LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Grab your rod and reel and head to your favorite honey hole. That's what these anglers did.
Blake caught a big bass a few weeks ago on a chartreuse plastic worm. It probably weighed 4 to 5 pounds.
And Jonathan reeled in another nice bass. He caught it while fishing on Lake Barnett.
Six-year-old Hayden also caught a bass in his Pawpaw's pond near Mena several weeks ago. I'm told he yelled, "Fish on, fish on!" as soon as it hit. Looks like he may have reeled in a 4 pounder.
And Becky from Danville sent in some great pictures of her husband Jeff. They had a wonderful visit at the Rainbow River Resort on the White River in Cotter, Arkansas. She says it was a beautiful full moon night and he caught and released many brown trout.
Now here's a different Fishin' with Liz. Some may call him crazy but a man who's known as Shark Tony actually goes out into the waters looking for sharks!
Tony Cutugno, equipped only with his kayak goes looking for them nearly everyday before sundown in Ocean City, New Jersey. And earlier this week he hooked a seven-foot long dusky shark. Shark Tony says he releases them back into the ocean every time. But first he takes a picture.
Dusky sharks are not maneaters but still get a lot of attention from beach goers. Many people say they are anxiously awaiting to see what Shark Tony will reel in on his next catch.