June: After release, the mahi heads straight offshore, staying well out of angler range, and spends the month riding an eddy 340 miles east of Oregon Inlet in NC.
July: By mid-month, the fish is nearly 600 miles east of Nantucket in MA, where it swims 174 miles in a circle feeding within a warm water mass.
August: The mahi spends the entire month 680 miles east of Nantucket, feeding in a zig-zag pattern in an area 132 miles wide by 227 miles long.
September: The fish heads farther offshore, ending up 1,175 miles east-southeast of Nantucket. By month's end, the dolphin begins heading south.
October: The bull spends most of this month feeding in an area 122 miles wide by 164 miles long, roughly 1,390 miles off Hatteras, NC, before continuing south.
November: The fish decides it's time to hit the Caribbean. On October 31 it heads due south, reaching the water off Rincon, Puerto Rico, by November 30.