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Here is a report of what has happened in the last week by day
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Thursday, November 02, 2017
>From Lewes Harbour Marina
A 29 1/2 inch Striper was caught by Darica Ward (girl power!) today at the point! It ate a whole mullet. Let the Striper fishing begin...
Then Brian Smith checked in to Bills Sport Shop and weighrd in two stripers the largest one was 32" and 10.05 Lbs , He was using a top water popper and was fishing the Lewes Canal and mouth of the Broadkill early in the morning.
Friday, November 03, 2017
A customer came in and said he had a 30 striper last night off his dock on a mirrolure in Rehoboth Bay
Tom Griffith , Don Whittle caught 25 tog on the outerwall but only 1 keeper on green crabs
Tom Poot went to the Old Grounds and caught lots of Seabass on squid n fleas but most undersize
Paul-Dom-Norm-and Bill fished near the towers using mullet had a bunch of blues up to 13 inches and a short striper in the suds..
ıSaturday, ıNovember ı04, ı2017
Brian Smith landed a Pair of 32 Inch Stripers at the Roosevelt inlet using Poppers 11-3-17
Trish and Keith Irwin fished Broadkill had 5 nice perch which found their way to the dinner table also had about 30 throwback stripers.
Ralph and Monica Cummings fished the point said it was the best day they had-13 sharks and 3 skates..
ıMonday, ıNovember ı06, ı2017
Delawares November shotgun deer hunting season opens Friday you will need to have a Hunter Safety Card as proof of having taken a Basic Hunter Education Safety Course in order to purchase a Delaware hunting license, and also must carry the card while hunting.
DNRECs Division of Fish & Wildlife announced today that the fishing footbridge at Garrisons Lake near Smyrna will close Nov. 9 and 10, rain dates Nov. 16 and 17, for repairs to the guardrail. The guardrail was damaged when a tree limb fell on it during a recent storm.
Brian that works here at Bill's ,Jack McClain and Gerber Rios went to the state park pier at night under the lights
and they caught 25 10 inch blues and 2 15 inch Flounder.