From there, it was a day of surfing the currents and temperature breaks, looking for signs of life that just wouldn’t show. The seas were low and the wind was just as weak, making for excellent search conditions. About lunchtime, the captain found a temperature break and saw a couple dorado soaring after flyingfish at the horizon. When we motored into the vicinity, we saw that the school made up at least 1,000 fish. Anglers eating lunch after first call came running to their fishing rods. The two cooks followed, helping the four other mates and captain gaff fish that were coming over the rails. As soon as a live bait hit the water it was attacked by 4 or 5 ‘phins. The fishing was so easy, but it was exciting to watch.