Left Dana landing around 6am with a heading towards the 182. And ended up closer to the 43 toward the end of the day. Grease calm weather all day. Couldn’t ask for better weather. Lots of sport boats in the general area of 182. Didn’t take more than ten minutes for us to locate our first bird school. And our second, third and so fourth. We must have rolled up on 40-50 schools of bft through the day. Wish I was exaggerating considering we couldn’t get a sniff. We skipped bait and maybe that was the nail in the coffin for us , not sure. We tried surface iron, poppers, colt snipers, flatfalls, the whole Arsenal. With jigs literally bouncing off the tunas head and them not even taking a look at it. Most action we had all day was one big ass fish roll on my buddies halco haymaker popper but miss the hooks. We saw two real foamers for the day and I cannot wrap my head around not getting bit on those. School size fish working bait balls with triple digit fish circling around moving some serious water up top. Kite fishing would have been a real challenge due to lack of wind. If you head out soon, I recommend bringing some smaller colt sniper type jigs as the fish we’re feeding on very small bait. Wish I would have taken some video, Nat geo shit almost the whole day. Never seen more tuna in my life. They’re out there boys. Go get em! Let me know what works for you if you can get a damn fish to take a jig.