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Weekly fishing reports for the surf and tidal waters of Delaware.

Delaware Surf Fishing Report

We are coming out of a heatwave. Extreme heat is no fun, even at the coolest times in the outdoors. The pool is a bathtub, it only feels good when the heat index is 105. The surf is warmer and the bays are heating up. It is that time of year. But the fishing is still pretty good and anglers are having a great time filling the coolers. Some
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Maryland Fishing Report

White perch are providing plenty of fun fishing in the tidal rivers and creeks whether in a small boat or fishing from shore access points, docks, and fishing piers. Northern snakeheads will be found holding in shallow grass areas in the tidal rivers and although their activity has slowed down a bit, they will go after noisy topwater lures.
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Delaware Surf Fishing Report

The Delaware State unicorns are getting bigger The weather finally broke, but we are looking at a wet weekend. The fish don't care, but be careful of pop up storms. If you are on a crowded beach, it is really best to stay put in your vehicle. You are going to be in line trying to get off and air up your vehicle. By the time you manage
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Maryland Fishing Report

Maryland Fishing Report – June 10 June 10, 2020 ... The summer-like weather is bringing families out to enjoy the outdoors. What could be better than being out on a fishing adventure with mom, especially if you catch a strange-looking fish like a northern snakehead! The Maryland Department of Natural Resources offers two more
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Delaware Surf Fishing Report

June must be the new August, between the heat and last weekend's crowds one would swear it is much later in the summer season. The humidity got here real quick too. Either way the beaches are one of the best places to cool off. Getting on the water always helps this time of year. Not to mention it is a great way to avoid the
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Delaware Surf Fishing Report

Little nautical the last few days, prevented boats heading out and surf anglers had to fight wide waves, higher tides, and rough wash. Private boats are the only ones going out charters and head boats are still under restrictions not to operate. Eventually after June 1st that will change, just not sure when. The weather turning
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