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88 - CAPE ,'F/day, October 2 - October 8, 1996 Anglers Continued from page 86 One good cold front should move some of these fish in very soon. "Rockfish Ed" nailed a limif of big trout and a few tautog (tog) at the wall and Steve Scarfo caught a limit of nice flounder. Lewes Harbour Marina reported citation size fish by Ron Hixson. and Robert Lavigne. Hixson caught a 9.4 pound tautog while Lavigne caught a flounder, a mon- ster 9.75 pounder. Indian River Inlet Indian River Inlet continued to give up big trout and few big striped bass to fishermen using plugs and live eels. Back bay an- glers reported a mixed bag in the inlet and trout and small striped bass behind the inlet. Just offshore of the inlet there was good action with trout, croak- er, sea bass and flounder on squid from the Bell out to just east of the B Buoy. Offshore Offshore action was spotty at the Hot Dog with some boats re- Above, three-time national surf casting champion Harry Aiken of Georgetown casts his bait during the Delaware Mobile Surtffish- porting good chunking action with yellowfins and others reporting slow action. A few fish were boat- ed at the Hambone while trolling and a good bite was happening at the East notch of the Wilmington. Inshore trollers from southeast of B Buoy to east of A Buoy caught a mixed bag, including false alba- core, big blues and an occasional king mackerel. The Sea Bronc II returned to port on Wednesday, Sept. 30 with tuna up to 58 pounds. But the most bizarre catch was the small leopard shark which was caught Bob Bowclen photos erman Tournament. At right, CharHe Trost, of Merchantville, N.J., measures a sea trout to make sure it meets the size limit. and released on board the Sea Bronc II. October tournaments R & R is holding its free striper contest Oct. 10 to Dec. 12. There is no entry fee; register in ad- vance. I Lewes Harbour Marina is also holding its tautog, eel and sheepshead tournament in Octo- ber. Register in advance. You must fish on a registered boat. Al- so, the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce's annual fall surf fishing tournament will be held On Saturday, Oct, 10 and Sunday, Oct. 11. I ' nbar . R : • : ncanville :" • Red Bank Regional - Towso Cathdic - Brighton • St. John Neumann , Sussex Central - Cape Henlo Robert Jacobs, founder, execu- tive director and CEO, said the need for expansion is because of the immense increase in requests from nationally ranked basketball teams who want to participate. "The tournament's popularity necessitates this expansion as well as the proposed changes in the NCAA recruiting calendar," said Jacobs. With the tremendous amount of different rules from various states as to when teams can play and how many games each team can play, the addition of the fifth day will allow states that have not been able to play three days in a row to do so and be able to experi- ence the "big time" national at- mosphere.. Thirty-nine teams will play games Saturday, Dec. 26 to Wednesday, Dec. 30. The newest addition that has gained popularity across the Unit- ed States will be the Delaware River and Bay Authority Sunday Shootout, where various teams will match up, providing games that otherwise would not have been made possible due to sched- uling and statewide restrictions. The outstanding matchups will surely appeal to the 51,000 fans who attend the national holiday event each year. For more information, contact the executive offices at 302-734- SLAM (7526). Written inquiries should be mailed to the tourna- ment office at Slam Dunk To The Beach, PO Box 0133, Camden, DE 19934-0133. • Good Counsel, Wheaton, Md. • Indian River, Frankford • Lake Forest, Felton • Lebanon, Lebanon, Pa. • Lower Richland, Columbia, S.C. • Middle Township, Cape May Court House, N.J. • Newport School, Kensington, Md. • Patterson Catholic, Patterson, N.J. • Picayune, Picayune, Miss. • St. John Neumann, Philadelphia, Pa. • St. Andrews, Barrington, R.I. • St. Elizabeth, Wilmington • St. Joseph, Metuchen, N.J. • St. Mark's, Wilmington • Salesianum, Wilmington • Sanford, Hockessin • Shaker Heights, Cleveland, Ohio • Southern, Baltimore, Md. • Rancocas Valley, Mount Holly, N2J. • Sterling, Stratford, N.J. • Red Bank Regional, Little Silver, N.J. • Sussex Central, Georgetown • Redondo Union, Redondo Beach, • Towson Catholic, Towson, Md. Calif. • Troy, Troy, Md. • Rice, Manhattan, N.Y. • William Penn, New Castle • St. Augustine Prep, Hammonton, N'.J. • York, York, Pa. - Shaker Heights -St. Andrews During a recent press con- ference, Bobby Jacobs, founder, executive director aw CEO of Slam Dunk To The Beach, announced changes for this year's na- tionally acclaimed basketball tournament. The tourament began in 1990 with eight teams. Since then, the tournament has grown to include 39 teams to compete in the largest high school basketball tourna- ment in the nation. Above, Jacobs announces changes in this year's event. At right, Indian River coach Pat Kelly, right, chats with Cape Henlopen High School coach Jerry Peden. Dave Frederick photos • • Atlantic City, Atlantic City, N.J. • Brighton, Salt Lake City, Utah • Caesar Rodney, Camden • Cape Henlopen, Lewes • Cardinal Gibbons, Baltimore, Md. • Dunbar, Baltimore, Md. • Dover High, Dover • Duncanville, Duncanville, Texas • Germantown Academy, Fort Washington. Pa. • Gonzaga, Washington, D.C. SLAM DUNK The national basketball tourna- ment Slam Dunk To The Beach will again answer the call to the thirst for high school basketball by expanding the national event to 44 games during a five-day peri- od. Slam Dunk readies for December's hot, hot competition