We worked under conditions that were somewhat less than ideal, but we still managed to scrap out a catch of nice yellowfins.
Let’s see. It was windy, rainy, foggy, bad scattered grass, and the hungriest gannets you’ve ever seen kept eating our baits. Other than that, the tuna fishing was pretty good. We had plenty of bites, but our luck wasn’t the best for hanging on to them. We did catch seven yellowfins in the 25-45 pound range. There was a good sign of wahoos, but very few caught since most everyone was fishing with light tuna leaders and wahoos have particularly sharp teeth. Overall I’d have to say that fishing was pretty good. Thanks again guys!
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