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Okay, we have all had a fish break off at the boat before and as heartbreaking as it is how many of us would or actually have done what this guy does...https://www.facebook.com/uniladmag/videos/420892278710260/. I'm not sure if i could think AND react fast enough but kudos to this dude, he did us Bass brother's proud :respect-040:.

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I'm impressed how easily he got back in the boat .

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Personally I am very impressed of what that man was able to due, but I bet after a hard days of fishing I would be willing to due the same if I were able to react fast enough.

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19 hours ago, scaleface said:

I'm impressed how easily he got back in the boat .

I bet that water was cold and offered a little incentive.

 

👍 Impressive catch!

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That is me, if and only if I know I don’t have my cell phone on me. If you notice, his action was instinctual and driven without a waste in thought or of time. 

 

I did a similar thing to save the top half of a two piece rod in a freezing river in winter. Yes, the ice water felt like a million nails piercing me on every point of my body simultaneously but I did save my rod tip and a bunch of money by switching to Geico, lol (True story).

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There was a time back in my prime!  

 

Today...nah!  😉

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