Warm water at the 182 would be my guess.
Try halfway between the 181 and 182. 3 degree temp break.That would be a bad guess! The 182 was dry.
Today was big time void of tuna catching (did see some) for almost everyone fishing in US waters right up to the beginning of the 33 line. Further up North and past there were lots of Dorado seen on kelps, and a few (very few) tuna caught around the 181.
I'm sure there were a few more, but I only heard of 3 tuna caught today. The talk was definitely how few tuna were taken.
The unknown fisherman
No fish caught???? Maybe you should try inshore reports? You mean private boats? Where do you see no fish caught?
Hell Thunderbird had 123 Yellowfin and 1 ALBACORE today, others had 30-80 yellowfin too. I give?
The thing you must remember, a good body of tuna can move 50 miles or more overnight, and temps
change with currents.
Went out to tuna catching at nice temp break off tamarack, could see the steamer while bleeding tuna and dodo.Take a good look at tempbreak and their 1 day composite sst. There are several killer tempbreaks out there. Try one of those. I know it is harder than chasing party boats, but so much more satisfying to find your own fish.