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‘They caught JAWS!’: Massive 394kg shark caught off the coast of Sydney

This enormous shark is sure to make jaws drop.

A tiger shark weighing a whopping 394.5kg has been caught off the coast of Sydney, by Captain Paul Barning and the crew of the Dark Horse. 

The fishermen spent just over 45 minutes reeling in the deadly shark — before hauling it onto the back of their boat and taking it to shore for a weigh in at Port Hacking. 

It looks like they need a bigger boat! An incredible photo has emerged of Sydney fishermen reeling in a giant tiger shark

It looks like they need a bigger boat! An incredible photo has emerged of Sydney fishermen reeling in a giant tiger shark

It looks like they need a bigger boat! An incredible photo has emerged of Sydney fishermen reeling in a giant tiger shark

Fishermen weigh the giant shark at Port Hacking

Fishermen weigh the giant shark at Port Hacking

Fishermen weigh the giant shark at Port Hacking

Game fishers in New South Wales are having one of their best seasons in 30 years, but many are wary about showing off their big catches online due to growing criticism about the sport.

‘The anglers are within their rights to take the fish, but it is looked upon as being a bad sport,’ Luke Palmer, owner of a bait and tackle shop, told the ABC last year..     

Tiger sharks were not endangered but the International Union for Conservation of Nature had listed them as ‘near-threatened’.

A recreational fisher in NSW is only allowed to have one tiger shark in their daily catch.

There were eight fatal shark attacks in 2020, with  Charles Cernobori killed by a 4m suspected tiger shark while body boarding at Cable Beach in Western Australia

There were eight fatal shark attacks in 2020, with  Charles Cernobori killed by a 4m suspected tiger shark while body boarding at Cable Beach in Western Australia

There were eight fatal shark attacks in 2020, with  Charles Cernobori killed by a 4m suspected tiger shark while body boarding at Cable Beach in Western Australia

Tiger sharks are common waters throughout Australia. The beasts can grow 7.62 metres and weigh in at more than than 800kgs. 

They are second only to great whites in attacking people, and the most recent was in November, when Charles Cernobori, 59, was killed while bodyboarding at Cable Beach in Western Australia.  

The tropical to sub-tropical species of shark is known to move down the east coast during the warmer months — following food with the current.

Source: Daily Mail Australia | World News

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