Fisherman Catches Scuba Diver | NBC New York

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Fisherman Catches Scuba Diver | NBC New York. A fisherman had a big one on his line he was trying to reel in. You can picture him straining and his pole bending with the effort of reeling in his catch! He almost had his catch reeled in when a woman surfaces and gives the fisherman his hook back after removing it from her boyfriends crotch! This is hilarious! The pair had not followed normal diving regulations by placing a buoy where they were diving. This would have clued the fisherman into the fact that there were divers in the area. The divers apologized and disappeared back into the sea. This is just one of the best fishing stories I’ve ever heard!

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5 Responses to Fisherman Catches Scuba Diver | NBC New York

  1. beckysefton says:

    Classic! Hilarious! My Grandad’s caught several sea gulls but never a diver!

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  2. This is hilarious. Thanks for making me smile today.

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  3. cuhome says:

    All I can say is “Youch!!!” Bet that guy never forgot his buoy again !

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  4. whatsaysyou says:

    Ouch! Poor fellow.

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  5. Tammy says:

    It was only a matter of time. Thanks for sharing this – it is a funny story.

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