Fisherman reels in snake with teeth sunk into fish

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  • Published on Jul 13, 2019
  • A Houston fisherman got more than he bargained for when he reeled in a fish that had seemingly already been claimed by an overzealous snake.
    Chase McCray made the bizarre catch while he was fishing in Langham Creek near Copperfield Place in northwestern Harris County earlier this month. He shared footage of the fish dangling off his line, the snake wrapped around it with its teeth in the fish's side.
    "I took the knife to get the snake off the fish and released the fish," McCray explained. "The snake had a few wounds from the knife, but I released it as well." abc7.la/2jPzbCH

Comments • 12

  • Роберт Фиэлдьс RRFIELDS65

    tvclip.biz/video/Nw8kC4MQwy4/video.html ***** Fur De Lance*****

  • Роберт Фиэлдьс RRFIELDS65

    Florida's Venomous Snakes 02/10 - Water Moccasin or Cottonmouth : tvclip.biz/video/i6-5oelx2sg/video.html

  • Hermoso natural
    Hermoso natural Month ago

    Ugly negro

  • Ruined Rxses
    Ruined Rxses Month ago

    || turns camera around and looks into it like “ wtf” ||

  • Ostro1980
    Ostro1980 2 months ago +3

    He just threw them back in?! I'll bet anything he didn't pry the snake off. 😂😂😂

    • I Love Pink
      I Love Pink Month ago

      Pixel Dust I’m getting goosebumps just by looking

    • Pixel Dust
      Pixel Dust 2 months ago

      I bet the same; there are some people who are deathly afraid of snakes.

  • ArthurNL78
    ArthurNL78 2 months ago

    Clearly CGI.

    • Pixel Dust
      Pixel Dust 2 months ago

      @sumerbc it's a joke...

    • sumerbc
      sumerbc 2 months ago

      How is it "clearly CGI"? The shadow from the snake falls on the fish.... he doesn't look like a CGI expert... But he released the snake into the water... he might should have killed it if it's a invasive species.... Snakes from South America and Africa and Asia have no place in Houston eco system...

  • Assis Neto
    Assis Neto 2 months ago

    his face is like "is this bitch for real"