Here is the proof that life overcomes imagination! What you are about to see are real and were swimming beneath us…Absolutely frightening!

Wednesday, July 23, 2014 | | | | |
For those who love fishing a good catch usually means at least once to be able to catch a big fish, at least for the amateurs. Because if a lay person faced something like these sea monsters you will see in the pictures below they would definitely end up at the bottom of the ocean.
On the other hand professional fishermen have the appropriate equipment and certainly one of their dreams is to pull sea-monsters onto their boat and fight them until they suffocate before their eyes. Those who you'll see made their dream come true and won a place in history! Really scary and amazingly huge sea creatures were caught and here are the pictures that prove that sometimes swimming can hide fatal meetings...


In 2009, Japanese fisherman, Manabu Kurita, caught a 22lb. 4oz. largemouth bass, tying the world record set in 1932. The bass itself currently holds the record for singing Bobby McFarren’s “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” in the deepest of baritones.
Raymond Houtmans caught the largest tigerfish ever recorded at 97lb. in 1988. Judging by his face in the photo, we assume it was done out of red-hot revenge.
The record for largest blue catfish ever caught was done by Greg Bernal in 2010. The fish weighed 130lb. and is disgusting to look at.
Keiki Hamasaki caught this giant trevally at a record size of 160lb. Then, according to the photo, probably worked it into his breakdance routine.
This alligator gar (which is apparently a name for a fish) was shot with a bow and arrow by John Paul Morris, son of the CEO of Bass Pro Shop. What the hell has your son ever done, Michael Sports-Authority Sr.?
In 2005, some fishermen in Thailand caught the largest Mekong giant catfish at 646lb. Now, I’m no scientist… but I’m pretty sure that’s a dinosaur.
Lou Marron caught the largest swordfish at 1,182lb. in 1953. Back then they used to string big fish up like they were dethroned dictators.
At 1,402lb. the largest Atlantic Blue Marlin was caught by Paulo Amorim. Still, I wish those young graffiti-happy street vandals had waited until the picture had been taken.
In 1979, Ken Fraser won the record for catching the largest Atlantic Bluefin Tuna weighing in at 1,496 lbs. He let it go and the fish granted him like 4 million wishes.
Personally I had fishing in my mind as a hobby that offered a break from exhausting day life, which you enjoy being on a boat in a tranquil sea or lake waiting for a fish to bite...This is far away from that, this is living on the edge and they look like they love it! Above all these photos are the vindication of Jules Vern!

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