The Catalina yellows bit on 5/13 and 5/14. Seems like a trend so I decided to go fish on the 15th. The Pursuit has been the boat getting all the big scores. I checked the online reservation Monday night and only 12 people had reserved. Awesome. I figured if 30 people show up it'll be good. Got to the landing at 5:45 and learned that 46 people were already on board and that they fish by designated numbers. Man that's alot of people. Decided to pass. Got back in the car to drive home. Got a few blocks then decided to turn around to jump on the Native Sun at 7am. We left dock with 17 guys. Bait were chovies, sluggish sardines, and baby squid. The ride over was bumpy. The wind started blowing before we got to the island. Definitely earlier than forecast. We started off at the West End where the yellows bit the day before for the Pursuit. Water was a dirty green. Capt Aaron said the water turned over from the wind blowing all night. We made the move around the front side and fished the kelp line down to Bird Rock where we ended the day. It was slow fishing. The only thing eager to bite were the ever present perch. A few calicos and sheepies also made their way on board. The yellows showed briefly in the chum but did not want to play. Posting this for all you guys that have been thinking about the Cat bite. Attached is the video I took so you can check out the conditions. Native Sun is a nice boat with a good crew. Aaron, Anthony, and David did a great job taking care of the passengers. Wish the fishing was better. Oh well. Next time! Forgot to add: We were boarded by DFW checking for licenses. This was the first time I've ever seen it happened on a sportsboat at Catalina. The officers were polite and made the process quick so we could get back to our slow fishing day.