The scientists with OCEARCH thought the first shark they caught was big, until then they hooked number 2; a 16-foot, 3500-lb. female Great White.
A 20-foot shark was spotted just a few hundred feet off of Nauset Beach on Friday.
An experienced West Newbury fisherman thought he’d seen everything on the water, until a 14-foot long shark slammed into his boat on the North Shore.
A family out fishing Wednesday captured video of a great white shark feasting on a seal off Chatham.
Shark sightings have been common this year, but not where this one was spotted.
A man who was attacked by a great white shark off a Truro beach recounted the harrowing ordeal.
A man swimming in the water off Ballston Beach was rushed to the hospital with injuries to his legs.
Lifeguards at Nauset Beach in Orleans ordered swimmers to evacuate the water on Saturday after a confirmed shark sighting.
A shark was spotted just yards off the coast of Chatham on Saturday.
Fifteen-year-old Ethan Lynch of Amesbury caught a blue shark that may be the biggest ever landed in state waters.