Many fishermen have a story about “the one that got away.” Recently, one Maine crew had the opposite experience with an accidental catch of a lifetime. Tuesday, their roughly 600-pound tuna made for a special afternoon at the Belfast Soup Kitchen. “It’s like anything in life. Anything can happen,” said Ross Alex, captain of the Kathryn Ann.,, ”It couldn’t be revived. It was too entangled in the net. They realized the fish was going to be a loss,” said Doug Shartzer, who’s a friend of Steeves. Steeves called one of his contacts at Maine Marine Patrol. After getting the okay from the state, Shartzer made a call to the Belfast Soup Kitchen, which agreed to take the tuna. On Tuesday, about 350 servings were prepared to feed the community. Video, >click to read< 08:16