You Won’t Believe What This Angler Doubled Up On! (Hint: It’s Prehistoric & Endangered)
Most anglers in Florida can fish their entire lives and never catch a sawfish.
If you aren’t familiar with sawfish, they are the prehistoric looking fish that are also known as “carpenter sharks”, but ironically they are part of the ray family.
They almost became extinct many years ago (due to loss of habitat and overfishing), and have been on the protected and endangered list for quite some time.
However, our good friend Capt. Ross Gallagher (aka “The Intrepid Angler”) went out with Capt. John Conway in what could be the best sawfish honey hole known to man.
Check out how many sawfish they catch in a single day!
Enjoy and remember to always safely release a sawfish and contact the FWC if you can’t them in Florida.
Related Video: “Prehistoric And Endangered Fish Fights Two Anglers At The Same Time!” (watch it here now)
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