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Iilaa'mpuul'xem

Leaping Shark Steals Scared Fisherman's Catch

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A fisherman had a fright when a 9ft-long shark leapt out of the water right by his kayak and stole his catch - all caught on camera.

Isaac Brumaghim was trying to reel in his mackerel tuna when the shark jumped up behind him and attempted to take the fish for itself before going back under the water.

In the video, the panicked man was then seen trying to haul the tuna on board that he wanted for a competition.

But it broke off his line and then disappeared under the surface off Hawaii.

Mr Brumaghim, 37, put his fishing rod away, picked up his paddle, shouted "Oh my God", and starting paddling.

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Mabon

I'd would have to change when I got back to shore.

Sorry folks no fish, we're having hot dogs tonight!

Mabon.

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Q-C

takes opportunistic to another level

i wonder if he always fishes in the same place in his bright yellow kayak. They say yellow attracts sharks.

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xYlvax

I would be more than a little shocked.. I'd probably give up fishing for the day.

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Himawari69

Holy....mother of pearls, I would be petrified :| problably never set foot in a kayak again haha he's lucky the shark only wanted the fish

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