Put in Marshall Hall at 0830 and headed south working the channel edges around buoys 61-56. Water temp was 52 and we fished in water 20 to 60 feet deep. Came up with three fish between 1-3 lbs. Moved over to Hallowing point and picked up a 4 and 8 lbs. Around noon we went to an area just south of Ft Washington Light where have had luck in the past and came up empty. Wind started picking up making it nearly impossible to keep the boat stationary - got cold, called it a day and headed in at 2 pm. Didn't look for bait - I had grocery store spot & croaker. All and all pretty slow day. I guess we're spoiled when 5 fish, one almost 10lbs in 5 hours is considered slow. Tim, we went looking for you off the light house around 2 pm just before we headed in to stop and introduce ourselves but we didn't see a Smokercraft. Around 1130 we were anchor barely inside the channel by south of buoy 61 and a 30'+ cabin cruiser making 25-30 mph headed north came by us at about 15-20 yards!! I'm not exagerating, he was that close - it had to be intentional - he wouldn't even look at us as he went by - his female passenger did and she looked scared to death. They were close enough we could make out her expression! Didn't get the boat name and so many of those things all look the same. I've got a lot of freeboard, the boat sides are 28" tall and the wake came within 2 or 3 inches of putting the bow underwater.