Written by Jen Finn
DRACUT -- Fishermen and women from all across the world search the Cape Cod waters, looking for that monster tuna prize. Many come up dry, but a Dracut fisherman hauled one in last week, with the help of a random Dracut fisherman and friends who came to the rescue.
It might be a big ocean, but it's a mighty small world out there.
Two months after catching a 920-pound tuna, a Dracut fisherman and his buddies hit the jackpot again last week. They hauled in a 650-pound tuna on Thursday, only this time they helped a distressed fisherman -- also from Dracut -- reel in the fish.
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