Just came back from a 1.5 day on the Toronado at the Tanner bank. Awesome trip catching mostly 100lb class bluefin. 20 fish for the boat. Got a PB at just over 100. The crew of the Toronado worked tirelessly into the night helping out where ever there was an issue. We all pitched in $10 to buy squid at the isthmus from a squid boat (Ultra) since there was no squid on the boat. Always awesome to check out floating squid under the lights. We also loaded up squid for the Oceanside 95 since they had no squid either. Met them out at the Tanner and filled up a big floating net full of squid and passed it over to them. There were only 6 total boats out there probably due to the weather forecast. The weather was absolutely perfect for most of the morning and the afternoon. Suckers! You should have gone. Wind came up at 4 and stayed at 10 knots with a little chop for the rest of the day. The day ended at 12:45am! Captain stayed extra innings for another 10 big bluefin late into the night. The other boats (Oside95, Tribute, Fortune, commercial guy on the Pride, and a little 24" private boater -massive cojones being out there in such a small boat) stayed out til late as well. I heard that the Tribute got limits. 50 and 60 floro top shot, 1-3oz glow slider weights and glow flatfall were the ticket. I was fishing a Shimano TN30 with 65 spectra with 50 floro. Almost got spooled at one time. My first fish did spool me. I tightened down the drag on that one and broke him off at the hook at about 10 wraps left on the reel. Bigger line capacity is much needed. These fish are brutal! It took me around 45 minutes to land mine. I haven't fished this grade of fish ever. Beasts! The younger bucks who knew how to muscle these fish kicked Bluefin butt in 10 to 25 minutes. I'm old school when it comes to fishing. Bringing 2 of my Senator 6/0 reels loaded with 60 looked way out of place next to all this new technology. Sure glad I had the TN30. The new stuff these days makes me think of comparing vinyl records to digital Bluetooth. Time to upgrade to some new stuff. Great experience for me out there to see this type of fishing. Go get 'em!