it had been a little over 6 weeks since we got the boat in the water, weather, school and work finally all cooperated , and a much wanted ( needed) trip offshore became reality, me , my neighbor and my son, we cleared mayport jetty around 545 am and headed SE to 18 line were I had caught some wahoos back in early October. Also near some of my favorite triggers spots in case the trolling didn't work out we would get some triggers( found out while trolling via radio that they area closed so no bottom fishing ...) . started trolling around 715 am and headed south, there were some raging rips near the ledge with very well defined weed lines with 76 deg outside and 73 inside , no wahoos there in early am for us. Still trying to figure out the high speed thing with my boat, not an easy task hard to get her on plane around 13 to 15 knots, get past 15 and she wants to jump to plus 20 knots, we kept on working it and moving weights, changing lures etc, moved in to 130 feet of water at the 23 line nice temp 72 and short flat starts to sing around 11 am got our first high speed trolling hoo in the boat!!!!, lines back in water and then got a nice fish 57.5 lbs, then back to monotony of trolling switched to baits at 1 30 pm back out to 18 line 170 feet, got a little one around 230 pm and then started to make my way home and got 1 last one at 430 pm and time to head for home. You can tell my son is all smiles after a day like that .