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  • Car-sized sea creature surprises SC fishermen

    Fishermen off the coast of Hilton Head this week spotted a giant Manta ray, which Chip Michalove, owner of Outcast Sport Fishing, estimated at 16-feet from wing to wing. Anglers did not catch the devil ray, long the feared subject of seafaring lore despite its tranquil nature.

Fishermen off the coast of Hilton Head this week spotted a giant Manta ray, which Chip Michalove, owner of Outcast Sport Fishing, estimated at 16-feet from wing to wing. Anglers did not catch the devil ray, long the feared subject of seafaring lore despite its tranquil nature. Chip Michalove Outcast Sport Fishing
Fishermen off the coast of Hilton Head this week spotted a giant Manta ray, which Chip Michalove, owner of Outcast Sport Fishing, estimated at 16-feet from wing to wing. Anglers did not catch the devil ray, long the feared subject of seafaring lore despite its tranquil nature. Chip Michalove Outcast Sport Fishing

Car-sized sea creature surprises SC fishermen

February 16, 2017 9:39 AM