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OCEAN

When the weather cooperates Site 11 has been one of the most active spots, as anglers have been catching tog using green crab. The Indian River Inlet continues to be silent with zero fishing activity.

DELAWARE BAY

Strong winds have made it difficult to leave shore. Anglers fishing from land have been hooking white perch at Woodland Beach and Port Mahon. Earthworms and minnows have been the best baits.

RIVERS

Anglers have been catching white perch in the Indian River near Millsboro with minnows and earthworks working the best. Bethel hole at Broad Creek has been a hot spot for yellow perch, crappie up to 2 pounds, and largemouth bass. Minnows or grass shrimp under a bobber will do the trick. There’s also decent yellow perch, largemouth, and crappie action at the creek inside Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge with minnows and shiners working well. Mike Bowen of Eastern Marine had an excellent day fishing in Maryland. In Port Deposit on the Susquehanna River, he found a school of stripers on the grass beds ranging 18-24 inches in length using Booyah chatterbaits and shiners. He also fished Perryville on the Susquehanna and was catching yellow perch in the 11-13 ½ inch range using minnows. Izzy and Brian Mora also caught yellow perch near Owens Marina on the Susquehanna using jigs. Bowen found action at Lloyd’s Creek on the Sassafras River. He was catching small white perch and bluegills using jigs, but also landed five largemouth bass ranging 2-3 pounds using chartreuse lunker grubs. Turner Creek off the Sassafras was also a hot fishing spot this week with yellow perch, and crappie biting on minnows and grass shrimp.

PONDS

Patty of Captain Bones Bait & Tackle reported crappie action on minnows at Garrisons Lake. Ed Raymond checked into Captain Bones with a 4 pound 4 ounce pickerel that he caught at Wyoming Pond on a cubby jig. Dan Megahan caught a citation yellow perch weighing 1 pound 4 ounces at a private pond using a silver spoon.


Email your fishing info and fishing photos to jtaviano@delawareonline.com or tweet @JeffreyTaviano.

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