Went fishing yesterday 8-7-13 at the pens off Ensenada. I'm tired. Left at 3:30 am flat seas in the morning took us only 2.5 hours to get there. Brought the bait bags for extra bait, and extra gas which was not needed. Drifted several pens and caught fish between them all. All on long soak, flyline 30# FC leader 2/0 circle hooks and large sardines. Went 5 for 5: one football, three 30-40# and one PB 50#. Wanted to celebrate, but I realized I accidently left my beer on the table in the garage Water was 67-68 degrees and undescribable purple-blue. Last fish was caught at noon. In the past I've just cut a gill, basic bleed and ice them down. This time I employed a more extensive on board fish processing technique than in the past. Saw it on an episode of Inside Sportfishing last week. Each fish was gilled and bled in a bucket (50# would not fit in the bucket) and rinsed until the rinse water ran clear. Then gutted (guts were warm) and stuffed with ice and into the holds with ice and a little salt water. Luckily, I brought extra ice and and extra styrofoam cooler without jinxing myself. Pulled out the old isenglass and headed up hill with a lean to the west to reduce the beating of 20 knot gusts and look for paddies. Trolled for nothing. 4-5 foot wind waves made it hard to find them. Stopped on three good sized ones about 20-10 miles SW of the islands-all dry. Same old, same old-I'm tired after another day of awesome fishing! What a great year!