After seeing the wonderful report from the previous trip and having no work obligations for the period of time in which the next trip was set to go, I decided to jump on the Pacific Queen to pursue quality grade bluefin. I was very optimistic on the load the day before and in the morning of the departure date, until it started booking up to full capacity towards the end of the day, with the last two spots booked 20 minutes prior to departure (I guess that's expected with the awesome previous report). I was able to get down to the landing early and had no trouble finding a parking spot. I got on the boat, rigged up and tried very hard to catch sleep. I got up around 5:30ish to fish a glow-in-the-dark flatfall to no avail. As the day went on, we wound up having a plunker bite. A majority of the fish were in the 50 pound class and above, with one fish going 150 lbs. I wound up getting only a 15 lber for my efforts. I'm thankful to have been able to catch a bluefin in January, although I would really like to get out of this sub-50 lb tuna bracket as I have been fishing for tuna long enough and it would progress me in this sport if I caught the bigger models. I'd like to give a huge thanks to Captain Gavin and crew for putting us on the fish.