HONOLULU (KHON2) — A local fisherman has quite a story to tell, and he has the video to prove it.
Devin Kanda said that he was fishing in a kayak with some friends off of Diamond Head on the 4th of July when a large tiger shark swam right at him, and then right underneath his kayak, slightly bumping it.
Fortunately, Kanda saw the shark coming just in time, and was able to get his hands and feet out of the water. He said that after the initial encounter, the shark swam away.
Kanda said that he was surprised rather than frightened. He added that he was in awe because of its size.
Latest Stories on KHON2
- Hawaii’s Jordan Yamamoto will join Miami’s 30-man roster on Tuesday when Marlins return from COVID-19 outbreak
- U.S. Coast Guard in multi-agency effort rescue three boaters in Micronesia
- Restrictions return for Honolulu parks following record breaking COVID-19 cases
- TheBus confirms driver tested positive for COVID-19
- Can Congress save the live music industry before it’s too late?