Men "caught" a shark instead of fish


This shark literally startled the fishermen as it took their bait.

A group of men on an enjoying fishing trip would probably remember this once in a lifetime happening in for the rest of their lives.

They were just relaxing and having fun fishing when a shark seized their bait and started to do a series of acrobatic leaps out of the water.

It happened when Kellen Keglor and his friends were fishing approximately seven miles from Indian Rocks Beach in Florida.

A Mako shark, also known as a large mackerel shark, suddenly took the bait from one of their fishing rods and hid under the boat.

The animal then turned around and swam away from the boat quickly before vaulting several meters into the air.

Keglor and his pals were thrilled to see the amazing sight as the Mako shark performed somersaults for four times.

"We were just really stoked all of us have been wanting to catch a Mako for a while they're rare," he said.

"It was the most incredible thing I have ever seen," he added.

They also filmed the incredible happening and for netizens to see and the video is now receiving awes and wows.




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This shark literally startled the fishermen as it took their bait.
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