HOW TO LAND FOUR BUCKS WHEN FISHING

Okay – so I came across this blog entry while researching a story about a lake monster in Cranberry Lake and the pictures and story were just too good to let go of.

Talk about your catch and release…

Cape Breton News

(Pictures courtesy of Dianne Peddle )

Happy Ending The best day of fishin’ ever!!! 
I’ve heard of salmon jumping into boats but. . . . . .
4 had to be the daily limit I’m sure

Four Young Bucks exhausted head for the Safety of The Boat

Four young Sitka  black-tailed bucks fell upon good luck Sunday
as they were pulled from the icy waters of Stephens Passage,
Alaska by a group of locals on Tom Satre’s 62-foot charter vessel. 
Four juvenile Sitka black-tailed deer swam directly toward the boat.

 

Aboard they Relaxed

Once the deer reached the boat, the four began to circle the boat,
looking directly at the humans on board.  Clearly, the bucks were distressed.  With help, the typically skittish and absolutely wild

animals came willingly onto the boat.  Once onboard, they collapsed with exhaustion, shivering.

Once Aboard they Collapsed

Here the rescued bucks rest on…

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