Left Gwynn at 9:00 Heading north. The weather was Beautiful. Warm sunny skies and no wind. I get into the rapp and start trolling. I put out a 16oz white and red mojo with a tomic behind that. a 20oz blue/natural with a green bucktail behind that. A chesapeake umbrella rig and a small stretch way back. Trolled up into fleets bay, chased some birds around. Was marking plenty of bait but not many fish. Around noon, the clouds starting rolling in and the sky got dark. Felt like it was 5:00 i the afternoon. So I decided to start heading back south again. Still hadn't had a hit all day. This time I went out and around windmill bar. I switched the port side tandem from the blue and green combo to a 20oz chartreuse mojo and a 5" storm with a spinner blade and changed the stretch to the green bucktail with a curly tail. The R2 was in sight, so I figured I'd head to that then troll my way from there back to the island. Before I even got to the buoy, around 1:30, The storm with the spinner blade on the mojo gets nailed. A nice 23" fish. Clean and pretty. Had a cooler but no ice, so I figured 30 more minutes and I'm heading in if I don't get another hit. Circle the buoy once and nothing. 2:00, time to go. Still trolling but heading in. I get about 1000 yards away fro the buoy when all hell brakes loose. Every rod on the boat was going down. On after the other. The fish weren't being picky now. They hit everything I had in the water. So much for heading home. Ended up catching 6 more fish right in that area until 3:00 when I had to get home. 6 hours of being on the water and all the fish come at the last hour. Glad I stuck it out. All the fish were 20 to 23, except one that was around 18. didn't take the time to measure him with all the chaos going on. Thumb in the mouth, pull the hook and back in the water, and on to the next rod that was bent over. I even had one fish hit a bait right at the boat as I was putting it back in. I hadn't even let go of the line yet, and FISH ON!! Great day on the Bay. Be back Friday evening for the weekend to do it all over again.