WASHINGTON — Every fisherman has a story about the “big one.”
But Joey Polk of Milton, Fla. really does.
He caught an 11-foot, 805-pound mako shark at a secret location in Florida, setting a possible new world record for land-based shark fishing — a record his cousin holds.
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