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VIDEO: Fish grabs a man’s arm

This has to be one of the craziest fishing videos I have ever seen.

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My favorite images from this year’s National Geographic photo contest

“Honey, take a photo of me in this dark cave. I’m sure there’s nothing in here.”

Bats at Golconda Fort: This is the third shot with a flash, waking all of the bats up and seeing them all stare at the camera. (© Bill Thoet/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Bats at Golconda Fort: This is the third shot with a flash, waking all of the bats up and seeing them all stare at the camera. (© Bill Thoet/National Geographic Photo Contest)

I want to try to fish this way!

Catching Fish: Fishermen use fire to draw fish close to the boat and then catch them. (© Chang Ming Chih/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Catching Fish: Fishermen use fire to draw fish close to the boat and then catch them. (© Chang Ming Chih/National Geographic Photo Contest)

This would be super creepy to come across while camping.

Guardians of the Forest: Deep in the Colombian Amazon, Yucuna indians stand dressed in traditional tribal attire for the Baile del Muñeco, or puppet dance, a celebration of the abundance of the Chontaduro fruit. While traditional indigenous customs are fast being lost throughout the Amazon jungle, here, far down the Caqueta river and few miles from the Brazilian border, traditions are still very much intact. The costumes are still made entirely from natural materials, predominantly tree bark, during this three day festival. (© Piers Calvert/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Guardians of the Forest: Deep in the Colombian Amazon, Yucuna indians stand dressed in traditional tribal attire for the Baile del Muñeco, or puppet dance, a celebration of the abundance of the Chontaduro fruit. While traditional indigenous customs are fast being lost throughout the Amazon jungle, here, far down the Caqueta river and few miles from the Brazilian border, traditions are still very much intact. The costumes are still made entirely from natural materials, predominantly tree bark, during this three day festival. (© Piers Calvert/National Geographic Photo Contest)

See other great photos from this contest here.

Fly fishing in my mind and in reality

This photograph captures how I think fly fishing will be when I go.

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This photo captures the reality.
funny fly fishing

Check out this fly fishing gear.

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