Now that's what you call a "tailgate." After a Facebook posting of Earnie Polk at a Pensacola Beach filling station went viral this week, he and his cousin Joey Polk came forward and announced they'd landed an 11-foot, 805-pound shortfin mako shark off a Gulf Coast beach Tuesday night. The two already hold a combined three world records from the International Land-Based Shark Fishing Association. Pensacola News-Journal and Pete Thomas Outdoors. Click photo for enlarged view.