The tuna just keep biting, but every day is different. Wed. (7/27), Michael Hibbard, Southbury, Conn., headed out to find grumpy seas pushed by a 20 knot south wind. It was almost two hours before the porpoise school could be located. Once found, it was only a few minutes before the distinctive thwack-thwack of the reel handle hitting Michaels thumb could be heard. From then till quitting time it was almost constant action for tuna and white bonito. Yesterday (7/29), Michael chose to try the beach and had almost perfect weather for the morning. While he added several new species to his list, we didnt see Bubba all day.