so this guy who's a friend of a friend calls me up an says he wants to go fishing, unfortunately are schedules only allowed for wed march 30th. So I round up a crew guy, Lyndsey and call Bryan an tell him to meet us at the ramp at 0600. we got rollin bout 0645 out of the harbor an set up the lines. headed out PP buoy first with nobody home, worked the thousand for a while with no action. made a couple of calls to a friend who was bringing up the Mahi's changed the spread still no luck. so we begin to head in towards the 500 )gotta be back at the harbor at 1200 at the latest) water was a bit nicer on the 500 so we pick a line a start trolling. decided to change the music.....we started rockin some Journey, and then it happens. Lyndsey saw some birds looked like they were busy so we check it out.. make pass down the deep side and the in side the port rigger comes banging down and the 130st takes off screamin!!! we clear lines and get to fighting it Bryans on the reel cranking away I'm hand-lining and giving directions. Lyndseys getting the gaffs ready After a 45 min fight at the surface we get it to the rail, it makes one last run and commits "propacide". sink the gaffs and struggle to get it onboard( guess I gotta fix my swim step...) do the G&G, catch our breath and called it a day. don't really know how big it was 183.2 was just a number some at the harbor called. I did weight the quarters and the back straps were 62 pounds. caught it on a tsutomu blue bullet with a blue salmon skirts(ahi fever) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJja8D3jp6c&feature=player_detailpage#t=159s First one for me this year and on my boat.