As luck would have it we landed smack on top of the fish in the dark this morning and with the crack of dawn came steady action on albacore with a few bluefin mixed in. Once again it seems that good fortune simply waited until the final day to smile upon us as this was definitely one of those days where we could do nothing wrong. Following a mid day lull, we worked into a new zone that proved to be the exact location of the afternoon float and very good action on albacore. We finished up in the late afternoon and headed down to try our hand at a few bluefin and yellowfin before calling it a trip. This was the true test of our luck as none of the schools in this area have been willing to bite and it turned out that even on our best day we couldn't change their attitude either. Regardless, we had such a fantastic day of albacore fishing in weather conditions that turned to flat calm by mid morning that nothing could have a negative influence on our disposition. We cruised in easy at dark enjoying our final dinner in flat calm conditions with plans to return to the grounds the day after tomorrow with Captain Toussaint at the helm. Look for more good (but sparse) reports to follow as "Old Lucky" assumes command for the next two voyages.