This place has one of the highest tides in the world. When the tide is out, the boats rest on the sand.
This is why you shouldn't go that close to the beach with your boat.
A crew of four is seen wrestling with the giant, 600-pound marlin for a few minutes before the fish jumps into the boat, knocking one of the men down as it fights to get free.
The railroad bridge did not go up in time and the boat slammed into it.
That's what I call threading the needle.
A sea lion snatched this guy's fish right out of his hands after they dock back up at the marina.
Reaching speeds of over 40 knots, the only thing holding these boats in the water are the fins.
It's all over as soon as this boat speeds into a large wake. Human Ragdolls!!!
A little too close for comfort.
The guy was just working on his boat when the reporter lost balance and sent him swimming. He's pissed!