Fished yesterday Saturday . Beautiful day but we were prepared for poor fishing…west breeze and zero current off Key Biscayne. Day started out with Pedro’s bait boat having to be towed to his home so we had to travel to his dock to get pilchards...and thankfully a few gogs. Initially he had several king cut offs and got one snake king, about a 6-8 pounder. So we headed to Triumph Reef hoping for some current…none found but we had a little better drift. After a bit we went to plan B ...slow trolling gogs. Shortly after, an extraordinary hit. Had a newbee on the outfit and although not a fisherman he followed directions well and did an admirable job. What follows is an exciting recap with a horrible ending. Initial run was well over 300 yards of brad at lighting speed heading directly away from the boat while set with heavy drag. After 20+ minutes …maybe 30….he charged the boat. When he was close extremely violent head shakes occurred. When he was roughly 30 ft away..just as the wind on leader appeared…he uncoupled. The end of the line indicated the following …the #4 trace wire had been cut thru…and just above the remanding wire trace the mono was shaved. There is no doubt ..whatsoever…the species was a big wahoo. While I didn’t actually see the fish…it was a wahoo as sure as when you see your jumping hooked sail break off. Having caught good size wahoo in the past I’d put this one in the 50 pound class….maybe 40 at a minimum if he took steroids…but to see the 300 yards melt off the reel with heavy drag…I’m thinking 50 easy.Was a very very special fish. Shortly after we lost another good fish on a trolled gog. Yes ..while it is better to have had and lost then never to have had at all…still hurts.