After a lot of talk about water temps, too many boats, the full moon, etc... we were a little worried that fishing sucked right now.
We went with the pack and nobody was doing anything so we decided to find our own fish.
Clark got a tip from a buddy so we headed out that direction.
We got close to the numbers when a troll rod went off and Clark pitched some bait.
Our crew was composed mainly of veterans who had plugged the boat a few times last year.
Within minutes all six rods were bendo and the chaos began.
35 fish later a sled (yes an open sled 40 ish miles offshore full of charter customers) trolled over our bait stop and killed it.
We went back on the hunt and pretty soon we had them BOILING around the boat.
Every bait got bit within seconds.
We broke out a topwater lure and watched tuna boil on it on the surface.
The bite was savage, with tuna slashing around the boat and fighting over our bait.
A great crew, great ocean, and great fishing.
At it again in the AM with TJ and his crew.