It was a flat ocean and a Saturday, so everything that floats was headed west.
There were more boats out there today than any other day this season.
Everyone was crying on the radio that there were not fish.
We ran a little farther out to find some sea room and started trolling.
Pretty much right away we got a troll fish and converted on bait.
The crew was motivated and knew how to fish, so we had a near 100% conversion rate.
Pretty soon we had one fish box filled and then the bite died and everyone, even good charter captains, were complaining that there were no fish.
Around 11:30 we got one on the troll, and then things started to light up.
30 minutes later it was wide open and everyone was hooked up.
10 minutes later they were boiling everywhere.
We busted out the jackpole and everyone jackpoled a tuna and it was time to go home.
Great crew, great fishing.
I can't wait for tomorrow.