Boat: O95 out of Ocean Side for a day and half. Left Saturday night with 29 scarred looking fishermen wanted nothing but BF or bust. Captain Rick was upbeat , gave us a real positive outlook to the day ahead . BF has been sited around the island and has been biting primarily squids. We got to the island about 3:30 am . Crew started the hard work of scooping squids few here and few there. They spent an hour and half and managed close to 70 or so. With the early gray bite chances, he found a school and game on. Minimum 50 lb and half ounce sliding sinker with a circular hook size 2-0 was the best set up . Jigs did not work at that time . Long soak demanded patience i had to learn. 3 hours , we landed 7 and lost just about the same. Bite died down and started to look for another school, in the distance to the west , there were jumpers all over the horizon . BF jumping out of the water and put on a show I will never forget . We tried to get close or entice them to bite , nope they were feasting on something much better I gues. Captain Rick had a radio tip to move west of the island about an hour and half boat ride. Sure enough , Toronado was there and another San Diego boat , few private boat . Fish were boiling on the Toronado, we passed them about a mile, found a school. Immediate biters. Then came the famous sundowner . Most fun I have had . Epic bites till dark. We ended up with 25 fish nothing less than 50 lb with one just about 100. At sundown , jigs were the ticket Glow in the dark 250 grams bit nicely . First time on the O95 but will be on it for years to come . Short drive from LA, free parking , really nice boat and certainly great captain and crew.