Milking a shark for all it's worth

Conniff, R.
June 1987
Yankee;Jun87, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p84
Four years ago, Captain Greg Dubrule, 35, of Noank, Connecticut, brought home a 2,800-pound great white shark. He has used the feat to advertise himself as an East Coast shark hunter and build up his charter fishing business. Details of the shark's harpooning; Criticism of Dubrule.


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