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Team Rebel is a group of extreme anglers that were assembled by founder Zach "The Hammer" Miller. Team Rebel is quickly rising up the fishing ranks to national prominence, while keeping their own edge and style as they are kicking down the doors in the extreme angling entertainment industry. Team Rebel can only be described as  "A rock band that got stuck on a drift boat for too long" and many people in the fishing world and entertainment industry are intrigued, yet mystified by their edge, attitude,accomplishments and style. Team Rebel is on the cutting edge of expeditionary style angling and is world renowned for pushing the envelope to accomplish extraordinary angling feats, all while carrying a strong message of conservation about the wildlife we encounter in our expeditions.This is done all while we fight for anglers rights all across the state. We are experts in the department of shark fishing, land-based fishing, as well as shark fishing historians. Our quest will never end, as our pursuit to accomplish what many deem impossible is what drives us to put our life and own safety on the line to flatten the box of ordinary, and promote a misunderstood and mostly forgotten style of extreme angling in a way that old school sport is met with a new age twist. Join them, as cast off on our quest to rock the angling and scientific world, all while achieving our goals in ways that many may label them "Insane".

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Great White Shark jumps into boat..(A great way to kick off Shark Week!)

 Imagine the flabbergasted look upon Dorien Schroder's face when an estimated 9ft, one-thousand pound Great White Shark leaped into her research vessel early Wednesday morning, near Seal Island in South Africa. Schroder watched the Great White leap over a research intern, and into her vessel while her and her team were chumming sharks up close to the boat for a study they were doing on shark populations in the area.


  Dorien Schroder, team leader, described to the Cape Times what happened next: "Next thing I know I hear a splash, and see a white shark breach out of the water from [the] side of the boat hovering, literally, over the crew member who was chumming on the port side."

 The shark was kept alive for almost an hour with the use of a raw water hose, while a crane was dispatched to the location to help raise the shark off the vessel and release it back into the water, where it will now continue to terrorize the local seal population.


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LOL! That's Frickin Wild!!!

July 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMike Johnson

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