Hey everybody, went out fishing on Saturday morning. Left Heeia kea a little before 5:00am. The plan was to go out to Mokumanu and try and pull up some opelu as the sun rises and then take them out to LL to live bait. It was a nice calm ride out to Mokumanu but we couldn't bring up any opelu off the buoys there so we decided to change the plans and went over to U buoy to fish. On our first pass by U we hooked up with a 10lb mahi. We made some additional passes but did not get any more bites. From there we went to the 1000 but eventually decided to go back to U. As we trolled past U we saw the entire school of Mahi just hanging out about 10 feet below the surface. We trolled past them a couple of times with no luck, then approached the buoy and tried jigging, still no luck, then we cut the belly out of the mahi we caught and placed it on hooks near them but still no luck! After about two hours of trying to get them to bite we headed in but I gotta say it was no fun to leave a school of fish without taking a few more. I'm glad we caught the one but wanted to see if anyone has encountered this before and what is recommended to get them biting? I've had followers before that would not bite bait we threw in near them either. Sorry no picture of the mahi, and thanks for any thoughts on this.