Got on-board the Freedom out of 22nd St. Landing Thursday night with my son in law and 25 other hopefuls. After a long ride ovenight I got out of my bunk about 6AM and had coffee and breakfast. Around 7AM the boat dropped anchor on the high spot on the Tanner bank. The weather was sweat shirt and quickly warmed up to shirt sleeve even with the marine layer hanging overhead, but even that had a few gaps in it and it went away before 10AM. Almost from the first line in the water The fish were willing biters. I hooked up with a small bony right away and shortly after hooked up a much larger Bonita. A little later I hooked up something that straightened my #2 hook and came unbuttoned. A little later I hooked up again with a really good fish that drug me into the rocks and cut me off. After that even though the bite continued steady for the next 4 hours I couldn't buy a bite. don't know what happened but they were just not interested in my 30lb blue P-line. Now my son in law was getting bit on the green 30lb P-line for a while and did get his first tuna ever and a second on to boot along with a good sized Bonita, before they quit biting him also. Seems Like the fish were only interested in clear line after the sun came out. Any way there were many more Blue fin caught by others and some big yellow tail around 35Lbs. and the bite was steady until we had to pull anchor and head back around noon. The blues were mostly in the 20lb range.