Some days are diamonds and some days are coal. After 10 hours of trolling the tuna grounds I can wholeheartedly say we've put in our dues.Upon arrival of the spot that had been consistently producing palegics the weeks prior, we were greeted with a 6-8 foot chop. Monster Ledge, Little Italy, AH buoy all were void of bluefin tuna, dorado, and skipjacks, white marlin, and yellowfin. Not 1 fish raised!!! Many hours of watching trailing spreader bars and Green machines has taken its toll. The company couldn't have been any better though so we made the best of it and had some ballistic discussions and formulated opinions on optics and mounts. I would rate the day a 7.5. A bloody boat and sore arms will be saved for another day. That's my report!! Over and out....[up][down][up][down]
Venisoneatr, nice pictures, by the date on the pictures you were out there on Saturday. Eveyone out there took a beating. Since Thursday of last week the temperature has been constant every were you go out there high 70 all the way up to 86 by the monster Ledge. Week before that you found the warm water and the fish were there, now they are all over, very hard to find. Friday Saturday and today, every one came in with not a single nock down. Its like a hot tub.