Occasionally in the tropical mid-Pacific, deep oceanic up-swellings, currents and high atmospheric jet streams converge, creating an extremely large body of warm equatorial water. When this body of water is of great enough mass and gets pushed hard enough, for long enough, it hits the continent, splits and starts running parallel with the coasts. Moving northward, up the Central Americas, Mexico and, in rare years, all the way up the California coast. Known as El Niño, this phenomenon brings drastic weather changes that affect the entire planet. But in Southern California, the only thing anglers really care about is that it brings with it some of the best fishing we'll ever see. Join us as the boats running out of Dana Wharf Sportfishing take full advantage of the incredible yellowfin tuna, yellowtail, calico and barracuda bite. Acclaimed as the best local Southern California fishing film ever shot, this DVD will thrill the entire family with non-stop action and beautiful underwater photography.