Ran east today in some pretty sporty conditions with a crew of doctors from VA. Arrived at large hill and threw out the spread. First bite takes about 30 minutes and turns out to be a false albacore (aka turkey). The next bite takes about 60 minutes after arriving at yet another large offshore hill. We spend the next two hours in constant battle with some super size turkeys. The guys arms need a brake so we troll west looking for something else. Somewhere around 30 mile from the inlet we get a bite out of no where. Sure that we have another turkey on the line I’m shocked when Dave make a run for the gaff and pulls a small yellowfin in the boat. Put the boat back in gear and a couple hundred yards later the spreader bar gets slammed and it another yellowfin. Unfortunately the fish makes a crazy move close to the boat and the hook pulls. Continued working that area as long as possible and add one more yellowfin (out of two bites) to the box.