Got lots to do; so this is just a brief note to let you know we got into some tuna at the Noble Clyde Boudreaux. I picked up 2 YFT's (a 94# and an 85#) before 8:30pm (early for YFT's in my experience) casting a blue-pink-whiteYozuri Surface Bull GT (welded rings, 4/0 4X Owner Stinger treble hooks) on a Seeker CJBF 70H rod and an Accurate 665 2-spd loaded w/60# spectra and a short topshot of 60# mono. 2 YFT's broke the YoZuri in the usual place (the bottleneck); but, the thru wire held and no hooks opened up. The 665 cast really well, and the drag held tight. I saw a number of other YFT's in the same wt range; boat total was 33 YFT (for 13 anglers) and 1 nice bull dorado for Rusty C. A few YFT's on chunks; several YFT's broke off; but, I don't know the details. Most YFT's came on topwater baits as opposed to jigs or drifted chunks or other natural baits. Lots of BFT's on jigs. Had to leave early b/c boxes were full and/or threatening weather change could have made the trip back very long and tough. Even staying as long as we did (until Sat morning), we saw rising wind and seas which made chunking more like chunk surfing. You other guys chime in with your details . . . (I know most of you are still driving home or recovering from your drives).