Well, things didn't make a 180 degree turn today. It was more like a 90 degree turn. Things definitely were on the up. The tuna were much more active up top chasing around flying fish. The tuna were mostly a smaller grade than what we were looking for but there were a few dabs of cows blowing out here and there. The catching was a little better today as well. If you tried at it hard enough, you could catch a few. And we definitely tried today. We fished hard. No cows though. Our biggest tuna was 160 pounds. We still had a lack of conditions. A little more wind today at times along with some rain squalls. And it cooled down a lot with the help of the cloud cover we had blocking out some of the suns evil rays.
Tommy saw on our weather program this afternoon a low pressure system forming not too far away from us. They were calling for a 20 percent chance of something forming there in the next 2 days as it traveled toward us rather quickly. We very well could've been perfectly fine where we were but there wasn't and never really is any reason to take that chance so we're moving up.
We'll be arriving to our destination after lunch tomorrow. We did get 1 cow while we were there. Hopefully the sharks keep off us a little bit.
Drew and crew