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Usually stop for livebait, then depending on the water temperature and conditions we either motor out to just inside the continental shelf or troll out from JB.

Here we are going for the jackpot and may
troll or cube and depending on water temp. and time of year we could hook up on marlin, yellowfin tuna, albacore, dolphin fish (mahi mahi) blue fin tuna or any species of shark, oceanic white tip to mako.

The adrenaline rush of a marlin tail walking over the surface of the sea, lit up neon blue must be experienced to be believed.
Tuna hit hard and run long and deep, even at the side of the boat they don't give up.

Fighting a good tuna is like hanging on to the back of a truck and hoping it runs out of fuel (they don't).
Mako (blue pointer), an incredibly handsome fish, are as acrobatic as marlin and evil (if mako where human they would be in a straight jacket from birth).
Absolutely mental with a set of teeth to match and excellent eating fish.

Tag and release or capture:
All fish caught may be kept or tagged and released

Yellow fin and Albacore.
Mako shark took a bite.

This is why you don't stick your hands over the side of the boat
While fishing.   Nice set of pearly whites on this Mako shark !.