We ran 50 miles, pretty much straight out, and there were a TON of boats out there.
It started out a little slow, but then we found a pile of fish and started to get some bait stops going.
6 or so bait stops later we were almost plugged and it was time to go home.
The amazing part was that our crew did not lose a single fish (except for the one we messed up on, but that was on us).
These guys would wait 20 seconds before they engaged the drag and 90% of their fish had the hooks so deep in their mouths that there was no way they were ever going to spit the hook.
*****If you want to catch a lot of tuna, you need to let them eat it. Letting them eat it for 20 seconds means you don't lose fish and these guys proved it.******
We are sitting out the wind until Wednesday, but it looks really, really good for next weekend.