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Advertising on Delaware Surf Fishing now available.  Put your business in front of a target audience today!

The goal of Delaware Surf Fishing is to keep you informed of everything fishing related in Delaware waters. This service is provided to you, our viewer at no cost whatsoever. Our goal is always to improve upon the information and provide you with additional services where needed through our vast network. Help us to help you by getting the word out that we want to increase our online advertising sales. As fishermen, we need to be out there getting you the information that you want.

Delaware Surf Fishing is pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Techno Goober to provide you with the best online advertising experience possible. This is a great opportunity to improve our platform and give businesses the ability to reach a very specific targeted audience. “This was an easy decision for Techno Goober, Delaware Surf Fishing has the Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania audience that we were looking for in terms of marketing and our brand online. Since, we know it works, it is easy to talk to clients about the opportunity.”, said Frank Payton of Techno Goober.

Currently, Techno Goober is hosting our site and has done a stellar job in keeping the site stable.  As the relationship grows between Delaware Surf Fishing and Techno Goober, this site will continue to evolve with more and improved information for everyone. If you are interested on meeting a Goober about online advertising opportunities with Delaware Surf Fishing, please contact Frank Payton at Techno Goober by calling (302) 645-7177 or email him at marketing@delaware-surf-fishing.com.   

Thank You,

Rich King

 

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Delaware State Parks seeks the public’s help to raise funds to make beaches more accessible

Delaware State Parks seeks the public’s help to raise funds to make beaches more accessible 

Beach access mats used to create accesability for disabled visitors

Beach access mats used to create accesability for disabled visitors

Beach access mats used to create accesability for disabled visitors. dnrec, delaware state parks. delaware seashore state park, fenwick island

Beach access mats used to create accesability for disabled visitors

specialized beach wheelchairs, which enable wheelchair users to get closer to the ocean

Specialized beach wheelchairs, which enable wheelchair users to get closer to the ocean

DOVER (Dec.10, 2014) – Delaware State Parks is working with the National Recreation and Park Association’s crowd-funding initiative, “Fund Your Park,” to provide inclusive access to Delaware’s ocean beaches for disabled visitors. Read more ›

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Beach conditions today

 

The water is clearing up and the beaches are smooth Read more ›

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Mid-Atlantic Council Initiates Action to Protect Unmanaged Forage Species

Mid-Atlantic Council Initiates Action to Protect Unmanaged Forage Species

bunker, forage fish,menhaden

Bunker or Menhaden used as bait for predatory fish

The Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council voted at its meeting last week to initiate an action that would protect unmanaged species of forage fish in the Mid-Atlantic. This action would place restrictions on the development or expansion of directed fisheries on these fish. Read more ›

Posted in DSF, Fishing Report

The Fishing Heads South For The Winter

 

striped bass, mojos, stretches, bombers, rockfish

Striped bass caught on the troll near Indian River Inlet … Chris Prince, Doug Layfield, Cameron Powell, and his brother Josh Mercer

Striped bass fishing is still decent from the boats you just have to be farther south of the Delaware bay.  Anglers have been picking up catches from   Read more ›

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