Caught on Video: Florida child attracts Twitter with catch-and-release fishing video
A Florida child is going viral for his darling fishing style.
A child is going viral for his darling fishing style.
Ke’mari Cooper of Quincy, Fla., was fishing with his dad Velt on Sunday when he landed a seven-pound drum — his personal best — regulating a “black pretence worm” lure.
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“Seven pounds!” Ke’mari exclaims while holding a vast fish adult for his dad, who is filming a catch.
An apparently vehement Ke’mari explains that he only knew he was going to locate something that day.
“Let’s put this beauty behind in a water,” he says in a video, before walking behind over to a lake and kindly easing a fish behind in. “I wish we grow even bigger, baby.”
“I wish we go behind and be better,” he continued while petting a fish.
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As he releases a fish, Ke’mari tells a fish he’ll “see we later” someday in a future.
The immature boy’s honeyed catch-and-release has sparked tons of reactions online, with many praising Ke’mari for his honeyed disposition.
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“Every loyal fisherman knows when to locate and release,” one Twitter user wrote. “This child was lifted right and his pristine fad throwing his record fish is a many overwhelming thing to watch!
“Love this,” she added.
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Ke’mari, meanwhile, appears to already have an considerable collection of catches uploaded to his YouTube channel, where he now boasts over 700 followers.