"It was caught on Padre Island, and an hour and 15 minute fight on an 80W with a hammered drag," Ozolins said in a post that was deleted by Facebook.
The fisherman explained the deletion in a Facebook post Wednesday:
"Facebook had removed my recent post and hammerhead photos due to going against 'terms and policy'. Wow. There was not a single thing against any terms etc. Not that I am worried about it, I'm just amazed (or rather appalled) by how they can gain influence from uneducated tree-huggers and break their own rules to remove something rather innocent despite all the other horrendous stuff they fail to remove on their actual system. Apparently removing a post regarding nature, sport, and scientific research is prioritized over graphic violence, terroristic threats, and racism. Oh well, so is life... Just a warning to anyone out there who actually post a photo of a shark, they are coming after you!"
Ozolins said he will eventually post a video of the shark's release.