person who won’t soon forget her trip to the beach.
She went fishing on a dock in Cherry Grove, South Carolina, with her fiance’ and stepdad when she was trying to haul in (more…)
Walter Szulc Jr., 41, was followed by a Great White Shark in the Atlantic Ocean off a Cape Cod, Massachusetts’ beach.
*What would you do if you found yourself being followed by a shark? And let’s say you’re even in a boat…well a type of boat?
What would you do? Would you abandon ship and swim for it or would you paddle your tail off and take your chances?
Well Walter Szulc Jr., 41, put that paddle to warp speed and took his chances.
He was joked by his daughter before going out on the water in his kayak for the first time to watch out for sharks.
But that joke got very real once he set out from the Cape Cod beach and saw a fin an arm’s length behind him.
Szulc told Fox 10TV: (more…)
A Great White Shark grabs on to the catch of two fishermen off the coast of Sydney, Australia.
*If you haven’t heard the tall tales that fishermen and hunters tell, you have missed a treat.
But those who have spun their fables to naive ears would envy the story a couple of fishermen told last year because this whopper would surely win the award for the most unbelievable yarn ever spun … if they didn’t have it on video. (more…)
*The shark attacks happening in Egypt sound like something out of the movie Jaws. Several people have been injured and in critical condition, but one woman killed.
The beaches were closed and sharks have been killed that were believed to be the culprits. Unfortunately, they are not certain that they are the only sharks responsible and alerts are still in tact.
According to CNN, the 70-year old German woman died Sunday after being attacked while snorkeling. She was killed in the waters off Sharm el-Sheikh, where tourists (more…)