Headed out from MDR at 5:30am - grabbed a scoop of suicidal dines at bait dock (mostly dead by 8:30, more scales than fish). Saw what I think was a baby white shark on the way out to island. Tried to get some footage of it as it was making passes under the boat but only got some crappy video which I can’t figure out how to upload from my phone here so a pic will suffice. Upon arrival, we started on west end looking to work our way around the back side of island. Flylined sardines and were casting surface irons and waxwings. Not a single taker. Water ranged from green to opaque blue to pretty clear blue around different parts of the island. At about 7:30am we realized we had left our food in the car back at the marina so we headed to Avalon and changed the plan up for the day. Got some grub in the cooler and started again at east end. We hooked up with carnage for a scoop of squid as our dines were all but useless except for chum at this point (glad the prices went up 50% for them too). We got into a few bass mostly drifting with weighted squid. Still casting irons and waxwings with no luck. Once around backside we trolled Rapalas for a bit and then fished the edges of some of the various kelp patches. I hooked into what must have been a very nice yellow as it was on my conventional setup with 65lb braid and drag set pretty stiff. Nevertheless, it was peelin line off. Unfortunately, the last trip out I didn’t have a proper stretch of mono for a leader on that pole and had put some 25lb crappy mono on. Needless to say, that was the end of that. Bummer too, woulda like to have seen that guy. From there we headed a little further out looking for structure and found a few fish. Caught a lingcod and sculpin on irons off the bottom. Started back to MDR from west end around 6pm and made it in 50 min - best time yet Trying again this Thursday/fri and will report back if poseiden sees fit to ever let me get a damn YT in the boat again. Best of luck to you all! Was a BEAUTIFUL day and the scene at the island was unbelievable amazing.