Boat Accident at Indian River Inlet update

In case you haven't heard a boat crashed into the north jetty at Indian River Inlet last night.  There were a lot of emergency vehicles headed towards the inlet and helicopters flying overhead.  A friend of mine, Karen Hirst, sent me a message on Facebook, We just went to the inlet and it looks like there is a forty foot boat with a…
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Cape Henlopen Pier Will Reopen After Repairs

The Cape Henlopen pier as you are already aware has been closed for repairs. Since that press release, I have heard from hundreds of people that would like to know why, when, how, and many have ideas to suggest improvements of what is already there. I have heard it all from bring the "T" at the end back, to build a new pier. I called Ray Bivens…
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Striped Bass and Gator Blues in the House

That title is either a quick fishing report or the next band line up at your favorite watering hole.  Well if you haven't heard by now, we have big migratory striped bass in the Delaware Bay and big slammer, gator bluefish.  The bass showed up after or during the nor'easter.  No one knows exactly when, since no one was fishing the bay…
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Striped Bass Regulations Set to Change in 2015

The other day I sat home and listened to the webinar of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commision (ASMFC) conference for deciding the new striped bass regulations.  I followed a few friends that were there on Facebook for live updates, as I listened to the meeting.  It was civil, yet heated as anything involving many states with…
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Cats On The Loose in Delaware

So I am sure by now everyone has heard about the twenty thousand dollar exotic pet cat that is on the loose up north in the Brandywine Hundred.  Apparently this cat named Boo, escaped from his owners dwelling, and has been on the loose for almost two weeks.  It resembles a small leopard with a little head, large ears, elongated…
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The Fall Run … Coming Soon to a Beach Near You?

So when are the big bass going to arrive?  I think I hear that question ten times a day.  My answer is always, when they get here and then all you can do is smile.  Honestly to call exactly when the fall run will arrive in Delaware is hard, only the fish know.  So you have to watch other sites for reports, and talk to friends up and…
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