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Massive Shark caught near Martha's Vineyard


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That thing is HUGE! Luckily nobody had a run-in with that thing before it was captured.

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Like the Avitar Josh. And wow what a big fish!!!!!!!!! Caught on 6lb test Trilene? Maybe?

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Like the Avitar Josh. And wow what a big fish!!!!!!!!! Caught on 6lb test Trilene? Maybe?


Thanks, I couldn't find any military ones I liked, and I stumbled upon this one(where it was mixed in with about 100 anti-Bush ones), so I had to get it and use it here. Haha, it seems like all the big fish are caught accidentily on either extremely light line, or by a kid with a snoopy pole fishing for sunnies. When will us fishermen realize the simple fact we try too hard with all of our fancy equipment... grin.gif

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Gotta be a great white, i dont think that tigers travel that far north. If i remember correctly tigers are more of a warm water species, whereas the great whites travel in cooler waters frequently.

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I went and did a search and found this:

Fishermen who hauled in a massive 1,100 pound tiger shark off Massachusetts this past weekend failed to capture first place in the monster shark derby on Martha's Vineyard.

The reason: The boat was six minutes too late in returning to Oak Bluffs harbor with its catch.

The toothy tiger shark may not have won the competition, but it did win the admiration of other fishermen. Steven James of the Boston Big Game Fishing Club said this truly was a monster shark, and one that "could eat you."

6 MINUTES LATE!! mad.gif

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Holy Hana

That's to bad they didn't make 1st, due to being only 6mins late. Heck I bet they would've been 15mins early if they didn't have 1,100 of fish to haul back.

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they needed a bigger boat grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

that taxidermist is gonna have a heart attack!

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that taxidermist is gonna have a heart attack!


Geee I can see my wife's face.... "Honey this one goes on the wall" ooo.gif

I don't think I have walls that big..... grin.gif

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That would be one BIG stringer!!! grin.gif

GOOD LUCK AND GOOD FISHING!!!

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Put it in a refrigerated trailer and charge two bucks to look at it at the Statefair.

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