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While Bottom Fishing Darcizzle Catches A Massive Shark…Who Says Women Can’t Fish

While some may be more focused on the blonde in the boat, I can assure you, she isn’t there just for ‘eye candy’, Darcizzle is a hard core fishing expert who (for all practical purposes) almost literally grew-up fishing with her Dad. She now has her own website, “Darcizzle Offshore” and also a YouTube channel (same name). She is a dedicated fisherman/woman and shares that with all who log-on to her website.

In case you aren’t familiar with her, here is something from her website:

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“My name is Darcie or better known as Darcizzle. I am a female angler here in sunny South Florida – the fishing capital of the world! My goal in the fishing industry is to prove that females, children, and young anglers alike can discover the secrets of fishing and accomplish their angling goals. Age is just a number, and experience comes with practice. I can tie knots, rigs, gaff fish, throw a cast net and bridle live bait, kite fish and more! YOU can do it too! I want to prove to all anglers and newbies to the sport; it’s fun to get your hands dirty! It’s also fun to show the old timers you can catch fish too! The tug is the ultimate drug! Keep On Catchin’!~ Darcie”

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In the video below, you see Darcie fishing for sharks in the Bahamas and as usual, she doesn’t disappoint. According to her, she hooked a pregnant bull shark.

Bull sharks are aggressive, common, and usually live near high-population areas like tropical shorelines. They are not bothered by brackish and freshwater, and even venture far inland via rivers and tributaries.
 
Because of these characteristics, many experts consider bull sharks to be the most dangerous sharks in the world. Historically, they are joined by their more famous cousins, great whites and tiger sharks, as the three species most likely to attack humans.

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