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October 2013

Delaware beaches are filling back in

The beaches are finally filling back in, but it will still take some time to get back to where they were before the storm.  Reading the beaches is a little harder since the cuts are constantly moving.  Your best bet is to look for rip currents, or a wave that pyramids or looks taller in the center.  Waves that wash on top of one another are…
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Sand Eels are in the surf … everywhere

The new profile of the beaches has been amazing to observe the last few days.  If you want to know how the bottom under the surf looks, go to a beach right now in Delaware at low tide.  What you will see may just show you a few things you have always wondered.  If you really want a treat stay there for the entire incoming tide.  The beaches in…
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Hunter’s Moon fishing report

The seas have calmed down and the water is clearing up rather fast.  The beaches are still flat in most areas but the sand bars and troughs will be reshaped.  Every incoming wave adds a little help.  And the waves never stop coming.  I have been working days and fishing in the evening as long as we get off early enough.  Waiting for the end of…
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Post Nor’easter update : beach conditions

The wind is dying down, the storm is gone and the sun came out today.  Finally, we all really missed our normal nice days at the beach.  The water is even getting a little clearer.  It will take a few days for it to really clear up and hopefully the coming rains this weekend will not inhibit that either.  We will have to wait and see.…
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Nor’Easter and Delaware Beaches

The background color of the website has been changed to pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, October.  The fishing these past few days was great.  Red drum and black drum have been caught at IRI.  Big blues moved through there the other day, keeper striped bass in the mix.  Spot chunks. strips and whole live ones did well.  If you…
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Blackbird Creek Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 19

Blackbird Creek Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 19 celebrates one of Delaware’s outdoor treasures                                                                                       DNREC  press release ..... TOWNSEND (Oct. 7, 2013) –  Autumn’s vibrant foliage, the pristine waters and lush landscape of Blackbird Creek Reserve will be…
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