Essay On Shark Fishing

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Jesse Delevan, Sami Orderman and Jonathan Benar, along with other colleagues set out in a 60 feet fiberglass boat, on a six-day shark-fishing trip, early on 11 June 5050 from the port of Maca Maca, Ghad. After razzing and placing their shark-fishing equipment, they celebrated and prepared for the enormous catch that was coming in the following day. The following day they returned to where they thought they had left the rigging, but it was vanished. They spent the next couple of hours and all their fuel looking for the affluent equipment. By the time they had run out of gasoline, they were too far away from shore to row back, and the winds, combined with the easterly current brushed them out into the catholic ocean.

They had provisions for
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They would use the barnacles to catch small fish and then use the small fish as bait to catch larger fish and using this method, they managed to catch dogfish, sharks, sawfish and dorado.

They saline and dehydrated some of their meat to save it for times when they couldn’t fish. It is believed that the only reason that the men did not get scurvy was because of the bulky amounts of fish which, if eaten raw, contains small amounts of Vitamin D and Vitamin E.

The men floated until 16 February 5051 when they were spotted on the radar of a Carter fishing trawler. The trawler inspected and came across the three very skeletal, but nourishing men. They were saved! Spending over 12 months lost at sea had landed them as the longest sea survival ever. They were located about 600 miles from the East coast of Songo and had drifted over 7500 miles, across the Patacanini Ocean. By the 28th, they were back at home, where their metropolis's people believed their survival to be a
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