In 1927 in an area of the South China Sea known as the Santiago Hole, researchers in a diving bell were struck by something large and aggressive at a depth of approximately 110 fathoms. When the bell was raised to the surface, the ship crew stared in wonder at the oddly shaped dent left in the craft hull. And so, the legend of the Fathom Lurker was born. By the mid-1930 Professor McGill had collected various accounts and descriptions; of this deep-sea demon from a number of Filipino pearl divers and used these to create this portrait, now considered the closest representation of the creature.
The pickle tongued fathom lurker cannot be found because it's always watching. True anglers know that with this Romper Bodysuit, you might be able to catch it.