A week of polar opposite weather and catches. Some days flat calm and some hateful rough. Some days the mahi and tuna were big and hungry, others days, finicky or smaller. Can’t complain too much, decent yellowfin fishing in late August is very welcomed. The mahi are showing stronger and stronger. The crew from the 4th found out just what happens when a monster mahi (58#) comes out of the blue and devours a bait that was pitched to a 10# fish. Nearly an hour later we put the 58 lb mahi ( largest of the year in OC) in the box. That crew also had two fish at 25#, one at 22#, one at 19# and a couple heavy lifters too.