I put in at SP. Tried casting the shorelines in the bay from SP up to the Severn, making my way to Weems creek but found nothing there, where I had found a few 20"+ fish last week. Headed back out to the Severn and found breakers between the 2 bridges. Caught several aggressive, hard fighting 20 inch fish on a large rattletrap(didn't seem to want top water), but that school quickly disappeared and I was left with dinks which didn't want the big rattletrap. Went smaller and caught a few on a minitrap, curly tail grub, 4 inch plastic shad and a stingsilver, but wanted to find a better grade of fish, so I motored down to the area around Tollys where I spotted working birds in a good number of spots just south and east of TP in about 40 feet of water. All small fish, and nothing bigger jigging deep. Hit several of the pods, but nothing of any size. Just read a report where there were bigger fish south of where I fished. I think I saw those birds working through the binos but decided to head back to SP to beat the rush hour traffic. If I would have known they were larger fish, I would have endured the traffic jam. On the way back, there was the largest amount of birds I have ever seen in front of the Severn. Many of the birds were sitting but some were feeding. Seemed to still be lots of very small rock so I didn't give it much time. All in all, a decent day of steady action, with calm seas, but nothing I felt comfortable keeping. I was concerned about shrinkage, if you know what I mean. That 20 inch minimum reg this year has really put a hurtin on my freezer this year.