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Power Paraglider Lands At Navy Crossing

Here is something you don't see everyday, power paragliders landing, buzzing the beach, and fishing pier. (May 2021) ... This past weekend a power paraglider or paramotor landed on Navy Crossing walk on beach, between the jetties. This is a type of ultralight aviation. A paraglide chute is above and the pilot below has large fan motor
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The Terrapin Fence Has Been Replaced

The "fence" along route 1 is for the Diamondback terrapins When the terrapin fence was first replaced this year, many people saw it for the first time. Social media went a little nuts waning to know why such a short dune fence was installed along route 1. Some of the answers were priceless. Usually the terrapin fence is covered with
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Delaware Surf Fishing Report

Surf Fishing in Delaware is Producing Some New Arrivals (May, 8, 2021) ... Been a few good days in the surf for many people actually surf fishing. Delaware is producing Burrfish now and weakfish, the state unicorns are in the surf. The smaller spike trout size. I've seens some bruisers form Jersey back bays in he 8 pound range.
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Delaware Surf Fishing Report

Delaware Fishing report for May 6th 2021 When did summer get here?  My pseudo beach grass looks like the burnt yards of August, dry as a bone. Until those spring storms rocked us and the garden growth explodes.  Hopefully a cool down is incoming soon.  But the good news, that heat up cranked up some fishing.  Just as we hoped.       
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Maryland Fishing Report – May 5

MD DNR May 5, 2021 ... This week holds the promise of fishing for a variety of species. The trout put-and-take areas have been generously stocked and blue catfish and northern snakeheads are very active. Chesapeake Bay anglers are excited to be able to fish for the large post-spawn striped bass as they exit the spawning rivers and head out of
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Rocket Launch Exploring Energy Transport in Space

Rocket Launch Exploring Energy Transport in Space Launches May 7th From Wallops Island "The Black Brant XII, carrying the KiNET-X payload, is a four-stage sounding rocket that can reach altitudes more than 200 miles above Earth's surface. Because of this, weather permitting, the eastern U.S. states have a chance to see the rocket passing over
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Christina River Watershed Cleanup Extended to May 15

To encourage northern Delaware volunteers to get outside and clean up, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control in partnership with the Christina Conservancy has extended the month-long Christina River Watershed Cleanup campaign an extra two weeks through Saturday, May 15. The date coincides with the Wilmington
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Gale and Storm Warning

Very windy conditions today into Saturday Look on the bright side the Damn Fly Meter will be a negative two this weekend. The beach combing will be fun on Sunday too. Beaches will get carved up a bit too. You can surf cast a mile today and the ocean is blown out flat to a degree. Stay out of he woods too, great way to get hit by a flying
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