Twelve of us fished the Lump on the Caribean Sea Capt. Tomeny out of Fourchon. Left the dock at 10 pm on Friday 1/26. Got to the Rig closest to the Lump 5 hrs later. Nothing but small sharks, a few Bliners and trash fish. Arrived on the lump a couple of hours later took over 1 hour to set the anchor. More sharks and trash fish. Two very small YF and 1 small BF Tuna. Two of us had tackle for Tuna. Tried jigs and chunking with Boneta chunks, nothing was working. The rest of the folks used the boats tackle, which was in very sad shape and not really usful for fishing Tuna. 5 or 6 big fish were broke off and lost some of it due to the poor tackle. Since there was no Tuna being caught the deck hands did some fishing and intermittantly chuming. There was no consistancy in the chumming so we didn't get any fish coming to the boat. Massive tangles since the deck hands were putting out lines and sticking the rods in the rod holders on the fish box. The boat repositioned once and more trouble setting the anchor. Nothing but sharks and trash fish on that position as well. There was only two rod holders on the back of the boat so you couldn't put you rod in one and strip line off to let the chunk float with the chum. The deck hands had one tied up trying to catch fish. We left the Lump at 1 pm Sat and got back to the dock about 6 pm. Rough ride back. Looked like a line squal came thru. The boat had bunks and a shower but no fresh water to use the shower or sink to clean up a little. Water was running on the floor of the bunk room so couldn't set anything there. The engine noise was intense in the bunk room. The boat was rolling so much going back, it was difficult to stay in the bunk and sleep. The boat wasn't handeling the following sea very well going back. It looked like it wanted to broach. The lid flew off the box the few fish that were caught were in and the box was sliding around the rear deck. Since it must have many hundreds of lbs of weight in it with all that ice, I expected it to knock a hole in the side of the boat. I had left a rod in the rod holder on the box and expected it to be crushed but some junk on the deck prevented the box from crushing the rods and reels. I had gone on this trip to see if I wanted to charter this boat for a two day trip but I think not now. I have been fishing with Reel Peace captains out of Venice many times and done very well each time. Also fished on the Doubleups out of Cocadre and done well with them.