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Huge Los Buzos Shark

Source:Jackson Kayak
When:Jul 10
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During a recent JK Media trip to Los Buzos, Panama I hooked into a huge black tipped shark. Luckily one of the guides, Kevin was on hand to take some video including some cracking underwater footage.

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