Raffle for the Bays … a heads up

I have extended the raffle deadline once, I am not doing that again.  We are raising money for the Center of the Inland Bays.  DSF has purchased a large portion of this gear for these prizes.  The raffle will end on midnight at the end of labor day weekend.  We will pull tickets a week later.  If you would like to get a ticket they are available at…
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Oak Orchard was rocked by the August monsoon of 2012

Last night we were rocked by storms, Sussex county is now waterfront property.  Everything is flooded, low spots are holding large amounts of water.  The exercise area in Pot Nets Bayside is completely full of water.  Pontoon boats were ripped from their decks last night, something no one here has ever seen before.  The pontoon boat…
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Hammerheads in the Indian River bay

Yes, you read that correctly, Monday night a hammerhead was caught in the Indian River Bay.  I know exactly where, not going to burn that spot.  No we do not have a picture, these boys do not fish with cameras, ever.  They have a angling problem that can only be cured by more fishing.  If he said he caught a 50 pound loch ness monster, I would…
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Croakers are getting bigger, keeper flounder in the surf

Mike Givens of the band Monkee Paw was surf fishing this morning, and came up with croaker after croaker, on green fish bites.  He was surf fishing somewhere in Delaware Seashore State park.  Friends at 3r's drive on access this morning, produced croakers and bluefish on mullet rigs.  While I was there at the top of the incoming tide…
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Golden tilefish in the canyons and trout in the bays

Yesterday Mike Parker of Outdoors Delmarva was filming for the September 1st episode.  He went fishing out of Lewes, DE and got into some huge tilefish ... "We caught 16 Golden Tilefish aboard the Quintessa, out of Lewes, Delaware. We were deep-dropping in anywhere from 500 to 1500 feet of water in Wilmington Canyon between 70 and 80 miles off.…
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Delaware surf fishing shark week for science concludes

Well it has been an interesting few days, I met a lot of cool people, and made some new friends.  First off, I want to congratulate Kristen Kemper, Jennifer Garmer, Patty Link, and Sabrina Shannnon for winning the Mahi Division in the Poor Girls Open.  They fished with Captain Scooby "Kevin", mates Travis and Jimmy Hall on the boat REEL DESIRE.…
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