Fished with Bill and crew aboard the Pacific Queen this weekend. One of my favorite boats, crew is great and Bill works hard finding the fish. Worked the same area as the New Lo-Ann the first day. Weather was shitty, turned down all the kelp. 8am, first jig strike goes off, triple on nice grade of albies, along with 3 fresh ones. all about 15-18lb fish(jackpot fish was caught in this first batch 16lb,16.5lbs, and 18lbs). A hour late, another jig strike produced a couple more. We picked off more albies till noon, but only on the troll, one or 2 at a time. We were not able to find any floating matter. We came across a log, similar to what fishingfool74 mentions in his report aboard the New Lo-An. We loaded up maybe 40 or 50 yellows, up to 10lbs with 3 drifts. The troll all afternoon produced nada... Slow, as the weather was going to hell. Winds was blowing about 18-20knots. Around 6, we picked up a lone bluefin on the mexican flag, about 25lbs. That ended the first day. Day two, fishing was even worse. First day, there was a lack of kelp. Second day, kelp was everywhere, but no one home at any of them. They were problalby all fresh off the bottem. total for the the second was a few stops of quality bonitos and 3 yellows, 2 off the troll ( better grade yellows though, up to 15lbs). All in all, it was a great trip. The crew was great and had an awesome fishing with some of the guys on the boat (there were the usualy handfull of idiots at the rail though) I will upload pictures of the fish tomorrow.