Pulled the Nauti Hooker to Venice finally after getting a complete rewire on her maiden voyage. Left Thursday morning with yellowfin on the brain. Ran down river in complete fog by radar and gps only after getting some good info on the dock from a buddy about several hazards that radar couldn't pick up. Could not see past the bow of the boat. Trolled a few rigs with nothing to show then headed a little further east. Got to the spot and started chunking porgies and Bonita and got our first hookup about 10 am. Bill fought this one for 40 min and put a nice 60 in the boat. Ten min later we hook another fish. After a hour fight we had a 110.5 yellowfin on the boat. Chunked till 4 with no more fish to talk about. Cutoff and break offs, couple kings and big hammerhead. Ran back to some state water and got a quick limit of snapper. Day 2 brought denser fog. Ran the same track and straight back to the yellowfin grounds. Within an hour we had a 111.5 on the boat. Caught a nice Aj,kings and some pretty fat mingos. Rain started and we hauled ass to catch some snapper. This time we put a seven man limit on the boat and hit the pass before dark. Heard the bite turned back on after the rain but I had a 5 hour pull back to Pcola. First triple digit fish for the Nauti Hooker and a hell of a good time. All fish caught on cut bait. Snappers on porgies heads and Bonita chuck. One of the navy guys on the boat dropped a filet knife off the bait table and it stabbed a hole through his big toe. Why I always wear shoes on the boat. Another great trip to Venice.