You Can't Fix Stupid - The Saga Continues...

Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Rono007, Jun 22, 2010.

  1. Rono007

    Rono007 New Member

    796
    Dec 17, 2009
    Danbury, CT
    2001 SR 230BR Signature Series
    7.4L Bravo III
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqsRRBAVMCE[/youtube]
     
  2. STIHLBOLTS

    STIHLBOLTS New Member TECHNICAL Contributor PLATINUM Sponsor

    Oct 3, 2006
    Panama City Beach Fl/ South Ga
    2004 - 220 Sundeck
    5.0L w/Bravo 3 Drive
    What a baby! Screamed like a little girl, you'd thought the shark bit his finger off! :smt043:smt043:smt043

    That's what wire cutters are for, there is no hook worth that, cut the darn thing off and throw him back in, the hook will rust off and the shark will not be any worse for wear. :thumbsup:
     
  3. OldSkool

    OldSkool Active Member

    May 8, 2010
    Boating on Raystown Lake, Pa
    restored 1976 SRV200
    188 Mercruiser I/O
    You can just see that coming can't you. Good thing the glove was on his other hand. That way it doesn't get torn up by those nasty teeth.:smt043:smt043
     
  4. tmccoy6

    tmccoy6 New Member

    6
    Jun 21, 2010
    Texas
    1999 210 signiture
    5.0/w Alpha
    TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAR BOAT...pair of neddle nose pliers? PRICELESS!!!!
     
  5. highslice

    highslice Active Member SILVER Sponsor

    Mar 28, 2008
    Table Rock Lake, Hollister Missouri
    270 SLX
    496 Mag
    Bravo III
    Corsa
    It should have bit his finger off. He was mutlating the damn thing trying to get the hook out.

    When I went on a fishing trip off the coast of Mass. the crew on the boat would hit the sharks that we brought in with a baseball bat. Then they would bend their nose back until their jaw broke and throw them back in. They never really explained why when I asked, but I was only 11 at the time.
     
  6. STIHLBOLTS

    STIHLBOLTS New Member TECHNICAL Contributor PLATINUM Sponsor

    Oct 3, 2006
    Panama City Beach Fl/ South Ga
    2004 - 220 Sundeck
    5.0L w/Bravo 3 Drive
    I have never fished for shark on purpose. Any time we catch one on the line, the mate all ways pulls him up far enough to get to the hook and cut the line as close as he can and drops the fish back in. The one time we did bring in a large 6 ft it was killed on board and we brought it back and one of my customers took it home with him to his wifes school for show and tell day.
     

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