Snakehead Fish Caught In Lincolnshire, You Can Hook Your Own Monster Fish In Thailand
A two foot long snakehead fish was caught by an angler on the River Witham in Lincolnshire over the weekend. This "frankenfish," dubbed the gangster of the sea, is deadlier than a piranha and tends to eat everything that might be in it path--even humans.
The fish has a mouth full of razor sharp teeth, and get this, it can crawl on land and live up to four days--so it is possible that this gangster fish can chase you down out of water.
While Lincolnshire locals are hoping this snakehead capture is an anomaly and not the start of a trend, some of the world's leading angling guides actually offer frankenfish heads the opportunity to hunt down these gangster predators in the wild.
Jean Francois-Helias of Angling Adventures Thailand, is one such angler who has led plenty of snakehead captures, just in case you were looking for an adrenaline junkies/gangster fish chase of a vacation.
[Photo: Graham and Shelia & Daily Mail]