The main problem with the bluefin off Miami is that they are swimming fast to the south. Sometimes we see them in big packs and sometimes only single fish, but it’s nearly impossible to anticipate exactly when they will come through. Catching a bluefin tuna is an especially daunting task since we use mostly 20-pound-class tackle while kite-fishing. Sailfish are fast and feisty but anything over 20-pound-test is overkill. Like any charter captain, my goal is to keep our clients happy, and it just doesn’t make sense to fish with four 80-wides and hope for one bluefin bite.