Giant Swordfish Eyeball Washes Ashore In Pompano Beach

A mystery eyeball washed ashore last Wednesday onto a Broward beach that had folks wondering if in fact sea monsters were out lurking in the deep.

Researchers later confirmed that it belonged to an ill-fated swordfish and was likely discarded by local fisherman.

Just in time for Halloween! Muahahahahaha….

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7 thoughts on “Giant Swordfish Eyeball Washes Ashore In Pompano Beach

    • Eli says:

      Is saltwater finihsg good during the night time?I’m a little disappointed. I went saltwater finihsg about a half hour in from the ocean one morning and caught many fish. The conditions were horrible, windy, choppy water, and cold. Today I checked out the water and seen it was perfectly calm and desided to try during the night. I went for around 5 hours (8pm-1am and didn’t get anything except a few stingrays. The weather was warm-cool with little wind and nice calm water. Is saltwater finihsg just bad during the night time or what?I’m along the east coast of Georgia

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