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    Published on 08-15-2013 01:36 PM

    Delaware Bay bottom fishermen continue to catch plenty of kingfish, croaker and spot. Some flounder have come from the artificial reef sites and wrecks in Delaware Bay. Structure in the ocean has provided action with flounder and triggerfish. Flounder to nearly 6 pounds have hit the scales recently. Massey’s Landing continues to provide action with flounder and puppy drum.

    An 83-pound white marlin brought in $1.2-million for the winning angler in the Ocean City White Marlin Open. Washington Canyon has featured very good yellowfin tuna action. Offshore deep-droppers have cranked up quality tilefish. ...
    Published on 08-07-2013 12:37 PM

    Offshore anglers have enjoyed big-game action as a remarkable 50-pound dolphin was hooked in Norfolk Canyon, while the Hot Dog gave up an immense 107-pound yellowfin tuna and a 75-pound bluefin. Offshore deep-droppers have enjoyed good tilefish action.
    A flounder well over 7 pounds was caught in Indian River Inlet on a live mullet. Flounder fishing has been better and more consistent at the Old Grounds and artificial reefs in the ocean than in Indian River and Delaware Bay. A nearly 8-pound flounder was caught recently at artificial reef site 11. ...
    Published on 08-05-2013 10:02 AM

    Offshore anglers in Norfolk Canyon have battled very large bigeye tuna. The Hot Dog, Ham Bone and Chicken Bone have also been hot spots. Some of the charter captains say it’s the best offshore bite they’ve seen in years! Dolphin and wahoo have also been included in the catches. There’s been flounder action on the Old Grounds and artificial reefs in the ocean and Delaware Bay. Masseys Landing, the Outer Wall, the Shears and other spots have featured action with kingfish, spot, small seatrout, triggerfish, spadefish and puppy drum. ...
    Published on 07-25-2013 11:17 AM

    Tog season has re-opened in Delaware and toggers have reported success at the Outer Wall and Ice Breakers. Artificial reef sites along Delaware's Atlantic coast, and the rough bottom between DB and DA buoys, have yielded big flounder to more than 8 pounds! Anglers at Masseys Landing have hooked red drum. Offshore anglers have tangled with bluefin and bigeye tuna along with dolphin and wahoo. Deep-dropping has provided action with golden and gray tilefish. Surfcasters and Delaware Bay bottom fishermen have reported loads of nice kingfish. ...
    Published on 07-18-2013 06:37 PM

    One of the largest walleyes known to have ever been caught in Delaware was reported last week. The 6.94 pounder came out of the Brandywine on a Rapala. David Lowery’s fish was actually one ounce heavier than the current state record, which would have tied it for the state record walleye catch. However, state officials did not check the catch. Flounder have been caught at the Old Grounds, artificial reef sites 9 and 10 and at locations in Delaware Bay. Keeper slot-size striped bass have been providing light-tackle action in Lewes Canal. A few rockfish have also been hooked in Indian River Inlet. Tuna have ...
    Published on 07-11-2013 05:21 PM
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    Two of the more productive flounder locations have been the Old Grounds and Lewes Canal. Striped bass, including a good number of keepers that fit the current Delaware Bay 20- to 26-inch slot limit, have been hooked in Lewes Canal. (The minimum size limit on stripers in Indian River and along Delaware’s Atlantic coast remains at ...
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    Delaware has a new minimum size limit on flounder - 17 inches. (It had been 18 inches). The possession limit is 4 flounder per day, and there is no closed season. Bottom bouncers have caught lots of kingfish, and seatrout continue to be taken in much better numbers than seasons past. Sea bass anglers making the run to offshore structure have reported limit catches. ...

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