We put in a full day of looking off the beaten track and found plenty of yellowtail both offshore on kelps and in the late afternoon around the islands. Of course yellowtail were not on the agenda, as we had our fill yesterday, so we released the vast majority of what we hooked and focused our island efforts on catching a few kelp bass for a lunch tomorrow. Fantastic weather continues to grace our effort and is a much appreciated feature for the final phase of our voyage where northwest is the inevitable direction of travel to reach both the final day's offshore albacore zone as well as home on Sunday. Thus far our voyage has unfolded near according to plan so we will see if we can wrap it up with a productive final afternoon catching albacore for the R.S.W. tanks before calling it a trip at nightfall.