During the day I hooked a second brown shark that ate a jig reeled up from the bottom, a rare occurrence. A brown over 100 pounds is a handful on a Trevala jigging stick and 50-pound braid. They run like a mako, albeit without the aerial display, but when they turn against you resting it’s a ton of work to pump them back to the boat on the light rod. Still fun, just different. We managed to catch eight bluefin to 46 inches, tagging and releasing all but one that came back and was split up between the four of us for tasty treats. There were some bigger tuna in the area: A nearby boat jigged a double header of 60-inch fish, or so the radio report stated.