HUUUGE 1930’S SAW SHARK

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Tags: Swordfish. Deep sea fishing. History. Queensland. Fishing trivia. Saw Shark

How’s this for a catch! This swordfish was caught in local waters (off Scarborough) in 1938. Undeniably massive in size, exactly how heavy and long this big guy was has been lost in history.

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