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November 2014

Delaware Surf Fishing Outdoors Show Sneak Peak

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwSNd3L-10s Would you like to see a weekly local TV show about Delaware's outdoors? We have been working behind the scenes, literally, for some time now to put together an outdoors show for Delaware.  This is something I have been working on and wanting to do for two years.  Please take a look…
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Thanksgiving eve fishing conditions

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yv0Q96cMhs4 Well first it was cold and we were all like, this is horrible, then it hit seventy degrees and we were all like, it's too hot.  Now it is gale force winds, raining and the waves are gi-mungous.  The fishing has been very random for keepers from boat and especially the surf. Basically non…
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Great White Shark Betsy Visits Delaware Beaches

Yesterday the great white shark Betsy tagged by the OCEARCH organization pinged off of Henlopen acres.  Then she pinged off of Delaware Seashore State Park, and eventually 3Rs beach.  Now she is back out to sea.  Ever since people started tracking these sharks online it makes you wonder how many more are always out there, not just…
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Frigid fishing

This fishing report is brought to you by Techno Goober in Lewes, DE.  They are the best in the business for all your web service needs.  It is ridiculous cold out today in the twenties.  The thermometer is hiding under the house and won't come out till spring.  After the weekend we will be back in the 60's I'm going to explode from…
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Seals showing up in the Delaware Bay

Over the weekend Jim Bell and his Uncle were fishing and a small seal popped up next to them while they were at the haystacks, or ice breakers.  They said it gave them a bit of a show, managed one picture, then the seal dove, and never popped back up again.  From the picture it is obviously a seal, but hard to tell if a harbor or…
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Snowy Owl Spotted In Delaware

A Snowy Owl (Bubo scandiacus) was spotted in Delaware today near Leipsic.  The owl was not seen for very long.  Could this be the beginning of another massive irruption?  Last year's migration was a rare one, snowy owls were found as far south as Florida.  Not much is known about irruptions, but it is believed a massive amount of…
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