Looks like you had a great time!
We call albacore by their Japanese name here: tombo, which means dragonfly. Our tombo season is almost over but our snapper season is just starting!
This is a comparision of a yellow fin and an albacore:
The ahi was 55 lbs. and the tombo was 52 lbs.
It's always sunny on our coast!
Thanks for the pics...
We rarely get Big Eyes (albacore) over 40 pounds here. Most average 15-20 pounds. Every once in a while we'll get a Yellow fin. The last couple of years we've caught a couple Dorado (Mahi Mahi).
We've decided that we will move to the beach again, only it's gonna be your beach!