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April 23, 2007

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Half-Ton Mako Could Be New World Record

Four Florida cobia anglers using 30-pound line from a 23-foot boat found themselves in way over their heads when they hooked a 12-foot, 6-inch mako shark. It took the help of a 45-foot charter boat and two flying gaffs to bring the giant shark in. At 1,063 pounds, it is a potential world record in the 30-pound line class. Read about it here.


Brian M.

Do foul hooked fish qualify for world records?

Walt Smith

If a gut shot deer or elk can qualify for the the record book why wouldn't a foul hooked fish? Don't truly see the difference there Vern.

Matt Mallery

Sharks this size make me glad I'm a fisherman and not a surfer.

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