It’s a shark.” Kaleb said with certainty. “We can’t catch a huge shark, it would eat us so we should just cut the line now.”
We decided if Kaleb was right we would go ahead and cut the line but we still wanted to see it. One of the boys, I was to tired at the time to note which one, said it had to be a whale. EmilyAnne kept looking back giving us a running commentary about the relative nearness of the monster.
This whole time Beck and I could feel it suddenly pull extra hard like it could see the boat and knew it was going to be a meal. Then it would go slack for a second and we could pull it in another couple of feet. We had been fighting for almost two hours when Benny said he thought it was just seaweed. We all yelled at him and scolded him.