Fished North of 1010 where everybody was. Very fishy area. A lot of boats were just doing long soaks. We didn't arrive the 1010 area and missed the early Albie bite that some got because we could only do 10 knots on the way down. My normal 2 am launch and doing 15 knots to arrive 1010 at grey light did not happen because it was rough heading down. We were getting bait in the harbor when the wind was at maybe 13 knots. I was actually considering call it off. Of yeah, that lovely bait. More than half of them rolled by the time we arrived to the area. We had a couple of blind strike on YF and BF early on and some decent yellows and dodos. Just when we had a blind strike at about noon, we were out of bait. We landed the 15#. BFs were mugging the dead bait that we chummed around the boat but would not eat chunk bait. Bummer! If we had live sardines to use for bait and chum, we probably would have stayed there a couple of hours. Ocean Oddyssey drove by and I called the captain to trade BF for bait but he didn't copy. Too bad because I would have invited them to the school also and they did not have BF in their count today. We ended up with 1 YF, 4 BF, 2 dodos and 2 YT. The condition died down and I was able to cruise back at 24 knots. We fished with Cory, tunaslam. Very nice gentleman and very good fisherman. He has 6500 posts. He helped with drivingthe boat both ways and helped clean the blood and filet the fish. It was nice fishing with him.