Team Di'hrd hit the water again on Saturday. The weatherman was calling for 3' every 9 seconds, so we prepared for a jigging overnighter leaving on Saturday morning and returning Sunday. Unfortunately by the time we hit the 30 mile point we were encountering 3-4 every 4 seconds. We are all sea worthy and made our way on out. The mission was for a 100lb.+ size AJ. We knew we would have to work through a bunch of smaller fish to get one, but we were prepared to earn it, even in the less than ideal conditions. We did catch a lot of AJ's both big and small, with a couple pushing the 70lb mark, but none over that. I'm a little tired and leaving out many details I'm sure. Hot jigs of the day were Pot Roast, Chupacabra, Michael the Dog and the Sand Flea. We also did a lot of testing on the new version of the WLB, the WLB-G. Everything was just right with those. Lots of bites. We decided that conditions weren't good enough to stay the night, but stopped on the way home with a theory about hog snapper. Pete swung for the fences and got one. Then we went through a big storm coming home and got to see a nice rainbow.