"By June, the weather has usually settled down and there are eight or nine good weed lines formed up offshore. When I head out, I run way out. I don't even mess with the weed lines in 400 feet of water. I also run past the weed lines in 700 and 800 feet, out to 2,000 and 3,000 feet of water. That's where we find the schools of ten-pounders, and you can catch all you want." Kelly admits that the closer weed lines can and do produce fish, but they get hit more often and are less consistent than the weeds farther offshore.