It can be found under a sandy beach on an uncharted island, in a sunken pirate ship, in a fish's mouth... wait, a fish's mouth? Yes, treasure can be buried in a fish's mouth. All sorts of things, different sizes, shapes, and colors. I was lucky enough to find some buried treasure in a fish's mouth the other day. My rig had been drifting along nice and peacefully, and was suddenly attacked by a fish. I fought the fish for a little while, trying to find a slow spot to land him in. As I lifted my rod to bring the fish out of the water, I felt a quick pop. Hmm, that's strange. When I finally landed the fish, I found the source of the pop. The Girdle Bug that the fish ate had popped out of his mouth, but immediately latched onto another Girdle Bug that the fish had previously eaten. Attached to the other Girdle Bug was also a Blue Poison Tung. We pulled the flies out of the fish's mouth and let him go. The Blue Poison was too beaten up for more use, but the Girdle from the fish's mouth was in good condition. After awhile, this got me thinking two things. One, What if we hadn't caught the fish, and the other fly hooked a stick or something along those lines? How would the fish survive? And two, I wonder how often this happens? Has anyone else found buried treasure? If so, tell us about it below.