A picture perfect day of long range fishing with almost nonstop action on twenty to thirty pound yellowtail from just after daylight to 6:00 p.m. The pace of action could not have been more ideal as anglers had to put their time in at the rail to get a bite, but if they did, they caught as many of the big yellows as they pleased. So with that now checked off the list, we are back to the offshore grounds where the search for albacore and bluefin tuna will resume in earnest. We do have some encouraging information to work on, but until we see for ourselves, we'll keep our enthusiasm reigned in. With decent working weather in the forecast, we will definitely know more, and report accordingly, tomorrow.