Assawoman Wildlife Area to reopen for hunting, boating on Nov. 2

Assawoman Wildlife Area to reopen for hunting, boating on Nov. 2

 

BETHANY BEACH (Nov. 1, 2012) – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announced today that Assawoman Wildlife Management Area near Bethany Beach in Sussex County will reopen Friday, Nov. 2.

All waterfowl blinds will be open for the remainder of the first split of duck season, Oct. 27 – Nov. 7, though some blinds were destroyed or experienced minor damage during Hurricane Sandy. Hunter discretion is advised regarding each blind’s use, relative to their camouflaging with marsh grass. Areas with missing blinds may be used for hunting by waterfowl hunters who wish to hunt by boat.

Boat ramps are open for hunters to load and unload boats and gear. The floating dock at Mulberry Landing has been repaired and reopened.

Deer stands also are ready for Saturday’s special deer hunting day for youth and non-ambulatory disabled hunters.

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For more information on Assawoman Wildlife Management Area, please call the Wildlife Section at 302-739-9912, or clickHunting Maps.

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We will have more updatess to follow these we have a lot going on.  You can see many pictures of areas like Broadkill Beach, Prime Hook, Milton, Lewes, Pot Nets Bay Side, Dock Side, Leisure Point, Massey’s Landing, Long Neck, Mariners Cove, ocean Pines, Fenwick Island, Indian River Inlet, Bethany Beach,  Delaware Seashore State Park, Cape Henlopen State Park, Beach Plum Island, Dewey beach, Indian River Life Saving Station, Delaware Center For the Inland Bays, Indian River Marina and many more on our DSF Facebook Page …. 

Fish On!!

Rich King

 

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