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SACRAMENTO, CA - SEPTEMBER 29: A fisherman casts his line into the Sacramento River in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta on September 29, 2005 south of Sacramento, California. Officials say that the dikes of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta are in worse shape than those that broke and flooded New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. There is a two-in-three chance that a catastrophic earthquake or storm in the next 50 years will damage the levees enough to cause the kind destruction that engulfed New Orleans, according to experts. Such an event would affect the water supply that serves two-thirds of California and create a nightmare traffic jam on Highway 4, the two-lane road that would be the major evacuation route, if it is not damaged beyond usability. 1,600 miles of levees protect the delta's islands, which lie well below sea-level, and most were built more than 100 years ago. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images) (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Fishing is all about the right bait, a little luck, and finding that perfect spot. As in, the balcony from the third floor. Check out the video that’s gone viral worldwide. A few guys were on a break at a company meeting here in Florida and decided to do some fishing.

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