Aloha, I did a solo trip on True Lies yesterday morning and it started off kind of bumpy and a little drizzle was in the air to start the day. Before I got my second lure in the water I hooked a small mahi on the stinger so my spirits picked up right away. Shortly after I got the fish I got a call from my friend Kenny on Makana Lani and as we were chatting about where to go he got a bite while we were on the phone. A short time later he called back and mentioned his bite came on a nice sized floater. I was 5 or 6 miles south of him so I turned around and headed for his numbers. The floater turned out to be an upside down skiff that looks a lot like the ones seen in some of the news stories on Tsunami debris from Japan. Over the next several hours a dozen or more boats pulled mahi, shibis and ono off the boat. Eventually one of the charter guys jumped in the water and got it turned over and he hauled it back to Honokohau. I was lucky enough to get 2 more mahi, 3 ono, and 4 nice shibis off the floater. A couple of the guys had live opelu and they killed it. I attached a picture of the Makana Lani fish because my GoPro battery was dead and I did not get a good picture of my fish before they went to market. Pictures of the skiff also attached courtesy of my friend Gary Robb. Fun day on the water for sure.