Florida State Coach Jimbo Fisher Catches Shark During Offseason Fishing Trip

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJuly 9, 2014

via @canfish16

Jimbo Fisher is having a pretty good year, in case you couldn't tell.

Not only did he lead the Florida State Seminoles to the 2014 BCS National Championship, but he's also had some success off the field.

Fisher recently went fishing with his wife, Candi, and two sons. At some point during the trip, the Fishers were able to haul in a shark. Given that the shark appears to be longer than Fisher, that's a pretty good catch.

It even looks like one of the boys was dressed for the occasion. 

[Candi Fisher, h/t Dr. Saturday]

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