Outcast Sport Fishing crews caught this great white shark the afternoon of Dec. 13, 2016.
Outcast Sport Fishing crews caught this great white shark the afternoon of Dec. 13, 2016. Outcast Sport Fishing Facebook
Outcast Sport Fishing crews caught this great white shark the afternoon of Dec. 13, 2016. Outcast Sport Fishing Facebook

Hilton Head fishing crew hooks 3,000-pound great white shark, tags another

December 14, 2016 11:43 AM

More Videos

Is your child properly restrained in their car seat?  Watch this to find out 0:30

Is your child properly restrained in their car seat? Watch this to find out

Hey, Beaufort County dads, changing diapers just got macho 0:28

Hey, Beaufort County dads, changing diapers just got macho

Conflicting accounts emerge after fatal Buckwalter Parkway accident 0:52

Conflicting accounts emerge after fatal Buckwalter Parkway accident

Sanford: Trump's ‘shithole’ comment makes Reconstruction Era monument more important 0:47

Sanford: Trump's ‘shithole’ comment makes Reconstruction Era monument more important

'I'm in shock:' Bluffton's Milken Educator Award winner reacts to 'Oscar of teaching' 0:55

'I'm in shock:' Bluffton's Milken Educator Award winner reacts to 'Oscar of teaching'

Watch as a replica of Hilton Head's big red buoy arrives and is tipped into place 1:09

Watch as a replica of Hilton Head's big red buoy arrives and is tipped into place

There's a new community planned for this part of Hilton Head (And it might be gated) 0:41

There's a new community planned for this part of Hilton Head (And it might be gated)

Beaufort mom called fat on flight home for holiday confronts insulter 0:30

Beaufort mom called fat on flight home for holiday confronts insulter

Here's what Harbour Town looked like during and after Tropical Storm Irma 3:26

Here's what Harbour Town looked like during and after Tropical Storm Irma

Deputies respond to shots fired at this Bluffton housing complex 0:18

Deputies respond to shots fired at this Bluffton housing complex

  • Here's why you see so many starfish and jellyfish on Lowcountry beaches in the winter

    Lowcountry beaches can look like a mass graveyard for sea creatures in the winter. From starfish to sand dollars to jellyfish, here's why so many wash ashore this time of year.

About Untamed Lowcountry

Untamed Lowcountry

If it swims, flies, creeps or grows in the Lowcountry, you can find it in Untamed Lowcountry.