Pulling in a Giant Tuna You Speared While Sharks Circle Below

Spearfishing is definitely not my game, but I can't help appreciating the recent catch of Hawaiian angler Wendell Ko for multiple reasons. According to this story on the blog of photographer Jon Schwartz, Ko doesn't want to dive the reef where fish abound. That's too easy. Ko wants to stalk his fish. To best the 188-pound yellowfin tuna in the video, he dove down 60 feet on a single gulp of air. That's impressive. What's more impressive is that once he reached depth he waited. He patiently hovered for "minutes" hoping a tuna would cruise by. It did, and he hit his mark. Then he had to get it to the surface while oceanic white tip sharks swarmed. Not for me, but good for you, bro!