It's a good thing the yellowtail came through for us as the tuna showed zero interest in eating anything we had to offer today. Similar to yesterday there is no shortage of sign to fish for, but whether they are out on the fringes or directly under the boat the result is the same; hardly a reaction short of a few half hearted boils. Such is fishing. At the very least we take solace in the fact that when these fish decide it is time to bite, there will be plenty of good times at the island. Not that we didn't have our share of good times today. As reported we had a very good morning and afternoon shot on the big yellows especially in the morning when the average was thirty to forty five pounds! Suffice to say that our anglers caught as many as they wanted enjoying the challenge of wrenching burly yellows from the rocks while again basking in perfect weather. Now we resume the offshore search heading north to finish our voyage with what we hope will be a final day of albacore and yellowfin tuna action. The perfect working weather continues so time will tell.