My GF and I took a skiff out of Seaforth this past weekend to fish spotties. We had a pretty decent day fishing half day Fri and half day Sat. Got about 25 Friday and 20 on Sat fishing brown and yellow swimbaits. Now the real story.... On Friday, we moved over by the bridge and we had been getting some consistent bites. My GF hooks a fish and she is struggling with it and I realized she might have something more than a bay bass. After several minutes this dark shape starts to come up and I thought it was a large bat ray. Then I realize it's brown, not black. Slowly a huge halibut comes up. Now I know some will say this is a fish story but I am going to say this halibut was one of the biggest I have ever seen, I'm guessing somewhere around 4'. I know the water magnifies, so let's say it was at least 3 1/2'. Easily 20-25 plus pounds. She is fishing 10# test and I have no net, so I realize this is not going to be easy or maybe even doable. This beast slowly comes to the surface and then flips it's tail making a huge splash and dives down. She had a lot of pressure on the fish so it was a shock when a 10-11" Spottie comes shooting out of the water still on her line. Turns out this beast of a halibut had tried to swallow her SBB whole then spit the bass at the surface and took off. Needless to say, we were both stunned. First time I really wish I had a GoPro because, I hardly believed it happened!