Heading east with a father and his two sons (12 & 14) from NY. the entire ride out I’m trying to figure out how this is going to work since out tuna can make most twenty year olds cry. The first two hours pass without a bite but sometime around 9 we have our first bite. Fifteen minutes later we put the first yellowfin in the box. Our next encounter is a 250+ mako that decides to eat my favorite tuna chain and a one of our meat baits too. About 30 minutes later two rods get slammed and we manage to put both fish in the box. As the clock strikes noon-thirty the crew decides they have plenty of tuna to take back to NY with them and I’m told to head for the barn. As we’re clearing the rods our shotgun rod takes off but the fish pulls off after about 15 seconds.