Adult film star, Gianna Michaels single handedly lands 1200 pound shark
December 23, 2009 4 Comments
The National Reporter
Beautiful adult film star and Seattle native, Gianna Michaels, single-handedly caught a 1200 Lb. shark last weekend while on a fishing trip with a few friends.
The National Reporter – What did you think when you first snagged the shark?
“I thought my line got hooked on something, like a sunken boat.” She told us. “Then all of a sudden it swung my pole around and went under the boat. That was when I knew I had something big.”
The National Reporter – Were you scared when you found out that you had an enormous shark on the end of your line?
“Not really, well, maybe a little bit.” She said. “Sharks are pretty dangerous, I was kind of afraid that the thing was going to leap out of the water and thrash up the boat, but when I saw that Captain Rollo was ready with a high-powered rifle I stopped worrying about it.”
The National Reporter – How long did you fight it?
“Wow,..it seemed like it took all day.” She said. ” But, it was only around an hour and forty-five minutes before it was exhausted and we hoisted it aboard the boat.”
The National Reporter – People are saying that you fought this shark all by yourself, is that true?
“Ha,ha,. it sure is!” She laughed. “A few of the guys offered to take the pole from me when I started getting cramps in my arms, but I refused to let go so someone else would get all the credit.”
After Miss Michaels posed for the above exclusive photograph for The National Reporter, she had the shark delivered to a local taxidermist to have it stuffed and mounted.
“This shark is going to look awsome in my apartment!” She said.
Aside from her love for deep sea fishing, Gianna Michaels has other interests that are little known to the general public.
She has been an avid skeet and trap shooter since the age of 12 with several regional awards to her credit plus she holds a third degree black belt in Japanese Goju-ryu karate.
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