Angler Joel Abrahamsson was fishing off Andörja Island, Norway, in 1,600 feet of water when he hooked into the behemoth that would later measure 13.2 feet in length and with a girth of 6.6 feet, reports GrindTV. It took Abrahamsson more than 90 minutes to reel the leviathan to his shallow boat. Abrahamsson detailed the ordeal to Kayak Fish Magazine. "The fish is not a spectacular fighter, but it is a fish that constantly tugs its head down and keeps slowly pulling, making it impossible to ever stop winding," Abrahamsson said. "So I put the reel in low gear and just grind the fish upwards."