Put lines in about 6:15am just off the weather bouy. Trolled east and at 30 fathoms the planer rod with a pink drone goes off. Throw 1 motor in neutral and start jigging other baits, 1,2,3,4 more hook ups. All rods have line screaming off the reels. As we attempt to manage the mayhem the lines start going slack. Lose 1, then another, after a few more minutes lose another, then another. We hang onto the last one and get him in the box, estimated 90-100lb bluefin. I'm guessing the ones we lost were of similar size. One pulled the hook on the drone, the others cut the leader (80lb flouro). The bluefins hit naked, pink/white, blue white, purple/black. Three hours of nothing in mostly deeper water then around 12:30 back in 30 fathoms we hang a yellowfin off the short rigger with a mini green mahine bar with a green/yellow ilander, in the box 25lb. 45 minutes later the other short rigger with mini green machine spreader and blue/pink ilander goes off. Put a 40lb YFT in the box. Get a couple more knockdowns on the shorts but nothing comes tight. Hook a football YFT on the flat green mylure/ballyhoo. After a few seconds he pulls the hook. End our day at the bouy and head in glassy seas and bait everywhere. Water temps 71-75 degrees. All bites came in the cooler water.
Forgot to mention as we were putting our gear back out after the bluefin mayhem we hooked a lemon shark on the bird/green machine. Got him to the boat and carefully retrieved my gear. Fortunately for us he got hooked through the snout.