Following a heavenly night of grease calm conditions on the anchor, we picked up where yesterday left off with fantastic morning action on 15 - 35# yellowtail until we had our fill and moved into the shallows to target a few exotics and lunch fish. Between the spectacular scenery, the epic fishing, and a stellar group of anglers who thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of this fantastic phase of the voyage, we are feeling incredibly fortunate and satisfied. Now, the next big challenge is ahead with our final day offshore seeking to produce some form of tuna action. Presently, reports are very encouraging with the entire ocean transforming over the past two days and both albacore and bluefin tuna showing across a broad area. There has been a lot of looking, and a little bit of catching, but prospects are feeling very good for the upcoming days, weeks, and months ahead. It goes right back to the report from a couple of days back. The ability of the ocean to dramatically change, in short order, is what fuels our never ending optimism. With any luck our good fortune will continue in the form of a few albacore and tuna to finish on tomorrow.