The epic battle lasted more than two hours. When it was done, a new potential world record mako shark lay boatside.
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Mesquite, Texas angler Jason Johnston caught what could be the new record mako shark just outside of the Los Angeles Harbor in California Monday morning. It took Johnston more than two hours to reel in the 1,323.5-pound, 11-foot long shark, a feat that he told CBS was extremely dangerous.
Photos courtesy of Kent Williams of New Fishall Bait Co.