My brother Jason and I joined Erik Haliday and 3 other guys for another run at the tuna. Cleared Rudee shortly before 5am and made good time. We dropped lines on the 200 in 40fa and put on a southeast troll. Hit 50fa and flatlines popped with a double header of gaffers. 2 mahi in the box and spread back in. Shortly after WHAM! 3 lines go zzzzzzzzzzzzz and we land 3 nice yellowfins. Bloodbath in the boat, set the spread back and spray down the cockpit and are getting close to the 100fa line. Radio to our buddy boat and give word of the bite. Out of nowhere 2 white fellows blitz in from the port side and take 2 flatlines for a quick ride before pulling off. Cussed a bit and rerigged then picked up a single yellowfin. Erik saw a bouy to our port side and trolled by and we snag a smaller mahi. Grab some chicken and a mnt dew and then pop,pop,pop,pop,pop 5 lines go down and we land 4 more tunas, center line broke on a new spreader bar. Get the tunas bled and on ice and troll for a bit then the right longrigger pops and we land a 65lb brute. Now it is about 10:30 and the boxes are almost full and we're all smiles. 11:00 3 lines go down and we're ready to land all 3 and head on in with 2 full boxes. Well, we got the gaff in 1 and the other 2 pulled off. Decide to start trolling back northwest in the direction of home and we didn't get bit. Once we passed the weather bouy at quarter after 1 we pulled lines and steamed back to Rudee in lake like conditions. Made the 65 mile ride and back at the dock at quarter to 4. Fished between 150 and 200 lines all day. The fish cleaner had the fish done before we even got the boat clean. Final talley 9-13 on yellowfin, 3-3 on mahi, 0-2 on whites. So nice not to have to clean a few hundred pounds of fish at the end of the day. It was an awesome day out there and Jason's and my 3rd weekend in a row tuna fishing. We figured we've caught roughly 1200 lbs of fish in the past 3 weeks!!! Fish hit witches, daisy chains, spreader bars, jetheads in all colors.