Sailfish took turns approaching the baitball of sardines, slashing individual fish with their bills and wounding them enough to separate them from the safety of their school. Isolated sardines were consumed within seconds by sailfish moving at incredible speeds. In some cases, the sailfish would actually spear sardines instead of slashing at them -- the precision with which they hunt is truly awe-inspiring.
Now all we need is for the sun to come out!
As a bonus, here is a timelapse of Tony and me setting up our cameras. Exciting, I know.