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Bass angler, ;catch well in Milton; croakers coming on strong in Lay By Michael Short Jim Sylvester won the lunker pot of the Wilson Sunshine Mari- na Autumn Bass Boogie Tourna- ment Sunday, Sept. 8. Sylvester's whopping 5.27 pound largemouth was the biggest fish and it helped Sylvester and partner Ed Wilkin- son win Sunday's tournament. But it was far from the only fish caught. Fishermen working Dia- mond Pond, the Broadkill River and Wagamons Pond in the catch and release tournament had a good day. They took a total of 114 fish in the annual tournament. Top winners won cash and prizes, many of them from local busi- nesses. Sylvester and Wilkinson took first place with a total of 12.96 pounds. Their first prize day was worth $600 from Wilson's Sun- shine Marina in Milton. Gene Jim Sylvester shows off his lunker pot-winning 5.27 pound largemouth bass caught during the Wilson's Sunshine Marina Bass Contest. Outdoors Continued from page 70 First prize is $800 for the tourna- ment, which will be held Sept. 21 and 22. Fishing areas are Dewey Beach between Collins and Chesapeake and state park beach- es south of Dewey Beach. Vice president of the Delaware Mobile Surf Fishermen Bill Mar- tin said that 206 fishermen caught 1,100 fish last year. Children had some of the best catches in what proved to be a very family-orient- ed tournament. "It all went over great," said Martin, who promises TIDES Indian River Date Inlet 003as--- 9/15 i0:391 4:07 9/16 ii:i8[ 4:45 9/17 _. [5:27 9/18  9/19 9/20 2:35Ia:3i Rehoboth Beach Hi Lo Hi Lo lti Lo ::::::::::::::::::::::: 9:23 [ 3:25- 9:58 14:04 i0:37 [4:42 i1:25 [ 5:24 ---- [ 6:12 Roosevelt Inlet 11:07 [1- ii:471 5i43 i2:120 6:30 1 1:oo 17m "Z;gg [9:25 Oak Orchard -12:41 ! 7i36 I 1:18 18:i4 i:59 18:56 CAPE GAZIWIq Friday, September 13 " r 19,1996 -71 Koch and Connie Kane took sec- ond place with a total of 9.64 pounds, which earned them a sec- ond place prize of $150 from Wil- son's. Marty Messick and Tom Pass- water won third place with 9.10 pounds of fish and won $50 from Partners Body Shop. Many War- rington and Ben Ostzawski won fourth place with 9.06 pounds of fish and won $50 from Peninsula Collections and Debbi's Clippers and Curls. Bruce Lynch and Tim Mumford finished fifth with 8.88 pounds and won $20 from Captain's Choice. Sixth place was won by Chad Taylor and Steve "lyre, earn- ing them a rod and reel from Hoss's Pier One. The rest of the top 15 in order are: 7. Rick Creese and Joe Celia, 8.57 pounds, (winning a tote bag, hat and mouse pad hand painted by artist Ruth Bales) 8. Bob Burton and Robert Burton, 8.15 pounds, (the father and son fishing tandem won two tickets to the next Wil- son's tournament) 9. Ernie Fletch- er and Steve Wilson, 8.04 pounds, (winning two fishing trip tickets from Anglers) 10. Richard Sher- man and Mike Robinson, 7.53 pounds, (winning a rod and reel from Bill's Sport Shop) 11. Chris Teeter and Walt Walerman, 7.29 pounds, (worth two subs from Piz- za Shack and Sub) 12. Rick Fields and Mike Collier, 6.96 pounds, (two Harrington Raceway Slots tee shirts) 13. Karl Lehman and AI Pekasiewicz, 6.93 pounds, (two Harrington Raceway Slots tee .this year's tournament will be big- ger than ever. For information on the tourna- ment, call 302-424-4778 or 800- 441-1329 or 302-645-2576. A very "special" day Who says there aren't any nice folks left? Take time out this Sat- urday to go to Cape Henlopen State Park and the fishing pier. Between 10 a.m. and noon on Sept. 14, there will be a fishing tournament for about 70 Special Olympians. The Special Olympics Athletes will be given a picnic and taken fishing in what has become an an- nual tradition. The roll call of honor for the people doing a spe- cial event for special athletes in- elude Hoss Cochran of Hoss's Pier One Bait and Tackle, the Delaware Mobile Surffishermen and the Rehoboth Kiwanis. "The community has embraced us," said Delaware Special Olymp!cs Outreach Coordinator Brenda Zullo. Hoss helped begin the tournament, the Surf Fisher- men help as they do on many events and the Kiwanians provide a picnic. There will be awards and prizes for participants. Other people re- sponsible for the outing include the staff at Cape Henlopen State Park who graciously assist the ef- fort and the Delaware River and Bay Authority, which has agreed to provide passes for the partici- pants for a ride on the newest of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry ships. shirts) 14. Ralph Mulho!land and Jeff Seamans, 6.72 pounds, (two gift certificates to Geena's Restau- rant) 15. Mike Cuibak and Doug Durkee, 6.71 pounds, (two hats from Lewes Harbour Marina). The weights for the fishing teams were the best six fish caught per team. The lunker pot caught by Sylvester was worth $421. There were 43 fish caught from Continued on page 78 Open All Yearl ES FISHHOUSE & PRODUCE 1130 Highway One 5 Points, Lewes, Delaware OPEN DAILY: Retail & Wholesale Sun. - Thurs. - 12 - 6:30 Fri. & Sat.- 11- 7 644-0708 Est. 1958 I00LISTEI00 HAZZAJeJO Electrical Contractor L.P.I. Cert. 959 645-8457 645-9060 1-800-610-8457 CERTIFIED LIGHTNING PROTECTION P.O. 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