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Cape Region Fishing Report If it swims, you can probably catch it now By Michael Short The action has turned on for al- most everything that swims. Freshwater action continues to be good while trout and flounder ac- tion continue to improve in Delaware Bay. Trollers are pick- ing up nice bluefish arid fishermen on the Coral Beds are taking black drum as heavy as 80 pounds. All in all, the fishing is starting to hit its stride• Delaware Bay The outer wall is producing some larger trout as well as striped bass on bucktails tipped with peeler crab. That tip comes from Joe Morris of Lewes Har- bour Marina, but there are plenty of good spots these days. Morris suggests fishing in the evenings around Roosevelt Inlet for trout or working the Coral Beds for drum using clams as bait. Drake Nichols and Mike New- sham reported catching and re- leasing 60 trout on salt and pepper vibra fin artificials from the outer wall. G Buoy (in the Anchorage) is another productive spot which is giving up some flounder for fishermen drifting baits. Drifting in the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal has been producing flounders for Steve Millman and Mark Demo. Morris reported a 75-pound black drum caught by Bob Willey. R & R Sports Center reports that fishermen, particularly from the New Jersey side of Delaware Bay, are finding success in the Coral Bed area, including a huge 82- pound fish caught recently in the Broadkill Slough by Robert Boeckmann. The Cape Henlopen Fishing Pier is providing good catches of both trout and flounder on min- nows, squid and chicken breast. Yes, chicken breast• Dan Moli- naro at the fishing pier reports that strips of chicken breast are one of the hottest trout baits. He suggests morning or early evening fishing• "All of our friends are back," according to this week's fishing report from R & R. Those friends include some tru- ly outstanding early season catch- es, including a 32-pound striped bass caught on the outer wall. At least three trophy stripers were re- ported this week, including that 44-inch fish caught by Curt Car- penter on a bucktail and worm. 20.5 pound striper caught the same day at Indian River Inlet• Acie Mankins of B and R Tack- le and Hunting Supplies said trolling is good with ponytails and a variety of other usual trolling baits from 12 to 14 miles offshore• "I R & R reported a limit of blues for me Steve from Lewes up to 12 Bo pounds while fishing the Old blu Grounds. These are nice-sized fish rea and they can provide some of the oth, hottest trolling of this or any sea- aft( son. ma Mankins also said there is a (Ju mixture of fish on the surf now, bet Rehoboth Little League The Rehoboth Beacjh Little Lea campaign grew by another $1,500 and son-in-law team of Norman St nated $1,500 to match a previous $: go Realtor. The donation helped fields at the Epworth United Meth which cost more than $150,000. Sh Bill Lingo of Jack Lingo Realtor, Burton. day Running lumPart Continued from page 83 and On Sunday morning, May 25, ARc there will be the Memorial Day fron 5K Run beginning at 8:30 a.m. the from the north end of the board- ing walk at Lake Gerar in Rehoboth 947 Beach. Runners can register race- the : inc uding some good-sized sharks to' 5 pounds, trout, blowfish and blu ,,fish. There are no one or two rea hot spots and he characterized the surf fishing as "fair to good•" Th, surf fishing catch of the week wa ; another trophy striper, a 20.[)6 pound fish caught by Rick Syanis at the Navy Jetty on a squd bait. I/dian River Inlet fishermen us- ing I plugs and eels are catching stril best with the best fishing coning in the evening near dark. "I]aug action on the near water wrcks is hot. Mcellaneous his weekend's bluefish tourna- t hosted by the Indian River Lting Association comes as .,fish trolling and chumming ly perks up. Here are some r dates for the boating associ- n tournaments this season: :o shark (June 13-15), tuna y 4-6), marlin (July 25-27), 3mfish (August 29-31). imd grows gne capital fund-raising recently when the father pue and Rob Burton do- 500 donated by Jack Lin- he fund pay for the new dist Park on Glade Road )wn in this photo are (l-r) qorman Sugrue, and Rob from 7:30 to 8:20 a.m. at the • The course will loop Co- bia and Henlopen Avenues finish back at Lake Gerar. lications have been pouring in k all over the East Coast and Seashore Striders are expect- , possible record turnout. Call 1772 for more information on ummer racing series• Atlantic Ocean Surf fishing is improving and bluefish fans are finding fine fish- ing. R & R Sports said Mike Matarese on the Wave Dancer limited out on bluefish N.E. of Delaware Light and both chum- mers and trollers are reporting catches. Mattarese sweetened an already awesome catch with a From (l-r) are Bill Hertz of Teal Construction, Gov. Tom Carper and brothers Greg and Jeff Hudson. Outdoors Continued from page 83 a complete array of PSE products and performs PSE authorized war- ranty work. Conservation Winners Gov. Tom Carper recently pre- sented six Delawareans with con- servation awards. The six award winners include Bill Hertz of Teal Construction and farming brothers Jeff and Greg Hudson who oper- ate a farm west of Millsboro. Hertz ensures that soil around construction projects is properly seeded and mulched during the early stages of construction to re- duce erosion and runoff in Sussex County's Inland Bays, streams, rivers, ponds and the Atlantic Ocean• Greg and Jeff Hudson operate a 185 acre farm and have installed manure storage structures, dead poultry composters, a field wind- Aquabrome: Tough p001care f0r tender sl/Vllllmers. With an Aquabrome ® pool you won't smell unpleasant odors. aquabrome Pool Products give you opnum comfort, without irritation-both in and out of the water. It's gentler on skin and eyes, even swimsuits and hair. 1his year, make your pool an Aquabr0me pool. Youll enjoy dean, dear, odorless water, effortlessly. 00OTeai POOL & SPA PlWlXII 6/1 Hwy. One (Ov th, Nassau Badge) (SO2) S4S-a119 break and water control structures to help prevent erosion and pollu- tion. Youth fishing tourney The Lower Sussex Bassmasters will hold its annual Youth Fishing Tournament on Saturday, June 7 from 9 a.m. to 1 p m. The event will be held at the Broadkill Mil- ton Municipal Park. There is no entry fee and fishing may be from land or boat. For more information, call John Bate- man at 645-2801 or John Bernath at 945-3632. Sports Fansl YOU DIDN'T KNOW Brought to you by Kelly Racz Ever wonder why baseball games consist of 9 innings instead of say, 8 or 10 or some other number?... In the early days of baseball, teams played any num- ber of innings... The winner of a game then was the first team to score 21 runs, regardless of how many innings ware played... That mla wasn't changed until 1857 when it was decided to limit the game to a specific number of innings... Nine innings ware picked to represent the 9 men on a team. Ham's an amazing pitching feeL.. It happened in a major league game in 1952 when Ron Neccial of Bristol in the Appalachian League not only pitched a no-hitter, but struck out all 27 rnenL.. He got all three outs in every inning by strike outs[ What are the most runs ever scored by one team in one big league baseball game?... The record is 36, by the Cubs in a game in 1897. I bet you didn't know... You get • RIEESet-up, Tune-up and Instructions With Every Bow Purchase st R & R Sports Centerl AROHERY PRO SHOP HOYT- MARTIN- P.S.I=. BOWS IN STOCK CRL DO# IgtL$. tCI(IW IIIB 1"INOi . IR O0/LL  EINm. IID( T/IIGET FJE . EASlOli mt/ . TIE St/gl . gACX F01tl. NO SgEST 1124 HWY. 1, LEWES, DE 30219801