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Tough Kid Gets Stabbed by World’s Deadliest Fish, Still Goes Fishing

This kid gets stabbed by one of the world’s deadliest fish, shakes it off, and keeps fishing.

While pulling cast nets intended to catch the eel or mullet he will be using for shark bait, Miller Wilson has a painful encounter with one of the world’s deadliest fish, the stonefish.

As Miller explains in the video, the stonefish gets its reputation as one of the world’s most deadly fish thanks to its super-sharp barbs loaded with a toxic venom. The fish’s ability to live outside the water while waiting for the tide to change is another anomaly in the fish world.

Fortunately, young Mr. Wilson won’t be thwarted by a little stinging fish and is back on the water later in the day. Watch the video to see the rewards of his painful bait gathering experience.

Wow! This kid is no sissy and he really knows his stuff when it comes to fish and wildlife.

He’s also no stranger to venomous critters that roam the earth. We’ve seen him get up close and personal with a couple of venomous snakes and now he’s spending time with world’s deadliest fish. My only question is, “What’s next Miller?”

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