Fished on the Mission Belle on 9/13 for some fun limits. The zone moved up 12 miles to about 34 miles from the point till we found a meatball. By meatball I mean 180 degrees of meat on the side scan at 300 feet. The moment we put chum in the water it fking erupted. I was fishing 25lb IGFA line which is like 22.5lb for some metric reason I believe, and Owner 1/0 light wire Gorilla flyline hooks. For once these hooks are perfect for the size of the bait, you don’t need circles, long shanks or any of that crap. 5 baits got me 5 Yellowfin in maybe 10 minutes. After that some bluefin rolled through, 3 baits and 50 minutes later I had two bluefin over 40lbs. Honestly all you need is a 20lb or 25lb set up. I was fishing a SS 90F with a Fathom 25n with straight 30lb mono to 40lb mono to a little over a casting length of 22.5lb. Why the different mono? I was to lazy to take off line. That’s how simple this fishing is. I did get a fish in the popper. One screwy Yellowfin that I caught in between when the Yellowfin were chewing hard and when The bluefin rolled through. Coltsnipers were getting them in the skip and when dropped deep. Nuking a diamond jig prolly would have killed it. The trick was 20-25lb mono. Screw braid, screw flouro. The braid is just going to get in the way and is more prone to tangles, it’s not going to help your bait swim better. More likely to saw off someone else then to catch a fish. Same with flouro, there is just no need for it. If you have you’re drags set correctly (if you don’t know just ask a deckhand) you can kill these fish in under 2 minutes all day. As of 9/14, it’s the same thing, fish are just not as balled up as hard. More scattered fish. They may come back together who knows. All I know is that most of this stuff is straight sonar schools. A couple paddies are holding yellowtail but who knows how much fish are still on it. No dope on what paddies are holding fish.