The Shore's tuna fishing elite and his many other friends gathered today at O'Brien Funeral Home in Wall for final goodbyes to the greatest giant tuna skipper of the era, Capt. Bob Pisano. I'm sure Bob wouldn't have approved of all the fuss, but he certainly deserved the honors -- and his wife Candi organized everything in fine fashion. Today's weather wasn't as bad as expected, but there are gale warnings up for Sunday even as temperatures go up to the 60s -- before a precipitous drop that may signal the last of the mild weather we've been blessed with this winter. Joe Melillo, at Castaways Tackle in Point Pleasant, said his regulars didn't fish the surf this morning as the ocean was very rough. He did have a surprising note about a couple of 4-pound bluefish being caught Friday in Manasquan Inlet. I hadn't heard of bluefish that small in about a month. Melillo mentioned that water temperatures had moved up in the northeast winds to over 50 degrees.