We made the run for SCI yesterday leaving at 1pm. It was much nicer than I expected with 2' seas, easy wind at 6 knots and we were able to run around 26 knots straight out. We did hit some rougher stuff around the 43, but it mellowed out once we got within 10 miles of Pyramid. We made our first stop on the kelp for steady action on the sheephead, whitefish, calicos and really big blue perch. We set up and drifted the beach for a nice grade halibut. We were able to make some squid, not alot, and set up for WSB. No go on the ghost, but we were all amazed at these flying fish that were busting away from sealions greyhounding on them under the lights. These were the biggest flying fish I have ever seen, cool stuff! Around 12 we pulled anchor and ran for shelter around White rock, it was drizzle and COLD wind that greeted us.....not fun. I froze my ass off with 2 jackets a hoody and slickers, in a word miserable! We stayed tough and fished all night but nothing happened. Brandon made some killer WSB tacos from some fish I brought, (bad luck??) from an earlier trip. It was so awesome just to hold something hot and homemade, all the guys woke up for the 2 am feeding, only to return to the warmth of the pilot house. We slowed trolled the east side for a nice grade of bonito, then up to China for some looking around. We drifted some good water and JD got bit, it had him doubled over and had the classic yt headed shake, but ended badly in the rocks.Another Halibut drift and the back to the honey hole for a few more of the usual suspects. We ended up with near limits of sheephead, whitefish, a few calicos and kelp bass and some assorted rockfish. We pulled out around 230 and were on the hunt for that magic paddy, not a single one the whole 60 mile run home. The guys went home loaded with quality fillets and agreat adventure to talk about at the next BBQ. Thanks for a great trip, looking forward to getting after the tna with you a little later when things heat up!