Another Hillsboro trip done and we did somewhat decent. Sunday we left the ramp at 5:30, tried to find bait, unsuccessful, blue runners and gogs were hard to find. We went out high speeding out of boca inlet area, nada thing. We headed to the marina got 1 dozen gogs (one was missing a left eye and only swam to the right 🤦🏻♂️) and went to the port and caught 4 dozen finger mullet and a gentleman on a 28 contender gave us 4 more gogs and another guy gave us another 2 dozen mullet (shout out to those 2) we met up with the family at dinner at Bokampers and Collin, Edmund, and I (Jacob) moored up the the buoy off commercial for the night where we woke up to a boats wake that came over the bow and wet us all (probably shouldn’t put the beanbags on the front) 6:30 Monday we decided to go out far and troll, wave spacing was weird so we decided to just troll all the way out from 500 feet. I slept for an hour then Edmund decided he wanted to sleep so he made me drive, I asked him how deep/far to go out he said keep going just zigzag north/south. He didn’t realize how long he slept. When he saw that Bimini was closer that Florida on the chart plotter 🤣. We called it there and decided to head in and kite fish. Fist bite was a sail on a 3/8 oz spro jig with a mullet on it, they seem to love that jig with any bait on the back, even hit it when it has wire on it. We lost that one, spit the hook, then on the short line on the kite a shark hit it and we just cut the line once at the boat, then the mid line we got a little black fin, then we got Collin on his first sailfish. The bait it hit was the long line with a gog on it. The spool was already half gone and it took off. We could see the back of the spool. We chased it down, landed it, and released it safely. Yes we have the permit for it anyway so don’t hate for us taking it out of the water. We didn’t do too how this trip but at least we didn’t get skunked. Hopefully we can get the pattern down and do better next time.