This is regarding a NY report posted by Billy O who fished at The Dip. People who are fishing for tuna should be aware of the regulations concerning the fish that they are catching. The angling category bag limit for bluefin tuna is FOUR fish 27-73 inches curved fork length per boat per day, with ONE fish 73 inches or greater as a trophy fish per season. These rules are readily available a www.nmfspermits.com and should be studied by people who just go out and keep whatever they catch no matter if they are breaking the law. A bluefin tuna that weighed 221lbs fully dressed would definitely be longer than 73 inches making that the one trophy per season. BillyO apparently caught this fish and three others as large in which case he is in severe violation of federal bluefin regulations. This behavior can not be stood for and should be fully investigated by the proper authorities. People who fish this way give fishermen a bad name, and contribute to the arguements that commercial fishermen have against recreational fishermen. GET A CLUE!!!!!.