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WANTAGH, NY - JUNE 10: A 25-foot-long dead baleen humpback whale calf lies on the beach after it washed ashore near the east end of Jones Beach June 10, 2010 in Wantagh, New York. Animal rescue crews were on the scene to assist but the whale was already dead when it washed ashore and will likely be buried in the dunes on the beach. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Summer is almost upon us, so let’s hit the high seas for tales of big fish, from Boston Harbor to Cape Cod to Rhode Island.


This was all sparked by last week’s story of the Provincetown lobster diver who was almost swallowed whole by a humpback whale. That story got me thinking of another recent story: the megalodon-sized basking shark that was sighted off the coast of Wood’s Hole last month. And if we’re talking local fish tales, you know we have to revisit this one.


Not to mention this throwback, unearthed by my buddy Rich down the hall.


So here we are, with quite the quartet. My question this week: which tale has the biggest tail? Vote below!


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