We headed out yesterday morning with Kilsong a crew in search of the tuna with really high hopes. The fishing has been really good for the last week or so but when we arrived to the spot it was a desert. Not exactly what I was expecting but thats OK. We kept moving around looking for some signs of life birds, whales something. We soon found a small group of birds sitting on the water just picking a little bit at the surface. We fired a shibuki in there and it was on. The anglers did an excellent job on the fish and we had a nice fat 63 incher on the deck and it was only 5:45! Thats the way I like to start the day off. We continued working around the same area with not much sign of tuna at all. We made a big move in the middle of the day which didn't pay off and by around noon we were right back where we started, blind casting catching bluefish and stripers. We were all starting to wonder what happened to the fish when I hear a grunt from the other side of the boat and I turn around to see Troy and JM powerspell doubled over with line smoking off the reel. This definately isn't a bluefish! Troy fought the fish for about half an hour and finally brought it boatside foul hooked. No wonder it was such a mean SOB. We released that fish and decided to call it a day. Congrats to the anglers on board for landing to stud tunas today.