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118 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 Fishing pickling up; reef guide available With the water temperature REEF GUIDE AVAILABLE- gradually warming - Bill's Sport For anglers hooked on bottom Shop reports 59.4 degrees - Cape fishing, the Delaware Divisioo of Region fishing news has really Fish and Wildlife has announced picked up. the availability of its newly updat- According to Bill's, anglers ed 2003 Delaware Reef Guide. fishing from the pier at Cape Hen- The free, 24-page Reef Guide in- lopen State Park are catching eludes charts of all 11 permitted blues, stripers, hickory shad and reef sites, as well as the coordi- an occasional trout. Blowfish also nates of 80 deployments of artifi- are being brought over the rail. cial reef material. Indian River Inlet has been ex- Reef materials placed since tremely productive lately, with an- 1995 include 46,000 tons of con- glers hooking up with some nice OUTDOORS crete, eight steel-hulled vessels, keeper stripers, hickory shad, tan- 8,000 tons of ballasted tire units, tog and some trout. Local angler 86 decommissioned military vehi- Steve Hoenigmann Tip Top Van was throwing storm cles and 567 retired "Redbird" lures and eels off the rocks and subway cars from New York City. caught four stripers - one a cita- 67 pounds. The 2003 Reef Guide also con- tion whopper that tipped the A little further up on Broadkill tains coordinates for the 567 re- scales at 34 and a half pounds and Beach, Jim Heyard was lucky tired "Red Bird" subway cars measured 44 inches (see accom- enough to bring a 10.35-pound placed on site 11, 'q'he Red Bird partying photo). He hooked that trout to the sand that earned him a Reef," since August 2001. The do- fish on the beginning of the outgo- citation, nation of these cars by New York ing tide. Walter Wong also was R&R Sports Center reports that City Transit is valued at $5 mil- fishing off the rocks when he trout action was most productive lion and has made possible exten- landed a citation 9.33-pound trout, on hard structure using sive development of the site. The Brothers Timmy and Mickey jighead/peeler combinations. Bet- subway cars provide over 1.5 mil- Payne were drifting live spot and ter flounder action also was re- lion square feet of surface area for eels in the inlet and each came ported from the Broadkill Slough, attachment of blue mussels and home with a keeper striper. Jake and.the number of flatties has other invertebrates that support Schirmer and friends were fishing been rising in the shallow waters reef fish such as black sea bass. near the Coast Guard station when along the beaches. Eric Fountain The Reef Program uses DGPS the blues blitzed the inlet and the dropped a flounder rig near the (Differential Global Positioning anglers hooked up with some 40 one-mile marker off Bowers System) to place material on sites. fish in just about an hour. They Beach and was surprised when he Locations are in latitude and Ion- threw most of them back, but kept hooked up with a 45-inch striper gitude. a few for the frying pan. that tipped the scales at 35 Copies of the 2003 Reef Guide Further north at Roosevelt Inlet pounds. - are available at no charge by con- in Lewes, anglers have been hook- Anglers also were finding good tacting Jeff Tinsman, Reef Pro- ing a mess of stripers, flounder numbers of sea bass on the hard gram Coordinator, preferably by andtrout. KevinFlahertywasjig- bottom between DB and DA email at Jeffrey.Tinsman@ ging in the inlet and brought at buoys, state.de.us, or Lena.Pennypack- 6.87-pound trout to his boat. R&R also reports that surf fish- er@state.de.us. Jeff Hurley and Mark Steelman ing is producing loads of small Make sure to include your name were fishing Delaware Bay with blues mixed in with some king- and mailing address. clams and boated two citation fish, blowfish and an occasional If email is not available, call black drum weighing in at 66 and striper. 302-739-4782. Quick Hitters Registration June 19 for fall soccer season The Henlopen Soccer Club will hold registration for its fall soccer season from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, June 19, at the Hudson Fields on Route 1 just north of Lewes. For more information, leave a message at 645-9377, or visit the website eteamz.com/henlopensoc- cerclub.com. Governor to purchase ticket to Blue-Gold game The DFRC Blue-Gold All Star Football Game committee has an- nounced that Gov. Ruth Ann Min- ner will purchase her ticket for the game on Thursday, June 18. Ac- companying the governor will be this year's All-Star children, Katie Dwyer and David Franklin, along with their parents Michelle and David Dwyer and Rich and "Irish Franklin. The DFRC Blue-Gold football game will be held Saturday, June 28 at the University of Delaware stadium. For more information, call 302-454-2730. Youth football camp slated July 28-31 at SC Sussex Central High School in Georgetown will host a 3-D youth football camp for any child be- tween the ages of 8 to 12, from 8 a.m. to noon, July 28 to 31. The fee is $40 per child, and $20 for an additional child from the same family. Each participant will be provid- ed with experienced coaches and teachers from various levels of competition: For more information, call Ron Dukes at 856-4540. SC Pop Warner to hold registration The Sussex Central Pop Warner Football and Cheerleading Orga- nization will be holding its 2003 registration from 8 a.m. to noon. Saturday, June 28 at Grace Church (located next to the Georgetown Little League fields). Registra- tions are held on a first-come, first-served basis, so plan to arrive early. Pee Wee Football players are ages 9-11 and weigh 70-110. pounds; 12 year olds may play as "older lighters" weighing 70-90 pounds. Midget Football players are ages 11-14 and weigh 95-145 pounds; 15 year olds may play as "older lighters" weighing 95-125 pounds. There are 24 Mascot Cheerleaders ages 5-8, 24 Pee Wee Cheerleaders ages 9-12 and 18 Midget Cheerleaders ages 12- 15. Anyone interested in helping with the league or joining the board of directors should contact any board bember or call George and/or Mary Cahill at 856-2340. YMCA announces new youth basketball program The Sussex Family YMCA will host a new program for boys and girls ages 9-12. This instructional basketball program is designed for the beginner as well as advanced players. Instruction begins Sun- day, June 15 and will involve new skills, enhancing existing skills and learning the importance of teamwork. Classes will be divided by age and skill level. Class sizes are limited. For more information, call the YMCA at 296-9622. Eflk SumpUon photo Bassmasters host fishing tourney Over 90 children turned out at Milton Park for the 14th an- nual Lower Sussex County Bassmasters Youth Tournament. Organizers of the tournament provided bait and tackle and opportunities for all children to fish from a boat with some of Sussex County's top fishermen. Proudly displaying her catch, an 18 inch 3.6 pound catfish, is Kimmie Bossert, U, of Milton. All children received prizes that included fishing gear and beach toys for participating in the event. By Dave Frederick ALL OR NOTHING - By the time this Friday's Gazette sees Saturday morning, the focus of Cape football will be sharper than a lighthouse in a northwest wind or more foggy than the shipping channel at 5 a.m. when the wind "drops out." Legendary Coach George Glenn is being recruited with enthusiam inside the district, and up and coming coach J.D. Maull, who was already offered a teaching job and coaching posi- tion at Delcastle High School, is waiting to see what Coach Glenn does before making his decision. If these two men "drop out" of the running Cape will need to get cre- ative in a hurry. TIM STAUFFER - Former le- gal aid attorney Bill Schab of Lewes, known back in the day by his economically disadvantaged clients as Lawyer Bill, is the uncle of University of Richmond fire- bailing right-hander Tim Stauffer. Now lots of people have nephews who play sports, but not many can say, "My nephew was the fourth overall pick in the recent Major League baseball draft." Stauffer was chosen by the San Diego Padres and, according to "advis- er" Ron Shapiro, "San Diego let it be known that one of the things that made Tim so attractive was his advanced stage of develop- ment that should get him to the Big Leagues quickly." Shapiro added, "Most importantly, Tim has great character and values to match his talent." Congratulations to the extended Schab family and, if Bill is interested, we hear San Diego has an opening for "backup chicken." ,NEW b USED GUNS HOLSTERS AMMO HUNTING LICENSE GIFT CERTIFICATES*: Sl ": (00BE RETTA GI UI NI SI IRI LI:I EI SI HI AI NI GI u I Weekdays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. :j Evenings: - 7:10 p.m. - 9 p.m. A391 XTREMA 3.5 ADVANTAGE WETLANDS 12GA 3.5 24" 26" 28" HWY. 1 IN THE MIDWAY VILLAGE SHOPS Phone (302) 645-8350 m:l-,.-t:mr, n:r.l,]:m FAX (302) 644-2066 Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. & 7:10 p.m. - 9 p.m. Email - charlessteele@ce.net Sunday: Noon - 5 p.m. [HII[iT[[ 'lmll]lnllllil ..... 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