Well gang, hard to imagine jumping on 90ft Condor with only 12 in July But it happened! We rolled with Capt Rob, 2nd Vinny and Tad, Matt, Scott on deck. Buddy cooked awesome food in the galley all trip. After a load of hot small-medium dines it was off on a course appx. 165deg South to work 60-80 miles down. We started at 5:30 am, and stopped on a bunch of large to super sized paddies all empty! Later we found one with some decent yellowtail decked, then suddenly a Yellowfin came over the rail. Engines off and fish on the meter, let's work this awhile was the call. A guy on the bow with a Silver/Green 160 Flatfall got no less than 8 yellowin in row. I and many tried with other Flatfalls for nada. Too crazy. After 3 hours we had about 16 Yellowfin, 15 Yellowtail, and back on the troll. Long afternoon, a few dorado on a paddy, a couple bigger yellowtail. The real stunner was ZERO Jig Strikes for 13 hours. I took action, out with the cedar plug a 7:10pm. Spotting a big school of porpoise it was pedal down until we were surrounded then KAWHEEEEEEE the WOOD goes off, and while unclipping 2 more get bit for a 3 strike! One more on bait up to 20 Yellowfin, 20 Yellowtail and 4 dorado for a really hot fun day. SooHoo won the jackpot with a big fat yellowtal, and everyone fished hard for 14 hours for some fish. FULL MOON? Maybe, but it was deep overcast and windy when we woke up. A lot of these fish just stayed down 50-100 ft and wouldn't bite. Tackle=again the Silver Green 160 Flatfall was hot on the bow. I didn't get bit until I dropped to 20lb with Owner 1/0 flyliner. Got 1, a 2nd chewed off. I and others fished mostly 25-30 all day, with bigger yellows on some paddies. Some got easily also bit on 25-30, just a hit and miss deal for the day. We all tried the tackle store of YT iron and Trolling jigs with little results. FYI I recall someone got a yellowfin or dodo on a White/Red/Blue popper too. Soon a beaten bunch hit the hot shower room and inhaled a killer homemade Lasagne Dinner and Salad and hit the bunks for long siesta back to the barn. THANKS to Rob and the Whole Crew, and the great people I fished with all day, taking abuse, getting poached=Aaron, Dino,John,MIke, Leo,Tom, Chris, SooHoo,Tan,Greg, Aren, and crew Scott's 8th grade daughter Piper! See you all again soon...another fun time on Condor!! I got Ahi to get packed! PS Dino and his sidekick Greg were the best POACHERS of the trip, after a vote.