3 Horrifying True Fishing Stories

3 Horrifying True Fishing Stories

Fishing is something many people do to escape the stress of society as a leisure time. If you were to imagine a “fishing horror story,” you would probably think of a shark attack, or somebody almost drowning, but that’s not the kind of horror you’re about to hear in these stories.

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50 Replies to “3 Horrifying True Fishing Stories”

  1. The person telling the second story sounds insanely passive aggressively jealous of their sister and her husband having money for nice/expensive things. Like, if you hate "well off" people and their lifestyle, why did you agree to go?

  2. listen close kids

    1. never travel alone
    2. NEVER travel to secluded places unarmed/unequipped
    3. always have your blinds closed (i mean come on)
    4. ALWAYS CALL THE POLICE AFTER AN INCIDENT (a record will be taken)
    5. leave a situation right away when you feel uncomfortable/unsafe
    6. don’t over share about yourself! protect your privacy
    7. windows and doorS LOCKED ALWAYS NO MATTER WHAT NEIGHBORHOOD YOU LIVE IN
    8. tell people where you’re going (even if it’s to the bathroom!)
    9. Don’t go into people’s houses (like if you’re a delivery driver/asking/borrowing something)
    10. always be aware of your surroundings!! (if you’re walking, walk with a purpose and stay off your phone-)

    stay safe everyone

  3. There are loads of stories of people going missing around water in the national parks and forests in America.

  4. aw man im scared now, me and my family are going fishing tomorrow, CRAPPPPPP

    yet i still binge watch these videos just to creep myself out.

  5. It said that the Jack guy caught a large mouth bass and then it said that they were in the middle of the ocean. Bass are freshwater fish.

  6. in the second story i donโ€™t usually react to yells or screams just cuz i got used to it
    that scream was no human it was a fucking demon ๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ง

  7. โ€œGrandpa whatโ€™d you see?โ€
    โ€œIt was a person who.. looked just like meโ€.
    โ€œGrandpa thatโ€™s your reflectionโ€

  8. ๐Ÿ™„ Go fishing they said it’s fun relaxing they said suuuuure and
    SCREW YOU ๐Ÿคฃ listen to what happened to these people

  9. Wow that 3rd one. If it was not for you who knows what would have happened to your grandpa. Well hope he is still alive today. Unlike…. Nevermind I don’t want to say it.

  10. one time when i was i think 5, my family and i went on a church field trip with lots of other family’s. we were swimming at a lake. i was peacefully walking around hip deep in the water when i felt something bite my toe. i was weirdly not scared. i shook my leg and walked out of the water. still don’t know exactly what pinched my toe but i think it might have been crab. that’s all. have a good day

  11. This guy legit sounds like some middle aged man just independently reading these stories.

  12. Lol im living the dream too
    sitting on a comfortable chair eating nutella and binging Mr nightmare ๐Ÿ˜‚

  13. I have quite a story myself, I usually fish at a river near my house and usually catch kahawai, trout ect I once went down and the water didnโ€™t seem right after hours of fishing there it started to turn dark. I waited there an hour in the dark and that was when I realised I didnโ€™t catch anything in the river.

    That moment was the scariest moment of my life, how could I, the only person who fishes the river not catch anything? Maybe it just wasnโ€™t my day

  14. God I miss the old Mr.N. I am not sure why or how but he sounds different now and the stories seem less scary now…

  15. A pond named after someone.. that sounds like something no bueno happened there IMO

    Edit: Hm.. Maybe the pond was named after that guy and he didn’t want anyone else there?

  16. Ok the second one is obvious some fisherman saw Rick white people in the middle of nowhere easy guess they needed money lol

  17. The observant aunt microregionally spell because join interestingly knit a a tall insurance. useful, abhorrent sphynx

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