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Texas Man Goes Kayak Shark Fishing, Almost Loses Something Private

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When you’ve got a hungry shark flopping around in your kayak, you might have a problem.

Offshore kayak shark fishing is without a doubt an adventurous sport, which sometimes leads to crazy encounters and nearly unbelievable situations.

Watch what this offshore angler does when a shark lands inside of his kayak.

All 10 toes are accounted for and the shark is back in the water. That was a close one!

For all of the kayak anglers out there, the only other thing that’s important next to landing a fish is getting it all caught on film. Fortunately, the amazing team over at YakAttack have your camera needs covered with the Boomstick Camera Mount. Best when used with a wide angle lens, like that of a GoPro, the Boomstick is 43” in length and will help catch all of your high-speed fishing action on film.

By mounting a longer camera arm, you’ll be sure to catch every single bit of your experience on film without a doubt. The Boomstick comes ready to mount through a RAM mount or Spline interface.

Tight lines!

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Texas Man Goes Kayak Shark Fishing, Almost Loses Something Private