Short story. Took my 6 and 9 year old sons fishing. Caught 2 YFT & Limits of YT. The Tale They each landed their first yellowfin and yellowtail today. Got 2 YFT on the troll. One in US waters on Dolphin and the other in Mexican waters west of the lower 9. One on a cedar plug the other on a Xrap greenback. We also limited on YT on dines off of one kelp. This morning they had no idea I had planned to take them fishing. I woke them at 630 and told them today we are going catching so lets roll. Amazingly there were both takers and we were out the door by 715. We made a pit stop to pick up a new plug for my boat since the last jackhole I took fishing decided to take it home with him. Good help is hard to find. Anyway we stopped and loaded up some decent looking sardines and left the bay at 8am. The radio was buzzing with great reports of jig strikes and bait fish so when I saw a small pod of dolphin north of the islands in US waters I slowed and put the trollers out. Five minutes later.....HOOK UP! They had to take turns fighting the fish and worked great together getting it in. One would steady the rod and the other would guide the line on the reel. I only helped clear the prop and gaff the fish. With the skunk off and the stoke on we headed southwest towards a small fleet that amassed around the San Diego. I really hate crowds, especially with kids on board, so we passed right by that area continuing into open uncrowded waters. Around 10am I spotted a nice little kelp and trolleed by...zzzzzzzzzz hook up! The cedar plug gets inhaled by a nice 15lb yellow and when we slid up on the kelp the kids could see Yellows swimming everywhere. For the next 1.5 hours every bait that hit the water was immediately inhaled. I would cast the bait out, put the clicker on, and they would do the rest. As soon as the clicker started screaming they put the reel in gear, set the hook, and started hooting! It truly was chaos for a while. Semi organized chaos that the two of them will be dreaming about all night. Fortunately the yellows were the smaller grade. Just big enough to give my boys all they could handle. So by noon we had 17 fish on board and were heading for home. We had to leave them biting. My oldest didn't like that, so I explained that limits meant we could only catch 15 yellows. We then heard a boater call out he reached his limit of 20 yft west of us. My son wanted to know why they could keep 20, but we could only catch 15. 5 per person is how the limit is established I explained. His reply, we need to bring more people next time!!! Turned out to be an incredible day out there. Go get some!