Jazmine Evans is unassuming at first sight – a petite 10-year-old in pink-and-white polka-dotted shorts and a blue floral -printed tank top – as she stands next to a bluefin tuna.
She’s sporting a casual grin and dark sunglasses.
But this is no ordinary young lady.
Jazmine is a fishing machine who quickly is making a name for herself on the world fishing scene.
The tuna hanging next to her is a pending world record that looks bigger than the little angler who caught it.
The 53-pound, 4-ounce fish, shattered the existing International Game Fish Association record for female junior anglers 10 and younger.