The most unique moment of the trip for me was at our first stop, I had already hooked 2 solid sharks that fought hard, get them high enough to see them good and cut off and take my jig. 2 jigs down the first hour, good times but hey. So as walking up after tying a 3rd. Just as was releasing dropping it down, we heard a loud splash and could see the water stirred about 30 foot off the starboard bow. Everyone was like what was that? We heard it but no one saw it, then like literally few seconds later a shark leaps out the water, looks to be about 6 ft spinning in the air. We are all like wow, then as i start jigging i hooked up but my line is screaming not down buy straight out. Then that shark leaped out the water twice about a 100 ft are so straight off the bow, dives straight down and bulldogs me for like good 10 maybe 15 minutes, then breaks off.
Go tie a 4th jig, walk up drop it, hook up immediately, right off the bat its another heavy fish, fight it a few minutes, Asked Carlos (deckhand) hey take this. Another solid shark about 6 ft.
What type of jig were you using?