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Fish News: Don Forman Cobia and Dare Marina/PSWSFA Open Flounder Tournaments

Fish News
Don Forman Cobia and Dare Marina/PSWSFA Open Flounder Tournaments

We will have a club picnic at Dare Marina on June 29 at 1:00 PM. This event is free to club members. This follows our Youth and Ladies Tournament, which is also free. The tournament will run from June 21 until the start of the picnic. Take some women and children fishing for croaker and flounder. A keeper flounder could be a winner this year. Come on to the picnic even if you do not fish the tournament.
The Don Forman Cobia Tournament will run the entire month of July. For more information on this and other PSWSFA tournaments visit: http://www.pswsfa.com/tournaments.htm.
The Dare Marina/PSWSFA Open Flounder Tournament will be held on August 16 with a captains meeting on the 15th.
Fisherman Magazine Dreamboat Challenge
Attention Bluewater Fishermen! The Fisherman Magazine has added dolphin (aka dorado, Mahi-Mahi) to the list of eligible species in their annual "Dream Boat Challenge." This gives Delmarva Offshore Anglers an excellent opportunity to check-in a qualifying fish (10 pounds or more) and enter this contest. Complete rules and an entry form are in the magazine or you can contact The Fisherman (410-643-5523) for a PDF version. Be sure to print and carry a copy of the entry form with you whenever you are out fishing this summer. And of course, Chris Dollar and the staff of the Mid-Atlantic Fisherman always welcome you're first hand-fishing reports and photos of the big one that didn't get away. Send your reports and pictures to cdollar@thefisherman.com and don't forget to mention that you're a club member.
June 21, Brent Meadors fished in the area of Wayne's World. They caught a 60-pound bluefin tuna and a few gaffer dolphins.
June 21, Mike Avery fished Bluefish Rock for cobia. They caught two and missed a third. Mike's big fish weighed in at 70 pounds even.
June 21, we ran offshore and fished southeast of the Cigar. It was slow. We caught 2 small dolphin and 5 gaffers. We had a blue marlin come in and I got to fight him on my teaser reel. It never hit a hook bait. That was it for the day.
June 20, Jorj Head fished for cobia at York Spit. They caught a 50-inch fish.
June 20, David Forman, Richard Bartlett, and Bernie Sparrer fished out of Oregon Inlet. They caught a bunch of dolphin.
June 19, Mike Avery fished from the Triple 0s down to the 900 line. They caught dolphin up to 24 pounds and caught one out of two white marlin, which came in their spread.
June 19, Wes Blow did some bottom fishing out of Morehead City. He caught red grouper, snapper, scamp, and a tiger shark.
June 19, Ric Burnley fished out of Virginia Beach with Mike Standing on the Waterman. They caught a few dolphins and missed two white marlin near the Cigar.
June 19, Don Crist fished out of Oregon Inlet. They caught 4 dolphin and a dozen tilefish. They said that the boats, which did catch some yellowfin, were flying kites.
June 12, Mac McCormick, Dennis Lane, and Doug Wilson went to the James River Bridge and loaded up on striped bass for their last striped bass trip of the spring season. They did catch some fish with sores on them.

Dr. Ken Neill, III writes a weekly column for The Peninsula Salt Water Sport Fisherman's Association (www.pswsfa.com).

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