Late report...Headed out of Mission Bay at 4am with my buddy Austin on my Parker 2320, "A-Salt Weapon" Got a lively scoop of 4-6" sardines, and made some extra mini-macks & put them in the transom tank. Found 1 kelp holding some smaller Yellowtail and a couple Dorado on our way to the grounds. Picked up a couple Yellowtail on surface iron and live bait, and a Dorado but they got finicky quick. Kept motoring until we found the temp break and clean blue water, 71-72 degrees. Got to the grounds we planned on fishing and immediately spotted a large paddy way off our port side. Saw a walk-around pull up on the same paddy (the only other boat I could see in the area) so I hailed him on the radio and asked if we could slide in too. Skipper said, "No problem, there's fish here but they aren't wanting to bite"... I slid us in on the other side of the paddy and started chumming sardines. Instantly, we had a full on Yellowfin frenzy going off our swim step and double bendos. Kept the chum going and had them frenzying all over the boat. Unfortunately, I looked over and didn't see the other boat bent more than once or twice before they took off. We had full limits on-board by 10:30am with at least 15-20 more released. The YFT were chewing the paint off our poppers with not a single boat in sight. We literally drove away from a boiling school that stuck with the boat for over a mile-long drift off the initial paddy. Pointed the sled back to the barn and gave the numbers to a few guys close by who weren't having much luck. On our way home I decided to run over to the Islands and try to pick up a couple better model Yellows. Roped a couple and then cruised it back into Mission Bay at 28-30mph around 3pm. Dorado, Yellowtail, and full limits of Yellowfin -- Slay fest Short video edit below from the trip, check it out!