Day two of the Key West King Mackerel tournament started out much better. We came out into a slick calm ocean and went to full throttle for 40 miles. Once we arrived to our spot, we set out bait and within minutes, had the first fish on. It was our first king of the day that weighed out at 37 pounds. Not bad, but we knew it wouldn’t be a winning fish. After several other fish, I boated a nice Dolphin, which we had for dinner back home. Later that morning, Bill hooked a huge Sailfish which he fought for a while before breaking it off. In the afternoon, the bite slowed, but not before boating a 40 pound king which put us in second place in our class and 19th overall. All the guys worked together like a well oil machine to put the fish in the box. We all had a great time fishing and look forward to a great season with the SKA.