WHETHER she’s lying alongside a tuna or pouting at a haul of red snapper, bikini-clad fisherwoman Emily Riemer continues to reel in legions of fans.
The glamorous blonde, 24, regularly shares snaps of the fish she catches – including monster-sized sea creatures – on Instagram while sailing aboard Hooked for Life Charters off the Florida coast and in the Caribbean.
And no matter how much blood is involved, or how heavy the fish, Emily barely has a hair out of place as she poses in full makeup, clutching her latest catch.
Posting pics of the dead fish, Emily explains to her 135,000 followers that her hobby helps give her a “decent upper body workout”.
In one such update, she dubbed a catch as “Tuna Tuesday” while posing with a large tuna, prompting one bloke to confess, “you make my butt sweat”.
Each shot normally involves wearing a new, skimpy bikini, as she explained to the Sun Online last year: “I go fishing in bikinis not to look cute but because it is practical in the heat around Florida and the other places I fish.
“Posing with your catch is natural. I happen to do it in a bikini.”
Many of the fish fight her for up to 30 minutes at a time and weigh far more than her.
Emily, who hails from Miami, added: “Nothing gets my adrenaline rushing more than fighting a big fish then landing it successfully. I’m getting excited just talking about it.”