Kid Catches Fish With His Bare Hands [VIDEO]

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Wanna catch fish?

Here’s what you do: you take your G. Loomis rod and your Shimano reel…and toss ’em in the garage. Because apparently all you need are your bare hands.

Well, maybe the youngster in today’s video just has a gift.

As the video starts, the young man sees a fish that’s been hanging out by the shore—and does what any enterprising angler would do. He tries to catch him with the net.

The lethargic fish springs to life as the boy nears, escaping temporarily. But that doesn’t deter the youngster.

The chase starts at about 24 seconds. Check it out:

 

This kid is awesome, he catches a nice size fish with his Bare Hands 😲😲Credit:unknown please message page👍

Posted by FishFiends on Thursday, September 14, 2017

 

Thanks to some encouragement from his family, the pint-sized fisherman keeps up the offensive.

At about 57 seconds, the fish makes a fatal mistake: it gets too close to shore. The youngster simply prods it onto dry land, and the rest is history.

He holds up his catch, proud as can be.

He’s hooked for life.

 

 

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