Lewes Harbour Marina – The Fisherman

Lewes Harbour Marina

November 23, 2020 - 09:44:21

At Lewes Harbour Marina, Amanda told us Belinda Chen fished Site 10 and caught a 14.4-pound sheepshead. Tom Martone was fishing for tog at the Outer Wall when a 26.75-inch red drum grabbed his green crab. Jules and Bill Mister had seven tog at the Outer Wall. The final results of the Lewes Harbour Marina Tog Tournament are in. First place was James Hill with a 7.84-pound tog; in second it was Ted Garman with his 6.75-pounder; and in third was Sam Gardner and his 6.74-pounder. The Thelma Dale IV fished for tog on the few good weather days we had.

November 16, 2020 - 09:25:59

At Lewes Harbour Marina, Amanda said the current leaders of the Lewes Harbour Marina Tog Tournament are; First Place, James Hill with a 7.84-pound tog. Second Place has Ron Keeler and his 6.75-pounder with Ted Garman close behind in Third Place with a 6,74-pound tog. Early in the week the Katydid and the Grizzly brought in boat limits of sea bass, but as the weather went downhill, they switched to tog and had good success closer to shore. The head boats Angler and Pirate King also did well with tog.

November 09, 2020 - 10:06:04

At Lewes Harbour Marina, Amanda said the current leaders of the Lewes Harbour Marina Tog Tournament are; first place, Ted Garman with a 6.72-pound tog; second place, Patrick Lindner with a 5.56-pounder; and in third is Walter Becker with his 4.99-pound tog. Tog fishing has been good at the Outer Wall where Frank Tucker and Adam had their two-man limit in two hours. The Angler and the Pirate King have also been putting their customers on tog at the wall. Rhys Hersey caught a 10.26-pound tog over bay structure, but he was not entered in the Tog Tournament. The Gringo Loco brought in a 50-inch swordfish on Saturday. The Port-A-Bella had 60 sea bass and the Chasin Tail had 95 on Friday.

November 02, 2020 - 15:50:50

At Lewes Harbour Marina, Amanda said the current leaders of the Lewes Harbour Marina Tog Tournament are; First Place, Ted Garman with a 6.72-pound tog. Second Place, Bob McAlister with a 5.40 pounder and in Third Place is Walter Becker with his 4.99-pound tog. Brian Smith caught a 12.3-pound striped bass out of the Broadkill River on a silver and black top-water plug. The Pirate King had sheepshead and triggerfish off of structure in Delaware Bay. Frank Tucker and Jon Little caught their limit of tog fishing the bay side of the Outer Wall.

October 19, 2020 - 10:11:14

At Lewes Harbour Marina, Amanda told us about Tommy Serbin along with Donnie and Patrick who fished on Tuesday and caught a mixed bag on sea bass and triggerfish. Paul Matthews fished on the That’s Right and caught a 10.51-pound sheepshead. Harper Kaser caught an 18-inch flounder and a 19-inch sea bass over ocean structure.

October 12, 2020 - 10:31:21

Tommy at Lewes Harbour Marina predicts that Thursday will be this week’s one open window to get out, and he directs all to the 30 Lump for the last decent cracks at yellowfin both via the chunk and troll.

October 12, 2020 - 10:30:11

At Lewes Harbour Marina, Amanda reported that Sam Kerstetter caught a 31-inch striped bass out of the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal on a live eel. A private boat fished the Outer Wall with sand fleas and caught six keeper tog. The Katydid had a boat limit of 40 flounder plus 38 sea bass on Friday. The Grizzly brought in a boat limit of flounder plus 30 sea bass, also on Friday. Barry Sheetz caught a 4.5-pound sea bass on the Grizzly using a squid bait on Tuesday.

October 05, 2020 - 10:05:48

At Lewes Harbour Marina, Amanda had some really big news. Paul Elwood landed a monster 12.69-pound summer flounder while fishing aboard the Katydid on Saturday. This will replace the 11-pounder as the largest summer flounder caught so far this year. Brandon Rodas had a 2.67-pound sea bass for a Delaware Jr. Citation. Wendy Krieger caught a citation 3.85-pound trout and a 20-inch flounder at B Buoy. Jacob League pulled a 4.61-pound flounder out of Rehoboth Bay on a green Storm shad.

October 05, 2020 - 10:05:48

“We have loads of boats leaving tonight (Saturday) for canyon overnighters, and I’ll have a lot more news next week. But, this past week the few boats that went out did pretty good on yellowfin to 60 to 70 pounds on the chunk and jig in the Wilmington,” relayed a hyper-busy Tommy at Lewes Harbour Marina in Delaware.

September 28, 2020 - 10:00:57

“Some yellowfin, wahoo and mahi being caught in the Wilmington,” shared Matt from Lewes Harbour Marina, noting that trolling has been the most effective tack. The 40- to 70-pound yellowfin were waxing spreader bars pulled at 5.5 knots, and it was the same speed with Islanders for the 5- to 10-mound dorado. The 30- to 70-pound class wahoo were chasing down and chomping 8- to 12-knot speed Nomad DTX Minnow and MadMacs.

September 28, 2020 - 09:59:48

At Lewes Harbour Marina, Amanda told us Ray Nabb fished the Outer Wall with sand fleas to catch a 10.48-pound sheepshead. Norm Buczik caught an 8.26-pound flounder out of Delaware Bay on Gulp!. John Childs had a 11.6-pound sheepshead at the Ice Breakers. The Strike Zone went on an overnight trip to the canyons returning with a big wahoo and a yellowfin tuna.

September 21, 2020 - 09:31:00

“Water is still warm, so there are plenty of mahi around the pots,” says Robbie from Lewes Harbour Marina and these are taking trolled baits and also smacking bucktails and pitched baits. There is sporadic yellowfin action in the Wilmington where some fish to 80 pounds are being chunked and jigged.

September 21, 2020 - 09:29:52

At Lewes Harbour Marina, Amanda managed to get out on Delaware Bay with Captain Cary Evans on the Grizzly and catch a 9.18-pound sheepshead that earned her a Delaware Citation. Several other citation sized sheepshead were caught last week over bay structure. Sand fleas seem to be the best bait with the Outer Wall a favorite location.

September 14, 2020 - 09:58:00

Tommy from Lewes Harbour Marina said there were some yellowfin being chunked in the Wilmington, with a fast and furious blitz of longfin in the mix. He noted that the latter have most likely moved on, but the yellowfin bite should resume sometime this week.

September 14, 2020 - 09:56:52

At Lewes Harbour Marina, Amanda told us Casey Taylor had a 10.6-pound sheepshead, Chris Curlett had a 9.76 pounder and Brad Young had two sheepshead that weighed 5.5 and 6 pounds on sand fleas while fishing over bay structure. The Surface Tension fished over bay structure for a half-day catch of spot, triggerfish, kings and one flounder. Hunter Dilley caught an 18-inch sheepshead at the Ice Breakers on a sand flea.

September 08, 2020 - 09:51:51

“Loads of mahi at the DelJersey Reef and the Lightship,” reported Tommy at Lewes Harbour Marina, adding that more than a few of the migrants were pushing 25 pounds. Pitching chunks, bucktails and plastics, and trolling small ballyhoo are putting the mahi on ice. Heartbreak of the week: a customer trolling lighter tackle in the Wilmington and boom, a strike from what was guesstimated to be a 250-pound bigeye broke off close to the boat after a grueling 8-hour fight.

217 Anglers Rd PO Box 788
Lewes, DE 19958
phone: 302-645-6227

Equipment for recreational boaters, anglers, and charter boats roaming the waters of Delaware Bay and the mid-Atlantic region Lewes Harbor Marina Fishing & Boating Outfitters have everything you need from a fishing and boating perspective. From bait, tackle and friendly service to boat supplies, sportswear and foul weather gear, you'll find everything for Delaware Bay or Atlantic Ocean fishing. Lewes Harbour Marina Fishing & Boating Outfitters has been successfully satisfying the needs of anglers and boaters since 1992. Stop by and check out top brands like Shimano, Penn, St. Croix, and Star while also finding reasonably priced gear for casual anglers. Offshore anglers will find the store's large sub-zero walk-in freezer holds premier offshore trolling baits. Captain Joe features Baitmasters products, believing they constantly offer the highest quality ballyhoo, split-tail mullet and Spanish mackerel. The cold storage also houses a supply of chum, mackerel, butterfish, sardines, menhaden, clams and squid for sharking, tuna chunking and bottom fishing. Live bait tanks allow storage of spot, eels, mullet, minnows, green crabs and sand fleas. Seasonal fresh baits such as surf clams, bunker, and mullet are available for boat and beach fishermen.