Happy Memorial Day Weekend
May22

Happy Memorial Day Weekend

  First and foremost be safe driving this weekend.  The beach isn’t going anywhere, take your time it will be there when you get here.  We still have bluefish out there.   The Indian River Inlet was hot in the late morning on Thursday and the incoming tides this weekend should be great to fish.  The crowd will look like opening day for trout.  It reminds us of the striper run in 2011 when everyone was shoulder to shoulder...

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Moving Spawning Horseshoe Crabs
May20

Moving Spawning Horseshoe Crabs

  Last night at 10 p.m. I met a few friends and a group of people at Broadkill Beach to help Julie McCall.  We were there to help her move spawning horsehsoe crabs out of the way of the beach replenishment project.  The workers shut down the equipment for about two hours so the spawning horseshoe crabs can be moved to the finished side of the project.  If you saw the aerial shot in the fishing report that was taken last week it...

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Weekend fishing update
May19

Weekend fishing update

  The bluefish are still here but the catches are random from the surf, but that doesn’t mean you should no try.  People are catching them at Fenwick Island to Beach Plum Island State parks.  Mostly this is happening as they move with the incoming tides, the fish not the anglers.  The Indian River Inlet was crazy over the weekend.  People were shoulder to shoulder trying to fish, catching fish, and each other for the most...

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Stretch of beach at Cape Henlopen State Park closed
May18

Stretch of beach at Cape Henlopen State Park closed

Stretch of beach at Cape Henlopen State Park closed to safeguard nesting piping plovers   LEWES (May 18, 2015) – The first piping plover nest of the season at Gordons Pond Beach in Cape Henlopen State Park has been discovered, with the parents-to-be defending their territory, DNREC Wildlife Biologist Matthew Bailey announced today. Plover monitors found the nest late last week. To minimize disturbances to the tiny shorebirds, a...

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Keep Calm and Fish On
May14

Keep Calm and Fish On

  If you haven’t heard, seen or been there, the Indian River inlet has been on fire for bluefish on the incoming tide.  It is crowded down there but for the most part you can find space to fish.  It is rather obvious the hot spots when you get there and the fish are on both sides.  the other day it was so thick with blues you could have walked across the school to the other side.  Bucktails, big spoons, metals, plugs, and...

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Water Hazard at Cedar Point near Patuxant River
May13

Water Hazard at Cedar Point near Patuxant River

A lot of people that follow this website fish in this area, so we wanted to pass this along to everyone.  This is fro the folks at he Coastal Conservation Association in Maryland. ATTENTION ANGLERS AND BOATERS…. A navigational hazard has been reported to us. There are multiple cut off poles which may present a danger to boaters at the following GPS location. 38.3028 -76.3734 38.3052 -76.3724 NW OF CEDAR POINT We have been told...

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