ANGLER Paul Stevens dives in to get a snap with his catch — a 28½ stone halibut.
It is the largest fish of its kind caught by a Brit and is more than 7ft long.
Paul, 45, from Norwich, caught it off Norway and reckons it is up to 90 years old.
He said: “It pulled the boat half a mile.
“It took three days for my shoulders to recover.
“I put it back. It’s breeding stock.”
“It was a bit emotional.
“I have spent a lot of years trying to catch a fish like that.”
Atlantic halibut are among the largest bony fish in the world.
They can reach up to 15ft in length and weigh up to 700lbs.
Source: The Sun