Left Oside at 5AM with a mixed bag of dines and pinhead chovies. Made the direct shot to the 181 and found more tuna than we have ever seen. Boils all around the boat, however, could not get any of them to go. Tried bait, weights, irons, trolling, everything. Chased a few other schools of what seemed like extremely aggressive fish with no luck. Ended up with one dodo in the morning, but no Tuna. At one point there were 10-12 boats in a quarter mile area with boiling tuna everywhere and not one bent rod. Decided to leave the area in search of better luck. Started making our way towards the 209 and came up on some birds and crashing tuna about halfway between the 181 and 209. Almost didn't stop based on the prior events but decided to give it a go. First bait that hit the water was instantly hit, next 45 minutes was completely wide open with good class fish. Unfortunately, had some live well issues on the way over so most of the bait was dead. Last fish was on a floating dead chovie 10' off the back. Tried irons and trolling when we ran out of bait but couldn't make it happen. So, did the right thing and punched out some numbers, then left them wide open. They're out there, just have to find the right school.