Well it looks like we have moved out of the winter tuna fishing pattern (lumps) and into our springtime pattern. The winter was good but a little inconsistent compared to previous years. We ended up running in a lot of different directions to find the fish. This past Thursday, I decided to give up on the lumps and make a run out deep to some floaters. On our way out we came across some large grass patches that were worth checking out. We didn’t find any bait on them but marked a few fish so I put out some trolling baits and caught a 30 lb yellowfin right away. No more action there so we pushed on to a floater where we marked some fish but they were not very active. We caught one small yellowfin there on a live bait but I had a good feeling about our next spot so we moved on. Upon arrival, there was some topwater action so we started throwing poppers and caught two nice yellows pretty quick. After the action stopped, we put out the live baits and proceeded to catch a nice yellow (60-85lbs) on every bait we had. With 10 yellowfin tuna in the box we headed north. Made one quick stop for amberjack, but the bite was slow and we only caught 1 before heading to the dock for a fish cleaning party.