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Re: Dover to Lewes Creeks

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Go to the point at henlopen on the backside is deeper water close. don't wade in cast from the beach, you'll be surprised how close a 40" fish can come in. I sometimes stand back 20-30 feet and cast to the drop along the wash..

Posted on: 3/6 18:18
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Re: Dover to Lewes Creeks

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I'll second sandfly's recommendation of Indian River. I've got into stripers on the fly in the river. I've also seen a school of sharks back in the Riverdale area while kayaking.

Posted on: 3/7 0:55
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Re: Dover to Lewes Creeks

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its right there so why not.

Posted on: 3/7 2:20



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