I was sitting on the bow of the boat with my line in the water, maybe I would catch a flounder or two. My husband was aft enjoying the view.
"Hon, I think there's a shark up here."
"It's probably just a sand shark", he says.
"I don't think so."
I had forgotten about my line in the water and just then that little guy grabbed it and almost pulled my pole in the bay.
It wasn't the biggest fish in the world but it was still an exciting catch for me.
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