NANTUCKET, Mass. (CNN) - A fisherman in Nantucket hooked a 7-foot, 200-pound shark and spent about 45-minutes trying to reel it in -- with no success.
Elliot Sudal was fishing for bluefish when he spotted the shark and decided to use it as bait instead.
After fighting with the shark for some time, Sudal handed the pole to his cousin, ran into the water and wrestled the shark to shore.
He posed for some pictures with his catch and then let it go. He says the shark wasn't hurt.
Sudal says he's caught more than 100 sharks in the past eight months, most of them in Florida.
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