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Great White Shark Caught On Video In NJ

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Cape May, New Jersey (My9NJ) -

Local Cape May, New Jersey resident Steve Clark was forced to end his fishing day a little early yesterday after a great white shark munched on his bag of bait!

Clark went into Moran's Bait and Tackle Shop prior to this incident before heading out to do some fishing on his boat. When he returned he hadn’t expected to see a shark, let alone a great white. This shark was 16 foot long and was not afraid to "smile" for the camera. Clark managed to get his shark encounter all on video!

Moran's Bait and Tackle Employee, Kurt Ludder, says it's not a rare occasion to see a shark out in the water.

"You know you definitely wouldn't see them in the bay, right off the beach perhaps, yeah, I'm sure it's not totally out of the question," he explained.

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