This Lady Learns The Real Meaning Of Karma In Seconds

Caters_NewsPublished: May 19, 2017307,401 views
Published: May 19, 2017

They say that if you ever want to go out and meditate, you should take on fishing as a sport. Even if you don’t bring you catch home and just release it back in the water instead, the mere standing near or in the water, in the middle of nowhere, can have a real calming effect.

Fishermen have been known to over exaggerate their success stories, giving birth to a myriad of anecdotes through time. It is probably why, thanks to technology, they now have those handy little GoPro cameras that can survive great depths and insane falls, to capture the moment of truth. Good thing this woman had one with her this day, because no one would have believed her story otherwise!

Bizarre footage has captured the moment this fisherwoman is ambushed by a bass while trying to reel in another fish hooked on her line. Sydney Sewell, 24, was out on a peaceful fishing expedition in Plant City, Florida, when the surprise ambush took place. Now pursuing a degree in radiologic technology, Sydney has been fishing since she was a little girl.

“I actually caught my first bass when I was 13 and have been hooked ever since,” said Sydney. But nothing quite like this has happened to her in the 11 years she has been fishing. The determined bass can be seen leaping up out of the water and striking Sydney’s arm immediately after she has hooked another fish.

“When the bass first hit me in the arm I had no clue what had just happened. It happened so quickly I didn’t even see it but it did scare me.” The bass’s strike was a successful one, since it forced Sydney to let go of her reel and ended up pulling out an empty hook.

Friendships like this one are very far and inbetween in the wilderness, making this footage very precious. We can easily spot cats and dogs being companionable with one another, but it’s hard to imagine other animals in the wild being so close. In fact, this is a great misconception because one of the rules of the wilderness is that strength comes in numbers. Think about the ants and the bees. Their survival and the survival of their colonies relies completely on mutual trust and working together for the better of the community. Ants are known for making bridges with their own bodies to help the other workers in the colonies to pass. A similar thing happens with fish. Fish are known to swim in entire schools, preventing their hunter from killing a great number of them. The fish on the periphery of the school are willing to risk their lives to save the ones swimming in the middle. The school transforms into a lot of shapes to deflect the attack, but the ones in the middle always stay protected.

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