Annual Fall Trout Stocking In White Clay Creek

DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife makes “colorful” annual fall trout stocking in White Clay Creek WHITE CLAY CREEK (Oct. 15, 2015) – The Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife’s Fisheries Section announced today that White Clay Creek has received its annual fall stocking of trout, a DNREC ritual since 2007. Fisheries…
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Save The Chunk

A grass roots movement started on Facebook, October 13th around 10 PM has taken a community by storm in less than twenty four hours.  Now why would that occur?  Well the Punkin Chunkin organization is now looking out of state for a venue to host their event.  After two consecutive years of being canceled in Dover, the organization has…
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Mary Lee Pings Off Assateague Island

Mary Lee dropped by the Eastern shore early this morning.  She likes to visit our coast line and do a little fishing and who could blame her we have such a diverse amount of life, or in her case, food out there.  Always exciting to see her ping off the coastline and follow her on these journeys.  In the past forty eight hours she has…
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Buddies, Bluefish, Blue Glass, and Burgers

The 9th annual DMS invitational surf fishing tournament went off well this weekend, they had some rough weather on Saturday but many fish were still caught.  I rode around with Corby Fulton while he was judging.  It was fun, I got to mark where everyone was catching fish, talk smack to my friends, and found a ton of sea glass every…
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Nuclear emergency sirens to be tested in Delaware

Tomorrow at 10:45 AM, the PSEG Nuclear Artificial Island generating facility (Salem I & II)  will test the emergency sirens in the ten mile radius known as the Emergency Planning Zone.  Residents are not required to do anything, these sirens are tested quarterly, and are scheduled to sound for a full three minutes.  These sirens…
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Spirit of Malabo docks in Lewes Delaware

Today I met Victor Mooney, a man who started a journey from West Africa to Brooklyn New York, in a twenty four foot row boat, the Spirit of Malabo.  Most people would say that is crazy, and I honestly thought the same, until I met the man and heard why.  I mean who purposely rows across the Atlantic Ocean?  Victor is and he is doing…
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Do NOT Drive Through Swales (Tide Pools)

Today's entertainment, the Jeep stuck deep. It is a JEEP thing I do not understand. October 2015) ... I say it all of the time in fishing reports and recently in the storm updates. Stay out of tide pools. If you are driving onto the beaches after these storms, be aware of your surroundings. You can drive to the surf at
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