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Montauk, N.Y.: This is where Captain Frank Mundus weighed in the world's largest Great White Shark on August 6, 1986. Mundus, who is said to be the inspiration for the character Quint in Jaws, caught the 3,427-pound fish, 28 miles off Montauk and 18 miles from Block Island. It still holds the record not only for the largest shark but also for the largest fish of any kind ever caught by rod and reel. The capture of the shark was controversial at the time, with some saying the shark was feeding on a whale when caught (which would have negated the so-called "Official Record"). The International Game Fishing Association ruled that the catch was legitimate based on photographs. Taken at Star Island Yacht Club.
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