The weakfish and summer flounder bite slowly picked up, after the endless windy weather. It is still a hunt to find the fish. Even after the fish are located they are very selective. I have one spot that I use as an indicator for summer flounder, in this one area. Water temperature , clarity, all of the conditions were good. Yet, I had to hit them over the head with the jig before they would move. I was just about ready to move on, when a 22″er grabbed the lure. The weakfish were just as tough, holding out for the old school mirror lure. Severn weakfish were caught in the spot I was fishing. Including a gigantic tide-runner weakfish that Bill Collins lost during the landing. The fish was well over thirty inches long. An easy 11 pound fish. The good news is, he is still alive. I have caught , tagged and released a few weakfish over the years. I have found that they are usually recaught in the general area. During the same season. My money is on Bill.