If you think that fishing is a boring activity, just to spend time on sundays drinking beers with your friends, well, forget it, I've already show you how it could be dangerous, telling you about the Alaskan King Crab Fishing, and today I'm going to tell you another incredible story set in the dangerous Alaskan waters too. Believe it or not some guys braved the freezing shark-infested waters around Hinchinbrook Island with the crazy idea of hunting for sharks using simple rods and paddling in kayaks!
The daring team of four were surrounded by 200 to 300 salmon sharks which were up to nine feet long (almost the length of the kayak itself) and weighed between 400 and 1,000 lbs, they baited their Avet 50 reels with large pieces of salmon and spend an hour or more tackling and wearing out each shark before reeling them in.
I love nature more than anything so that my thoughts, looking at these pictures, go to the poor sharks (but Salmon Sharks are not an endangered species), However it's fair to say that normally in the shark-kayaker encounters is the man that become the prey with sometimes terrible consequences.
To read the whole story check this article from Daily Mail