And just like day one, bigeye tuna made a significant appearance at the Harbor Isle scales. The anglers of the boat Mia Joes (a.k.a. MJ's), weighed not one, but two tuna taking over both first and second place in the division. The crew's first fish, caught by angler Jeremy Gers, weighed in a whopping 248.5 pounds. Not to be outdone, fellow angler and teammate Dante Soriente bagged a 233.5-pounder. These two fish are currently valued at about $231,000. The crew of Ocean Dan-Sar with fisherman John Coleman weighed in a 148.5-pound tuna to take fourth place and about $19,000, if the board remains unchanged through Friday.