Well this will be an honest review which mean good n bad will be post. This is a 1 3/4 trip so we start on Friday morning at 11am. Drive all day and get to the bluefin ground around 7pm for our first stop. We caught about 4 lost 4 it was windy and April weather is not August so it's cold make sure u bring warm clothes. Every fish was on sardine. 40# 1 or 1/0 hook is the best set up. Make sure tie a long fluoro at least 10ft or more to get more bite. About 830pm it was dark and some try flat fall with no luck. Next morning sat we were up around 530am and start searching for tuna school around 6am we hit a jackpot and we stay there until 5pm. Tuna was jumping like dolphins around the boat lol the bite was consistently 5 hook up all the time. 40# test 1 hook and u have to fight a 60# bluefin is no joke. Average 30min fight for pro 45min for good , amateur no chance to bring it up by yourself need a deck hand to land the fish. We caught like 50 but we lost like 50 from pull hook to line break to miss gaft to line tangle. There is one hung ho enough to throw down a 30# line and took him 3hrs 10 min to land a 60lb bluefin lol lucky for him we park all day so no one care. But the bluefin is very weird if u go up on line then you don't get bit some how they only bite 40 or below and small hook like 1. The kite was a successful within 5 min bam hook up. Fish is pretty good size average 60 or more only 2 30# 1 hit 100lb. Ok now good n bad about the boat. Good Nice and clean boat just remodel recently Energetic crew young and enthusiastic Captain Hunter although he is young but handle himself very well always a smile on his face. Running up and down helping like a deck hand. A/C sleeping area very comfortable Decent load 22 Food is above average Bad Rail is very slim if someone fishing rail then hard to pass especially big tuna will pull u up n down at least 4 time. Tackle box area small and not open so u can put your rod in the rod holders of your tackle box unless u put your box on the floor. Not enough rod holders some don't have place to put rod No bottle water ticket price was food inclusive but u need to pay 20$ for 2 days soda, coffee and water And NO BOTTLE WATER lol. No sliding window in the galley so when cooking time it's hard to breathe if u stay in the galley. And I never go on a boat that before we park the boat there is an announcement to tell you how much to tip they recommend tipping 15 to 20 percent and keep repeating lol. It make it an awkward situation. Anyway we have a good trip fish are biting so no complain. If you go out 40# 2 speed size 1 hook and tie a long fluoro get a good bait cast in the water and hang on for your life a 70lb bluefin on 40# line is no joke.