Left the ballpark at G'town in a Grady White WAC 228 a little before 7am and headed out at about a 65*. 8:40 or so, the lines were in the water. We were using 2 Wahoo Wackers and 2 lb. weights on the rear trolling at about 16-18 mph. At 9:10, the rod with the red and white bait hit. I grabbed it, strapped up, and the fight was on (sorta). It only took about 10 minutes to get the little fella to the boat, but with is mouth open and full of weeds he felt a whole lot bigger than the 15lbs. that he was. Oh well, a fish is in the boat. We continued on out with the high speed trolling with no luck so we went to the ballyhoo. After getting out 4 of 7 lines, the long line hit. Henry and his son were on this thing for 45 minutes. We thought we kept on seeing the fish in the water, but all we could see was brown. And that is what it was -- weeds. After that time was wasted, we got 8 lines out and trolled for about 1.5 hours. We got nothing. Not even a hit. On the way in, we trolled up and down a weedline offshore about 9 miles. It spanned N-S for about 5 +/- miles. There were a bunch of Spanish around, but we didn't have any spinning outfits on the boat. Shimano TLD25s don't go with Clark spoons too well. Anyway, we got back to the ballpark at about 5:00pm with the one Wahoo in the boat. It was a great day even though only one fish was caught. The place was almost like glass for the ride in. The ocean was the clamest I had ever seen it before.