Have not fished for over a month as work has been as busy as it gets for me. A short Spring weather window opened up, big BFT moving within 40 miles or possibly closer, I'm in! Left shelter at 4AM, with anchovie sized sardines. Cool, cloudy and lake like conditions. Went to the rockpile, a few birds are up. Looked for the YT to pop, but not yet. Fished squid for some rockies. Headed SW to 101, where SVUE caught his. Very quiet, no birds up. Went further West, to the North of the upper hidden. Quiet. Headed to the finger at noon for YT, the 3/4 boats were there, birds were up, but slow fishing. Headed North back to the rockpile, and birds are working. Picked up a 15 lb YT trolling over one of the high spots with a x-rap. We continued working the bird schools just South of the Coronados. One school is the biggest YT school I have ever seen, 200 x 100 feet across. I gently get up current and shut down. The school envelopes me, up on the bow I look down and see huge yt chase my mint surface Iron, but no bites on bait either. I bought a Torium HG 16 for Mother's day, filed with 65 braid silk and it worked great, slinging an iron a country mile! Just West of the South Island, big boils of BF, but no biters for me. Super tired as the anticipation only let me sleep for an hour the night before, and I headed in pretty early around 3 PM. At the ramp I did hear one guy caught his first tuna, a 59 lber! Seems like they are moving North to the 9 this week! I would go fish that area in the afternoon, if I were you.