The Henbit is flowering big time in the fields, those little purple flowers and that usually indicates it is time to start catching summer flounder. A few days ago the first summer flounder of the year was caught in Virginia. Usually by this time of year, someone catches at least one flounder in Delaware from the inland bays and the anglers go crazy. You hear rumors in the shops, the size gets bigger, and the bait switches up depending on who you ask. One year the first keeper summer flounder was caught in a crab pot. This year the . . .