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Dela00vare Ca)e Region Fishing Report Bottom fishing yielding strong numbers of croakers00 flounder, trout and blues; false albacore being taken in-close Courtesy R&R Sports Center Anglers continued to report on the fantastic bottom fishing being had right now in the Delaware Bay and near-shore ocean waters. Mixed bags of trout, croaker and- blues were taken on the edge of the anchorage from A buoy up, around the rips near the mouth of the bay and off the point of Cape Henlopen down to the bottom of the Hen and Chicken Shoal. Nice trout were also reported on the drop inside of the outerwall and the shears. Decent flounder action was re- ported at McCrie Shoal, in deeper water outside the rips and long deep water edges in the bay and Cape board approves coaches for 1998-99 The Cape Henlopen School Dis- trict Board of Education ,recently approved the following coaches along the oceanfronL The first nice stripers of the fall season were chunked up in the bay at the Bug Light and few keepers to 35 inches were report- ed on eels in the Rips. Surf fishing was improving along the ocean beaches with bet- ter catches of bluefish being taken from the point south to Fenwick Island on cut mullet. Trout were taken this week on Broadkill Beach, also on cut.mul- let. Barbara Brewer of the Reel Women Fishing Club reported a nice 23.inch trout taken at the north end of the Broadkill. Mary also said that Diamond Pond had I for Cape Henlopen High School: Chip Davis, assistant softball; Sandra Phillips and Debbie Simms, co-head wrestling cheer- leading; Jason Gareau, assistant football; and Howard Reed, vol- unteer football. The board approved the follow- ing coaches for Lewes Middle School athletic programs: Biln incredible blue gills in the 1- to 2- pound range. Bottom bouncing from two to six miles off Indian River has been very productive for large trout and croaker and nice seabass and flounder have been mixed in from six miles to northeast or southeast of B Buoy. Back bay anglers report many throwback flounder with a few big fish mixed in. Anglers fishing plugs, spots and eels have hooked up with nice trout and a few keep- er stripers at night on the Indian River Inlet jetties. An up-and-down yellowfin bite was reported at the Hog Dog and Elephant's Trunk. Trollers report- ed a few yellowfm at the Tea Cup and the most consistent action was reported by trollers during the daytime and chunkers at night at the Wilmington and Baltimore Canyons. Inshore trollers reported big Bennett, assistant soccer; Gilbert Maull, volunteer football; and Michael Price and Warren Beide- man, volunteer soccer. The board also approved Gall Daisey as the assistant field hock- ey coach and John Miller as a vol- ' unteer football coach at Milton Middle School. bluefish, false albacore and a few Spanish mackerel hitting feathers and spoons on the buoy line and inshore lumps. Boyd Lord checked in with nice yellowfins from the Hot Dog. Doe Balan checked in with six yellowfin to 55 pounds on the troll at the Tea Cup. R&R will be having a striper tournament during its 15th an- niversary sale. You must register one time, in advance (yes, it's free!) before weighing a fish. Stop by for details. Prizes worth more than $500. As an added celebra- tion, we are giving away a tackle box filled with 500 $1 bills. No purchase is necessary; just fill out a coupon when you visit our store. I QUALITY ROOFING SUPPLY CO. .. Ch..eck out our Great  StMONTON  , . ,-.-,. Window Selection  I 1572.WYONELEWES, OE(302) 644-4115 !!:!i ' ' Est. 1958 HAZZARD CERTIFIED LIGHTNING Electrical Contractor L.P.I. Cert. 959 645-8457 645-9060 1-800-610-8457 PROTECTION P.O. Box 252, Lewes, DE 19958 I I I I I ,* September 28 - October 2, 1998 will bring world class catamaran racing to Dewey Beach, Delaware. Sailors from the US, Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico and other coun- tries will be taking advantage of the strong fall winds on Rehoboth Bay. The 16-foot model, first designed by Hobie Alter in 1972, is ideally suited to the conditions on the bay. Division 11's Fleet 106, host fleet for this exciting event, is based on the south beach of Rehoboth Bay Sailing Association. 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