Fish Stealers: Gator, Bald Eagle, Killer Whale, More (Watch)

YouTube never disappoints us when we are looking for extreme fishing videos.


Gator steals red drum caught by kid angler (YouTube screenshot)


With the emergence of social media into our everyday lives, amazing occurrences on the water are often captured on film or video and then shared with the world.

video Game & Fish shared on Facebook this week showed a young angler, a hooked red drum he was fighting and a passing alligator which decided to chomp the fish, then swim away. The video attracted a hundreds of views from Game & Fish readers.


Of course, that got us looking for similar videos on the internet. (You probably guessed; there are lots of extreme fishing videos online)

Here are 7 YouTube shares which show how quickly a caught fish can be lost to an opportunistic animal -- whether it's another fish, an alligator, bald eagle or even a mink.

(Click on each video to watch the action, and on the source links to see more videos from their YouTube channels)

Gator Gets Busy; Takes Red Drum from Kid

https://youtu.be/f_3e-Q9V28A

Source: G RGO/YouTube


 Bald Eagle Steals Catch

https://youtu.be/lhDbcoJNg3k

Source: ABC Television Stations/YouTube


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Shark Steals Fish off Fisherman's Line

https://youtu.be/hu8JVyidcMI

Source: DailyPicksandFlicks/YouTube


Mink Stealing a Pike on Ice

https://youtu.be/S_0zZPqgOn8

Source: Marko Johns/YouTube


 Huge Shark Eats Fish Caught By Girl

https://youtu.be/Hu4QsFX_KyQ

Source: sharkzguy/YouTube


 Animals Stealing Fish Compilation

https://youtu.be/aA1q1nBDOlI

Source: Fishing Sweden - HQ/YouTube


 Killer Whale Steals Halibut from Angler's Hook

https://youtu.be/cteetS7pCec

Source: WeTheBestOnTV/YouTube

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