An impromptu, late-night fishing trip resulted in the catch of an endangered sawfish measuring over 11 feet in length.
Floridian Dustin Richter and his friends planned to play poker Saturday night but the group took to Boynton Beach instead.
"After about an hour of putting our lines, we hadn't gotten a hit so we were about to leave," Richter told ABC. "Something started clicking. The reel started going off. It felt like it was like four or five feet."
That something turned out to be a 500-pound, 11-foot-4-inch sawfish.