Went out on the Pacific Queen, fished Wednesday, behind SCI. 6 am, skipper metered a school of tuna, couple of scoops, and we started hooking them on a plunker bite. This school had fish from 25 to 60 lbs. Bait not very good, but if you took the time/effort to find the right croid, would pretty much get bit every time. I hooked and landed 2 from this school, both over 50. School stayed with the boat for a couple of hours, I think we took 15 or so of the bigger models from this stop. Later in the morning, we anchored up closer to the island and got into solid 10-25lb yellowtail, plus smaller grade bluefin, 12-25lb size. What works for the bluefin: I was fishing 25# fluoro (pink Seaguar) with a Size 1/0 Owner Gorilla light J hook. Couple folks got bit on 30 and 40 but I was able to get bit instantly with the lighter outfit. I'm using over 120 yards of mono top shot over braid, and then connecting 4 feet of fluoro leader. During the passenger meeting, they called it out that most guys were getting more bites for some reason with this setup. You also get more stretch, play with the mono and helps from tearing a hole, pulling the hook. (IMHO, plus others who limited on the boat as well). So it also means you can fish a pretty tight drag without breaking your line or full stress testing your knots, which you'll want to do as these fish will rejuvenate if you don't keep enough pressure to break their will. Nose hook the dine. All fish caught zzon bait. We tried flatfalls, etc, but no success. Yellows ate bait. Nice volume of fish, great weather. Good luck out there.