With big schools of migrating yellowfin and blackfin tuna moving up and down the coast of Florida blowing up on flying fish and ballyhoo, and flat calm seas, making the 60-120 mile run to catch these torpedoes is deffinntly worth it. Clients enjoyed screaming drags, quadruple hookups and high paced action, as the Nancy Jane and her crew hunted down these tuna fish. Tracking densely packed flocks of birds on the radar, the angler can narrow down where to fish for these tuna as the birds follow these packs of fish up and down the coast. Fish up to 110 pounds are being landed with others averaging in the 50s and 70s. If neccessary, we will run down to the Bahamas to find these schools of tuna.