Rodney and his dad go fishing at Cape Vidal, a popular fishing spot on the north east coast of Zululand. Rodney lands a large barracuda. While it is still thrashing around on the bottom of the boat a flying fish knocks Rodney's father off balance, he bumps his head on one of the out board motors, and ends up unconscious next to the jaw snapping barracuda. Rodney must rescue his father from the dangerous predatory fish, and take the ski boat safely back to shore.
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