Left Thursday night the captain Adam and the great New LoAnn crew. Being a overnight there was limited options but everyone was happy fishing the bluefin grounds at about 50 miles. Got to the grounds at about 3:30 and started fishing deep with flat falls and sinker rigs, moved a couple of times and one flat fall fish came at the gray. After that we started moving looking for the bluefin schools and it wasn’t long and we found them. Crew put up the kite with frozen flying fish and within 10-15 minutes we were hooked with first bluefin, another flying fish was rigged and my number was called, again in 10-15 minutes I was on and end up with a 130lb bluefin. Captain Adam on my shoulder making sure I made no mistakes and with two gaffs I had my first triple digit fish. Moved multiple times during the day with the crew finding the schools with multiple hookups on the kite. A small yellowtail came on a big kelp patty stop and I missed one being rusty and impatient. A lone yellowfin came on a stop while kiting for bluefin. Two bait fish were caught by a single fisherman, both were impressive catches. one was about 60-70lb long soak flylined on a Trinidad and a easy 100+ on a sinker rig with a Mac. I have fished the New LoAnn many times and whether I caught fish or not I have never been been disappointed whether it is Marcus or Adam they both fish hard. This is a first class operation and I hate to advertise this because it is sometimes impossible to get a spot but they deserve the accolades. Food was great and deck crew are friendly, work hard to keep your catch fresh, and they never stop working to help you catch fish.