Images show the moment a 12-year-old Massachusetts boy caught a great white shark.
Campbell Keenan, from Southampton, Massachusetts, was on a fishing trip on Tuesday off the coast of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The sixth grader told WBZ-TV that he was nervous.
“It was like pushing a cement block with your fist,” he explained.
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Keenan battled for nearly an hour.
The shark is estimated to have been about 9 feet long and 400 pounds.
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“I always thought I would catch some like decent fish, but not a great white, ever,” he said.
They tagged the shark and set it free, naming it “Jan Jan” after his sister’s hockey coach who was onboard the boat.
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The aerial photos show Keenan and his family members at the edge of the boat with the shark.