Fishermen Who Spot A School Of Fish Swimming Toward Them Quickly Realize It’s Much More

ViralHogPublished: January 11, 2016Updated: February 26, 20162,878,288 plays$7,507.50 earned
Published: January 11, 2016Updated: February 26, 2016

Being out on open water can be a formidable experience. You may feel like you are the only living creature on this world, but beneath its surface, the ocean is beaming with life. Just when you think the can't get any better, you get treated with a sight like this one....

When a group of fishermen from New South Wales, Australia, took a small boat and sailed out into the vast ocean, none of them would ever had believed that they will have a chance to get incredibly close with a pod of the most intelligent creatures on the planet!

On December 30, 2015, the group of men took their fishing rods to the ocean, because a day of fishing beat a day at the desk. They were hoping for a decent catch, something to show off when they come home, but fortunately for them, they had their camera phones close by, because no one would have believed their fishermen tale!

Dubravko Kolobaric, the fisherman who recorded this extraordinary encounter, says: “Fishing for snapper about 15km (9.3 miles) offshore in 100m (328 feet) of water and no other vessel within view on a perfect day, when I noticed a disturbance in the water and bird activity a fair distance away. I thought it may have been some surface action from pelagic fish working a bait ball, but soon realized that it was a large pod of dolphins heading straight towards us. From experience, I know that dolphins are curious and obviously felt a need to see humans attempting to catch fish from a small boat."

Directed by Mother Nature.

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      retlaw · 36 weeks ago

      Great piece of luck by the camera team.

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      Phal · 11 weeks ago

      So nice

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      Vuthy012 · 2 weeks ago


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      Tom01275 · 2 weeks ago

      Video good

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      tjames35 · 1 week ago

      Did they feed them plastic or kill some whales?