I got back on thursday morning off SOA 13 day that turned out to be a 7 day because of weather. We fished Guadalupe for 4 days of pick yellowfin tuna up to around 150# and the captain informed us that we were calling it and headed towards Colonet for a 1/2 day of yellowtail fishing. Leaving the Lupe after a jalapeno bacon cheese burger lunch most of us were hunkered down for the ride and 45 min later the throttles are pulled back! I get my sandles on and go up and Danny the cook is pointing to tuna blowing out of the water next to the boat! Mike the captain Yells Get a line in the water! Its wide open,every bait that hits the water had 90# bigeye boiling on it. There's a few already going and people are showing up from sleep,reading WFO for about 20 min. We ended up getting 17 of these Beautyful 60-90# longfin Bigeye's onboard,total chaos with tangles,gaffing,fish on deck,yelling=Awesome! The fish hung with use for another 30 min or so but never had a re-bite. Mike is always on the hunt and said he noticed a Hard temp break of .7 deg which doesen't seem like much to me but he checked it out and found this Ball of what he thought were about 50 fish. I think every one that was on deck had a fish on at the same time! I never took a pic but I know a couple guys did and will try and get a couple posted. We ended up going back to Island for another night and morning for a couple more fish then trying to find them the next day,no show. Finished at Colonet for some YT. The Lupe was slow but we ended up with over 50 YFT with only 1 the was 1/2 eaten by GW shark,Pete hooked it on a PL-68. I fished mostly 60# pink flouro about 6' but I did see a guy,Dennis,get spooled on 80# on a long soak and he knows how tho fish! He had 3 the first eve we got there. I haven't seen Bigeye since I fished on the Indian over 20 years ago, talk about pulling a Rabbit out of your Hat!