If you know anything about bluefin tuna fishing off Cat Cay, it can’t blow hard enough — until it does. Flat calm is your worst enemy. It’s dicey handling big fish when it gets that rough. I remember it was breaking on the bar out in front of Cat Cay; our issue was how the hell we were going to get out. Then we made it out, and we were like, “Now what?” The bluefin were screaming down-sea, and we just said, “OK, let’s try to catch one of these things without getting hurt.” Understand that you’re in the tower for all of this. When it comes to bad weather, be careful what you wish for.