Tuna season never ends off Venice, Louisiana, so Capt. Kevin Beach stays busy all year. To find tuna, he first looks at the satellite temperature shot. "I look for 68 degree water. That's their happy place," Beach says. When he stumbles across a grass line or trap float, he uses a sabiki rig to load up on mackerel and speedos. "I have a different style and size sabiki for different types of bait," Beach says. "I call it sabiki fruitcake." When Beach hooks one tuna, he casts another livey clear of the hooked fish and into the nearby school. "That's how we turn a single into a double or triple hookup," he says. Tuna come in many sizes off Venice, and Beach believes hook choice is critical. "You can get away with a 7/0 Mustad 39950BLN circle hook on most baits," he says, "but in the summer, we use smaller mackerel and speedos for bait, so I switch to a Mustad R10827NP 3/0 hook with a ringed eye."