So on that note I bring to you a fish story that has to be seen to be believed.
Captain Dennis, a fishing guide in Port Charlotte, caught the 1,280-pound, 14.5-foot hammerhead over nearly six hours Tuesday, during which the shark dragged his 23-foot skiff about 12 miles out to sea. It grabbed his bait, a hefty stingray, around noon in Boca Grande Pass, famous for tarpon fishing.
I'm not sure what motivates somebody to go fishing for sharks as big as your boat especially since it worked out so well for Robert Shaw.
(hat tip to The Sports Economist)