Andy Hales and his friend Richard Foster were on a fishing trip in South Africa’s Cape Agulhas, when Andy felt a nibble on his line. Ok, it was way more than a nibble. It was an 18-foot, 4,000-pound Great White Shark. The monster shark was so strong, it actually dragged the 32-foot boat over two miles through the ocean. Finally, after two full hours of battling the shark, the Great White tired and Andy prevailed. Andy’s 18-foot, approximately over 4,000-pound shark smashed the record for largest line caught Great White Shark, previously set by 2,000-pound shark in Australia in 1959.