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Shark explodes on fish hooked by fisherman, thanks to deckhand’s gaffe; video

A fisherman battling a decent-sized game fish, presumably a tuna, got the fish to the boat where it was well within range for the deckhand to gaff. In fact, the deckhand did gaff the fish momentarily, but it fell off an instant later. It was not a good showing by the deckhand. But as it turned The post Shark explodes on fish hooked by fisherman, thanks to deckhand’s gaffe; video appeared first on GrindTV.
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