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October 2017

The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s Atlantic Menhaden Management Board will meet November 13-14, 2017

The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s Atlantic Menhaden Management Board will meet November 13-14, 2017 at The BWI Airport Marriott located at 1743 West Nursery Road, Linthicum Heights, Maryland. The meeting notice, travel authorization form and travel reimbursement guidelines are attached. Meeting materials are available on the…
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Fall Fishing Is Picking Up

Brrrrrrrr, it is as cold in Florida as it is in Delaware, go figure.  At least the water is warm!  We are hunting lionfish and getting ready for DEMA, the Dive Equipment Manufacturing Association convention.  Meanwhile you all are seeing some decent fish up north.  Bluefish are still hitting like mad in the surf, but in some areas…
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Albies In The Surf To The Table

My favorite fish to catch from land are albies, falsies, or false albacore and they are in thick right now.  Now I just have to blow off this demolition job and get out there.  The weather today is no good for this fishing so we will wait for tomorrow.  The other day and for the last few days Gage Tayler and Tyler Graden have been…
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Sea Bass Season Has Started

Sunday was the first day of sea bass season which will last until December thirty-first.   there is decent flounder ad sea bass action off shore on the wrecks and reef sites.   Charters went out on Sunday and loaded up for the first day of the season.  Not too many were skunked and a lot of keeper flounder in the mix.  Triggers and…
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Fall Weekend Fishing

And Poof! Just like that we are into fall weather. Mother nature didn't waste anytime reminding us what time of year it is and the weather we are supposed to experience. Last year at this time we had these temperatures and nor'easters hitting us hard. Then it would warm up for a week or so, which will happen again this year.   This weekend will…
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Orionids Will Peak Friday Night

The Orionids, the most popular meteor shower for many stargazers, will peak Friday night, Oct 20th into the early dawn hours of Oct. 21st.  The reason for the popularity is the meteors are from fragments of ice and dust in the trail left behind by Halley’s Comet.  The Earth passes through this dust trail ever year around October 20 to the 22nd.…
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Chillaware Surf Fishing Tournament

I want to thank everyone for coming out this Saturday and fishing the first annual Chillaware Island Surf Fishing tournament.  I had a blast putting this together.  We could not have done this without our sponsors and venue.  Big Chill Beach Club, Big Chill Surf Cantina, Liquid Board shop, Crooked Hammock, WBOC Outdoors…
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