Yellowfin tuna fishing continues to be a hit-or-miss proposition as the fish moved a lot. The most consistent action was close to shore between the Palmilla resort and the Inman Bank for boats that slow-trolled live bait or chummed with sardina. Catching two or three fish to 35 pounds was not unheard of but most of the fish were slightly smaller. Offshore, finding the white-bellied porpoise was key, as there were very few fish found that were not associated with them. If you were one of the first boats to the porpoise you had a decent chance of getting bit on fish to 70 pounds (most of them much smaller), if the porpoise held fish, and many did not. One of the largest groups of porpoise we have seen in a very long time showed up mid-week 30 miles to the south. There were porpoise to the horizon, and a mix of yellowfin with them, bigger fish in one spot, smaller fish in another.