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Cape Region Fising Report Lower bay producing good trout catches; flounder inback bays By Michael Short Fishing remains good almost everywhere. It may not be spec- tacular, but flounder, cr.oakgr striper, offshore and surf fishing remain good. Delaware Bay Solid trout fishing is being re- ported southward of 14-Foot Lighthouse on double hook rigs. Boats who anchor are having no difficulty catching their limits. Flounder fishing has fallen off at D-B Buoy with improved action in the Delaware Bay. Drifting around Buoys 9 and 10, between the Outer and Inner Wall, G and G Buoys and the Shears is producing some nice catches. Todd Hazzard had a 5.8 pound flounder and five-year-old Frank Manno Jr. caught a 7.84 pound doormat. false albacore action on the Hot Dog aboard the boat Bottom Line, a 63 pound tuna on the Fish On by Max Reid and a pair of tuna weighing 64 and 75 pounds caught by Patrick Bowen and William Margerum on the Fatal Attraction. Most yellowfin have moved out to the canyons. Sea bass and croakers are still on the Old Grounds. Indian River Inlet Old Inlet reports a 17-15ound striped bass by Gary Kaiminski and a 13 pounder caught by Walt Ciola. There are flounder in the back bay area for bottom fisher- men drifting baits, a few bluefish and trout and solid striper fishing at night on live bait. Miscellaneous Free surf fishing classes will Surf continue every Tuesday at 8 a.m. Bluefish action from the beach at R & R Sports Center. is improving with spot and king- Wilson's Sunshine Marina in fish taken on bloodworms. Milton will host its annual fall Offshore Mackerel are being caught by trollers around "A" buoy south on spoons and other artificials. Lewes Harbour Marina reports some goodcatches, including a white marlin of about 74 inches released by Steve Rogers, a 2.2 pound sea bass caught on the Reel Madness by Brian Forsythe, good bass tournament on Sunday, Sept. 21. Fishing is $50 per boat and fishing in the catch and release tournament is usually superb. Top prize is $600 and there are still some spots available. To sign up for a fine day on the water, tons of prizes, all the hot dogs you can eat and Pauline Wilson's famous hospitality, call Wilson's Sun- shine Marina 684-3425. Running Continued from page 95 1. Kim Weinberg, 29. 20:16: 2. Marnie Gautsch, 30, 20:26; 3. Nancy Bubanich, 41, 21:38 35-39 1. John Sullivan, 2. 17:03; 2. Chris Mobbs, 9. 18:14: 3. Chris Meuncher. 16, 19:17 1. JeAnne Merle, 44, 21:59; 2. Patricia Caywood, 91.26:25: 3. Lauren Frank. 95, 26:47 40-44 1. Brent Ayer, 8, 18:0t" 2. Rick Popple- ton, 23, 19:44: 3. Kevin Hayes, 54, 22:48 I. Beverly Palmer, 53, 22:47; 2. Arleen LaPorte. 60. 23:03; 3. Teri Moore. 83, 25:40 45-49 1. Francis Sellers 13, 18:44; 2. Richard Feinstein, 20, 19:35: 3. Lynn Irwin, 26, 20:05 I. Mary Moltz, 73, 25:02; 2. Laura Buekland, 106, 28:),4. ..... 50-54 l. Jim Halton, 18, 19:21; 2. Ron Clark. 40, 21:37: 3. Bob Pomerance, 47, 22:30 1. Ann Orr, 89, 26:19; 2. Cindy James,. 1997 SEASHORE STRIDER FALL SERIES Sunday, Sept. 28 6th annual Deborah 5K Run & 1 Mile walk beginning at 9 a.m. from Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes, Sunday, Oct. 12 2nd annual Race Against Do- mestic Violence 5K Run & walk beginning at 9 a.m. from the Grove Park in Rehoboth Beach. Sunday, Oi:t. 26 8th annual Seawitch Fall 5k Classic & 1 mile walk beginning at 9 a.m. from the Grove Park in Rehoboth Beach, Saturday, Nov. 29 4th annual Run For the Rose 5K.: Run & I:mile walk beginning at 9 a.m. from the Grove Park in Re- hoboth Beach. 119, 33:15  " - Saturday, Dec. 6 55-59 " " ' " - 1. Don .Fessman, 34. 20:58;, .2. LOu'  _ 2nd annual Christmas Seal 5K David, 39.21:24; 3. Paul Kiefer. 55, 22:50, .Run & 3K walk beginning at 9 1. Marge Warshauer, 104, 28-08; ,2: Sally Lambert. 105. 28:15; 3. Pat David, 107.28:28 - _ 60 & over 1. Bob Dieck. 74. 25:07: 2. David Mar- un. 78. 25:24: 3. Dr. Lee Masser. 81. 25:30 Walkers 1. Kathy Rudd: 2. Nancy Brooks: 3. Stacy Albright; 4. Linda Albright; 5. Charles Yeager; 6, Debbie Bennett a.m: from Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes. For more information, call the Seashore Strider Race Hotline at 947J1772 or mail a S.A.S.E. to Seashore Strider Fall Series; P.O. Box 485; Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 19971 SeaCoast Speedway races continue Sept. 6 Pro, expert, amateur and youth division motorcycle racing will return to SeaCoast Speedway on Saturday, Sept. 6, and will be joined by the Micro Sprints. The gates open at 4 p.m. and racing be, gins at 6 p.m. The adult general admission is $5 for adults, and kids 12 and un- der are $2. All children ages 6-14 are eligi- ble to participate in the on-track bike race during intermission. They must bring their own bike and helmet. Prizes will be award- ed. Ski club to sponsor Canada trip Feb. 1-9 The Salisbury Ski Club of Del- marva will host a trip to Whistler/Blackcomb, British Co- lumbia from Feb. 1-9. The Ski Club has reserved luxu- ry condos which can accommo- date two to 10 people. Prices range from $859 to $995, depend- " ing on location and the number of people in the group. The price in- cludes roundtrip air-fare, lodging, lift tickets, and bus to resort. Six- ty-five spaces have already been sold; remaining space is limited. The public is welcome to join this tr ). CAPE GAZETI, Friday, August 29 - September 4, 1997 - 97 For more information, call Bob Hamill at 410-749-6812 (days) and 410-749-1091 (evenings), Destroyers drop third straight The Delmarva Destroyers trav- eled to Lynchburg, Va., Saturday, Aug. 23(hoping topost their first win of the season, but once again, the offense could not overcome an early deficit.-The Lynchburg Storni beat Delmarva 22-14, drop- ping the Destroyers' record to 0-3 in Mason-Dixon league play.- Running back and kick returner Shahn Mitchell turned in the best offensive performance for Del- marva with 96 yards rushing. The Destroyers return to action Saturday, Sept. 6, against the -- BUY X - .   -- SELL   ^o.0 " : SEPT 1 AT NOON E K c SA-58 Carbine Phone (302) 645-8350 Weekdays: 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. Evenings- 7:10 p,rn. - 9 p.m. Tigers in Goldsboro, N.C. 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