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Redfish Jumps 2 Feet to Avoid Being Shark’s Lunch

Louisiana redfish leaps into the air to escape a 6-foot shark

September 3, 2015
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The Times-Picayune reports on a redfish that took to the skies, instead of becoming a shark’s meal.

Grant Greco, a 14-year-old angler, along with his brother, Trent, and father, Sal, had been catching speckled trout, but a red was on deck — one that chose flight over fight.

Todd Masson, a reporter for the Times-Picayune‘s Louisiana Outdoors section, wrote:

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In an instant, though, the fish transmogrified from a line-stripping redfish to a leaping marlin. Reds aren’t exactly known for their leaping ability, but this one cleared the surface by at least 2 feet.

If this has you craving an outing with some reds, read up on some top lures for redfish.

Courtesy of NOLA.com, Photo by Chad Lemoine
Courtesy of NOLA.com, Photo by Chad Lemoine
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