They were fishing on Sails Pitch, our 28-foot Carolina Classic we operate as part of the Blue Bayou Lodge fleet. The bite had been good prior to their arrival; we were seeing up to 50 sails a day in the spread, but things slowed down a little once they started fishing. Since these guys were still learning the bait-and-switch and were getting limited shots at sails, the mates decided to leave a rigger bait in the fly-fishing pattern to catch a mahi for lunch, or maybe a lazy sail that wasn't playing the fly game on the teasers. A nice sailfish left a hole under the rigger bait, and right away the crew noticed something different: It was nearly all white. The only color on the fish was in the sail. We later learned that this was a leucistic sailfish, since it did have some color, rather than a true albino, which has no color at all (even the eyes are pink in true albinos).