An orca surprised an angler as he was reeling in a fish to his boat off the coast of Alaska. The rarely seen halibut-stealing killer whale was caught on video that went viral after being shared on The Alaska Life Facebook page:
A man catches two keeper-size largemouth bass while fishing at Lake Austin, Texas, without even casting his line. The fish were locked together, one half-swallowing the other:
Captain lost control of his boat while backing down and maneuvering on a Black Marlin off the coast of Panama. The boat sank but the crew was rescued by the photo boat.
Fishermen in northern Taiwan use fire to attract fish.
A group of European catfish at the River Tarn in Southwestern France swim onto the shore and grab resting pigeons. The hunting habits of the Tarn catfishes are so similar to orcas that Julien Cucherousset from Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse calls them freshwater killer whales.
A corrugated paper toy that can flex into different shapes.
A big Potato Grouper fish surprises Barret Harvey while spearfishing off the coast of Mozambique…
Hundreds of jumping mullet fish were caught on a GoPro camera off the coast of Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina.
Whale sharks from the Cenderawasih Bay in Indonesia have learned how to suck the fish out of holes in the fishing nets.
Sarah Brame was reeling in a red drum at Myrtle Beach, SC, when a ‘big-ass’ bull shark jumped out of the water and stole the fish right off her line. As you can imagine, that is a pretty exciting event for a normal fishing trip, but the reactions that followed are pure gold: