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Fishing Report

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

Northern Puffers Are Biting

(April 25, 2020) ... The southern ocean beaches roughly Keybox to Fenwick Island are alive with northern puffer fish. Andre just got this beauty on Fishbites and a DS Cutom Tackle top and bottom rig. Local tackle made in the USA. There have been random bluefish here and there upwards of thirty inches, on all the beaches, that is just
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Delaware Surf Fishing Report

(April 23, 2020) ... At least we can still fish, hike, hunt, and walk the trails and some beaches. That is about all we can do in the outdoors and frankly it is one of the safest activities. Delaware is one of the few states allowing fishing, so be grateful not hateful. The surf fishing restrictions are still in effect, and we are lucky we got
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Delaware Surf Fishing Report

Between the flounder, striped bass, white perch and crabbing things are looking up for the fishing community. The world may be going crazy while bored, but we are going fishing for dinner. For those that cannot come to Delaware we feel for you, we really do, and hope this is all be over soon. In the meantime you can live vicariously
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Great Weekend Of Fishing

This weekend was decent fishing up and down the state. It is great to see people getting out and getting some air. Social Distancing is occurring in the fishing community, none of us want to fish next to anyone anyway. From freshwater to saltwater there were a lot of people enjoying themselves. We have a few days of warm weather like
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Crabbing Has Picked Up

The inland bays are warming back up rather well. There was a little temperature dip the past few days, but the water temperature has been climbing. Today the temperature peaked at fifty-three and dropped to fifty-one degrees. Crabbing started up a couple weeks ago for many trying for the first time this year. We have a cold snap coming in
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Surf Fishing, The Original Social Distancing

I'm still going fishing, because I can, I want to Social Distance, and it is mostly a solo activity. We all learned a new phrase this week, social distancing. Many of us already do that daily, when we go fishing. You don't call fifty of your buddies or even ten to go surf fishing. Ten friends might show up near you by the day's end. But
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Maryland Fishing Report

Maryland Fishing Report – March 11 (March 11, 2020) ... The signs of spring are everywhere and the warm sunny weather has families outside, enjoying the outdoors together. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is busy stocking local waters with trout and all are preparing for the grand event — the traditional opening day of trout season
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Maryland Fishing Report

Maryland Fishing Report – March 4 March 4, 2020 ... There are many different signs of spring that we notice — for some, it might be the first blooming daffodil or spotting the first osprey. One of the most popular harbingers of spring in Maryland for anglers is the much anticipated yellow perch spawning runs that occur in many of the Chesapeake
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