DSF’s Summer Surf Fishing Slam Series Day Four, Week Five

This is a free fishing tournament you can enter at any time all summer long.

Day One of week five of DSF’s Summer Surf Fishing Slam Series. The card for today is the Three of spades.
Fishing days are Tuesdays to Sundays, anglers fish one of those days.
DSF’s Summer Surf Fishing Slam Series … Fish lists and rules. We added Spanish Mackerel to the fish list.

Results for the last four weeks are now on the website.  

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Check out our sponsors, Fishbites  and DS Custom TackleThey donated a ton of gear and bait packages for prizes.
Everyday is a great day for surf fishing.Today’s weather is looking much better than yesterday.
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Good luck everyone!

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DSF’s Summer Surf Fishing Slam SeriesFish List and sizes
Lines in at 7 AM and out at 7 PM
Have your state ruler, playing card, date and time in the picture.
Action figures are optional and encouraged.
Send your pictures to the DSF Facebook page or email them to admin@delaware-surf-fishinng.com

​Bluefish … 14 inches

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Cobia … 40 inches

Croaker … 8 inches

Weakfish … 13 inches

Sand Perch … 7 inches

Black Drum … 16 inches

Flounder … 16.5 inches

Speckled Trout … 12 inches

Northern Pufferfish … 8 inches

Kingfish … 11 inches

False Albacore … 14 inches

Pompano … 7 inches

Burrfish … 7 inches 


White Perch … 7 inches

Shad … 8 inches


Spanish Mackerel … 14 inches

​Spot … 7 inches


Striped Bass have to be in the slot 28 to 35 inches, nothing over or under can be scored *** The new limit is soon to be set permanent but we don’t expect the size to change.

Red Drum 20 to 27 inches can be scored. ***


***You cannot keep or score a fish out of the slot. Doing so would be illegal possession of a fish in the state of Delaware and you could be fined by DNREC. This is per DNREC, not our rule. We asked and were told that possessing a fish out of the slot for a tournament would be considered illegal possession. ***

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