Decided to tempt fate and try for one more tuna run for 2020 since we had a decent weather window Tuesday and saw the great reports from last week. We ended up being the only sport boat out of Westport but had great company as @MarkColeman was running his Cadillac the Integrity. The run out started rough as the tide was ebbing and the bar was loaded with sharp short swell, we cut the S. Jetty to get out of it but continued to get beat up till we got some distance from the bar. The water continued to improve the farther out we got and were able to run 24knts comfortably for most the run. We headed to 46.44/125 and stopped a few miles short to fish a bunch of jumping bait and continued to troll out. We heard the Integrity was marking fish and surrounded by working birds so we trolled their direction. Once in their neighborhood @bdrlgion saw jumpers that we trolled towards and hooked up on a quad, which we were able to boat 3 and then @Kettel O' Fish hooked his first jig fish. We thought it was going to be game on as we were marking fish underneath us but they were not interested in our weak herring offering. We went back on the troll and hooked another fish which ended up being our last fish of the year. The birds and bait disappeared over the next couple hours and we tried trolling North 5 miles and then ran West 10 miles but never saw any more action. The water was greasy calm and we kept hoping the afternoon bite was going to show up but at 5 we had to pull the gear and run in to beat darkness, incoming gale and ebbing bar. We ran into a bunch of whales halfway in and were treated to one that came clear out of the water twice. It was a great boat ride with a handful of fish.