If you want to do well in the Pacific, fishing against some of the best dead-bait teams in the world that concentrate on multiple fish is critical for success. Tyler Andresen has captained Jaruco, a 68-foot Weaver, for four years, and they have consistently been one of the teams to beat in the highly competitive Los Sueños Signature Triple Crown. "I grew up in the Northeast, fishing out of Martha's Vineyard and Cape Cod," he says. "When we were tuna fishing, we would keep going in a straight line after we got a bite to try and hook a few more, but we really didn't start turning on fish until we came to the Pacific." He learned this cardinal rule quickly: If you want multiple bites, you have to keep the baits in the water as long as possible, and that means turning the boat after the first bite.