No fish. BIG F'N SKUNK. Started at the 43 with LOTS of porpoise, paddies and BAIT. No marks on the meter. Water at the 43 was 64.5, very clean blue. Cold water at the 182 was 63.1. Paddies were choked with bait. We went 10 miles north of the 43, for more of the same crap. After trolling, baiting and waiting we decided to head south and try to get out of the bait. Bait is everywhere and there is lots of it! There were bait balls everywhere we went all the way from the 43 to the 425. We tried trolling bait-o-matics through a few balls for nothing. Headed to the San Salvador Knoll. The water got colder the closer we got to the knoll. I decided to head in to find warmer water. 230 was warmer but there was still bait and no padies. On the way to the 371 there few paddies with no bait, no meter marks and no fish, bait balls everywhere. Headed towards the 425 and below, bait balls everywhere. I just got so sick of seeing giant bait masses and I decided to head for the islands, last ditch effort. Water at the islands was 61.1 and green. There was 1 other boat at the islands. I'm not saying people cant catch fish. They just cant catch it where I went. There was a boat that sat with the sporties, overnight. He said they went north early in the morning? One other boat said a friend caught yellowfin between the 181 and the 209 yesterday? I heard of 1 marlin caught at the 43 at greylight. Noone fessed up if they did catch fish. Season over???????