Delaware surf fishing restrictions

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Delaware

Fishing License Requirements and FIN Number

A general fishing license is required for fishing, crabbing, or clamming in tidal and non-tidal waters throughout the State of Delaware (see Fishing License Exemptions below). A fishing license may be obtained at DNREC headquarters (89 Kings Highway, Dover), from over 40 licensing agents located throughout the state, or online by accessing www.fw.delaware.gov and following the licensing link. A fishing license is good through December 31 for the calendar year in which it was issued.

In addition to the general fishing license, all anglers (resident and non-resident) age 16 or older must obtain a free Delaware Fisherman Information Network (FIN) number each year before fishing in tidal or non-tidal waters of Delaware. This includes those anglers exempt from obtaining a general fishing license. See these exemptions below. A FIN number is automatically generated and issued with the purchase of an INDIVIDUAL fishing license. Non-residents who do not have an individual fishing license AND those exempt from the license requirement must obtain a FIN number before fishing.

Beginning on January 1, , there are three ways to obtain a FIN number: 1) Visit Digital DNREC at http://de.gov/erpermitting, create an account and obtain a free FIN number; 2) Use the “Quick FIN” link at the bottom of the Digital DNREC sign-in page. You do not need to create an account to obtain a FIN using Quick FIN; or 3) Visit one of more 40 licensing agents throughout the state to obtain a free FIN number. Toll-free phone numbers are no longer available for obtaining FIN numbers. The FIN number is mandatory and failure to provide a valid FIN number to an enforcement agent will be treated the same as a failure to have a valid fishing license. The number that you are issued will be valid through December 31 for the calendar year in which it was issued. A FIN number is not needed if you only crab or clam.

The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) will use the data obtained from the FIN program to identify anglers for survey purposes. The program allows for better estimates of recreational landings, an important component of fisheries management.

All funds derived from the issuance of fishing licenses are dedicated to a special account for the purpose of matching and securing federal money allotted to Delaware under the provisions of the Federal Aid in Sportfish Restoration Act and cannot be diverted to other purposes. Together, these funds support projects having as their purpose the restoration, conservation, management and enhancement of sportfish, and the provision for public use and benefits from these resources (below).

Catch and Release

Many anglers practice catch and release fishing. This behavior, popularized by bass anglers, promotes the release of fish by anglers so the fish can be caught again. A long-term bass tagging study in Delaware has demonstrated many tagged fish are caught, released, and caught again — a few as many as four times. The Division strongly encourages catch and release fishing to maximize angling success — unless a fish population is known to be overcrowded.

Fishing License Exemptions and Exceptions

Exempt anglers are required to get a FIN number (above), unless otherwise noted below.The following are exemptions or exceptions to the license provisions:
  • Surf Fishing Permit - Residents and non-residents are exempt from fishing license requirements if they are the operator of a vehicle with a valid Delaware surf fishing vehicle permit when that vehicle is located on a designated Delaware State Park beach. Other occupants of that vehicle are required to have a fishing license if they are fishing.
  • Seniors - Residents of the State of Delaware age 65 years and older are exempt from fishing license requirements, but must have proof of age and residency.
  • Children - Children under the age of 16 are exempt from the license and FIN requirement.
  • Other Exemptions - Anyone qualifying for the following exemptions should contact the Division at ()
    • Any resident who owns or lives on a farm in this state containing 20 or more acres and the members of his or her immediate family who reside on the farm may fish on that farm without a license.
    • A member of the armed forces who is a patient in a military hospital and submits a written statement signed by the patient’s commanding officer certifying the nature of the disability and place of station.
    • Persons who are patients in any Veterans Administration facility in this State, or in any public hospital or sanitarium for the treatment of tuberculosis, or a patient in a rehabilitation hospital under the State Department of Health, provided such person carries identification which verifies his or her status as such a patient, shall not be required to purchase a fishing license. Forms shall be supplied to such persons when they apply for their licenses to be used for the identification purposes.
    • Persons who have been honorably discharged from the armed forces of the United States and certified by the Veterans Administration as having at least a 60% service-connected disability.
    • Any Delaware resident that is a patient in a rehabilitation hospital under the Department of Health and Social Services. Any Delaware resident who is legally blind.
    • Any person who fishes in a fee-fishing facility, registered as such with the Department of Agriculture.
    • Any resident who has served honorably for 90 or more consecutive days on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States, including service as a member of the Delaware National Guard, in military actions in Southwest Asia associated with Operation Iraqi Freedom or Operation Enduring Freedom may, for the first 12 months following the date the resident was honorably discharged or removed from active status, be issued a license to fish in this State without charge.
    • Any member of the US armed forces, including any reserve component, serving on full time active duty in Delaware while not deployed or on temporary duty, and any member of Delaware’s National Guard, shall be eligible for a resident fishing license. Qualifying persons should contact the Division at ()

Fishing License Dollars

Where Do Your Fishing License Dollars Go?

Your license and trout stamp purchases allow the Division to secure additional federal Sport Fish Restoration funds used for fisheries research, maintenance and construction of fishing areas, and aquatic education. Please note that anglers exempted from purchasing a fishing license may voluntarily purchase a license and/or trout stamp to support these activities. The Division is grateful to anglers that contribute to our mission in this way. For more information, please visit us at www.fw.delaware.gov/fisheries.

Duplicate Licenses

Duplicate licenses may be printed two times free of charge by visiting www.fw.delaware.gov.Select Licenses, Permits and Registrations and the Lost Your Recreational License? For more information contact the Recreational Licensing Office at ()
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Surf-fishing rules you should know to avoid fines at Delaware State Park beaches

Nothing can spoil a day surf fishing at the Delaware State Park beaches like a big fat fine. But that could be the fate of some anglers if they don't know the state's regulations before heading out to enjoy a day of fishing.

The DNREC Natural Resource Police checked vehicles at Cape Henlopen State Park in their first surf-fishing enforcement of the season on May

Police issued five tickets and five warnings for not actively engaging in surf fishing, one ticket for trespassing in the dunes, two warnings for permits that were not attached and 13 warnings for missing safety equipment, according to State Parks spokesperson Shauna McVey.

Unfamiliar with any of these rules? Here's what you should know.

Surf fishers must be actively fishing

This rule deals with an aspect of surf fishing that causes controversy: when people see others using surf-fishing permits to simply drive on the beach and hang out with their friends – and not fish.

In a year with record sales of surf-fishing permits, leaving some anglers without a tag to drive onto the beach in , the Delaware State Parks emphasizes on its website that people must be "actively engaged in surf fishing."

That means "a person is taking all reasonable and necessary actions to maximize the probability of hooking and landing game fish by rod, reel and line attached to a baited rig, artificial lure or artificial fly," according to the State Parks website.

People should also be within 50 feet of their fishing equipment and be tending, casting and recasting their equipment.

Permit holders should only drive on the beach when going to and from fishing areas.

Many people responded positively to the increased enforcement last weekend, especially when it comes to making sure people are actually fishing and following other rules.

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"About time they enforce the actively fishing rule," one Facebook commenter wrote. "It is a Delaware Surf Fishing Vehicle permit, not a swimming and volleyball playing permit."

Someone else wrote that this was the first time they have "seen a presence like that in 15 years of surf fishing, was really nice to see."

No driving on dunes

Another Facebook commenter said she appreciated the Natural Resources Police stopping what she called "the dune destroyers."

That's because people with a Delaware surf-fishing permit can only cross dunes at authorized dune crossings, which are designated and maintained for that purpose.

Surf fishing is a popular activity at Cape Henlopen State Park south of Lewes.

Any other vehicle that crosses sand dunes is prohibited.

The same is true for any beach area that has been identified as an endangered and/or protected species bird-nesting area.

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Permit must be displayed properly

Surf-fishing plates must be properly displayed on the front of the permit-holder's vehicle and include a sticker for the season.

It can be affixed to the license plate space, grill, bumper or fishing rack. This does not include the vehicle dashboard, McVey said.

People should put these permits on their vehicles before going on the beach. Permits are nontransferable and can only be used on the vehicle for which it was issued. 

Safety equipment is required

All surf-fishing vehicles must have the following equipment when on the beach:

  • Shovel.
  • Jack.
  • Tow rope or chain.
  • Board or similar support for the jack.
  • Low-pressure tire gauge.

Drivers must also always travel under 15 mph and always at a speed at which they can maintain sufficient traction and steering ability.

How much do violations cost?

Violations can result in a fine ranging from $50 to $ for a first offense and $ to $ for a second offense.

Violators will get a citation, and their permit could be revoked.

If someone is caught driving recklessly or under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or violating any other regulations, the Division of Parks and Recreation can suspend surf-fishing permits for up to 90 days or revoke permits for up to three years. 

The public can also the agency's app to anonymously report environmental crimes and concerns, including surf fishing violations. The app is called "DENRP Tip" and is available for free download in the Google Play Store or the iTunes App Store.

People can also call the hour DNREC Dispatch Center at

Emily Lytle covers Sussex County from the inland towns to the beaches. Got a story she should tell? Contact her at [email protected] or Follow her on Twitter at @emily3lytle.

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Fishing

surf fishing vehicles on the beach

  • Information about our new off-peak surf permit pilot program is available on our Passes, Tags, and Fees page.
  • Surf-fishing vehicle permits are no longer available for the season. We have reached our state-mandated surf-fishing permit limit of 17, decals/permits issued.
  • Surf-fishing vehicle permits are NOT TRANSFERRABLE to anyone other than persons originally listed on the vehicle registration. Replacement surf-fishing vehicle permits (i.e. damaged and requiring the return of original pieces of the decal) or transfers to the original registration owner’s newly purchased or other currently owned vehicle are available at all park offices. surf-fishing permits will go on sale near the end of the year. We apologize for any inconvenience.
  • There are no restrictions for walk-on fishing as long as individuals have a valid fishing permit issued by the DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife. All of those engaged in walk-on fishing should use caution with drive-on access points and should only access surf fishing beaches via pedestrian foot traffic access points.
  • Annual passes are still available for purchase at all sales locations. Please note that online orders may require two to three weeks for delivery.
  • Visit our COVID Surf-Fishing FAQ page for answers to your questions about the temporary surf-fishing restrictions currently in effect.

Delaware State Parks offer freshwater, saltwater and offshore fishing, as well as clamming and crabbing, and this page will help you plan your perfect fishing adventure! A general fishing license is required for fishing, crabbing, or clamming in tidal and non-tidal waters in Delaware. The Delaware Fishing Guide, a publication of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control's Division of Fish & Wildlife, provides comprehensive information about fishing in Delaware.

Brandywine Creek State Park

Anglers can fish for small mouth bass, bluegill, and crappie in Brandywine Creek and for trout in Wilsons Run.

Visit the Brandywine Creek State Park homepage for more information about the park.

Killens Pond State Park

The pond is home to largemouth bass, catfish, carp, perch, crappie, bluegills, and pickerel, all of which await the patient angler.

Visit the Killens Pond State Park homepage for more information about the park.

Lums Pond State Park

With the pond being the major focus of the park, water-borne recreation is important at Lums. Lums offers some of the best freshwater fishing in the state. Anglers can chase largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish, or pickerel. Striped bass is stocked periodically, offering fisherman yet another challenge. Several youth fishing tournaments are held yearly.

Visit the Lums Pond State Park homepage for more information about the park.

Trap Pond State Park

Anglers on the water or shore may land largemouth bass, pickerel, crappie, and bluegills. Trap Pond has has been cited by Bassmaster Magazine as one of the top bass fishing lakes in the country.

Visit the Trap Pond State Park homepage for more information about the park.

White Clay Creek State Park

Located in the park are small ponds that contain largemouth bass and bluegills. Springtime brings trout fishing to rocky White Clay Creek, while Millstone and Cattail Ponds offer year-round fishing for bluegill and crappie and a catch-and-release program for bass. In addition, the White Clay Creek offers anglers the opportunity to fish for stocked rainbow and brown trout. The creek is closed, however, to all fishing two weeks prior to the opening day of the trout season. The trout fishing season runs from the first Saturday in April through June 30th, and from the first Saturday in October through November 30th.

Visit the White Clay Creek State Park homepage for more information about the park.

Wondering what's required to surf fish on Delaware State Park beaches?

Watch our how-to video!

Cape Henlopen State Park

For those interested in fishing, Cape Henlopen's quarter-mile-long pier provides convenient access to the Delaware Bay. The bait and tackle concession at the pier offers fishing supplies, licenses and snack foods, and between April 1st and Oct 31st, transportation along the pier is available for people with disabilities.

Surf fishing is a popular year-round activity along the park's ocean beaches. Dune crossovers allow pedestrian and vehicle access to the designated fishing areas. A surf fishing vehicle permit is required in order to drive onto the beach. A limited number of surf fishing vehicle permits is made available for purchase each year; when available, they may be purchased online or at the park office.

Delaware Seashore State Park

Fishing is a very popular year-round activity at Delaware Seashore. In addition to surf fishing on the ocean beaches, anglers may try their luck along the banks of the Indian River Inlet. A special access pier at the Inlet allows the elderly and people with disabilities to get close to the fishing action. Charter boats are available at Delaware Seashore State Park's Indian River Marina. A surf fishing vehicle permit is required in order to drive onto the beach. A limited number of surf fishing vehicle permits is made available for purchase each year; when available, they may be purchased online, at the park office at the Indian River Marina, or at the Indian River Life-Saving Station.

Fenwick Island State Park

The ocean beaches at Fenwick Island are also a favorite spot for surf fishing. Three dune crossings provide fishing access for vehicles with the proper permit to drive onto the beach. Surf fishing vehicle permits are required to drive onto the beach. A limited number of surf fishing vehicle permits is made available for purchase each year; when available, they may be purchased at the bathhouse gift shop (summer only), at the park office at the Indian River Marina, at the Indian River Life-Saving Station, or online.

Charter Boats at Delaware Seashore State Park

For those looking for the challenge of fishing in deeper waters, the charter fleet at Delaware Seashore State Park's Indian River Marina will get you out to some of the finest fishing grounds on the east coast. Wahoo, yellow and blue fin tuna, flounder, drum, sea bass, mackerel, flounder, sea bass, sea trout, blue fish, rockfish, tautog, tuna, shark, swordfish, and other big keepers are brought in regularly. The full-service marina is also home to wet and dry slips, a ship store carrying boating supplies, Hammerheads restaurant and bar, and Hook 'Em and Cook 'Em, offering bait and tackle, fishing licenses, fish cleaning for your day's catch, and even fresh local fish and shellfish to take home.

Fishing Delaware's Artificial Reef System

Development of Delaware's 14 artificial reef sites began in Located in Delaware Bay and along the Atlantic Coast, the reefs are built of cleaned and stable construction materials, boats, and subway cars that provide a rich habitat for reef fish and gamefish, including tautog, seabass, bluefish, striped bass, and weakfish.

Learn more about DNREC's artificial reef program

Holts Landing State Park

Holts Landing State Park boasts the only pier in the state built especially for crabbing, and you'll find some of the best crabbing and clamming sites in the state here, as well as great saltwater fishing. Delaware allows recreational blue crabbing on any state waters with the purchase of a fishing license. Crabbers may use various types of fishing gear, including two crab pots per person, crab traps, trot lines, hand lines, dip nets and seine nets of up to feet. Non-commercial crabbers are limited to one bushel per day. Crab pots are banned between Dec. 1 and the last day of February. Anglers can fish from the shore or the pier, or set out by boat from the dual launch boat ramp and head out onto the waters of the Indian River Bay in search of bluefish, perch, flounder, sea trout and more.


Surf-Fishing Vehicle Permit Info + Regulations

Visit our Passes, Tags + Fees page for sales locations and pricing.

Surf Fishing Vehicle Permit Rules

  • Surf fishing vehicle permits are issued for the calendar year. They allow vehicles to access designated beaches at Cape Henlopen, Delaware Seashore and Fenwick Island State Parks and Beach Plum Island Nature Preserve for the sole purpose of surf fishing.
  • A surf fishing permit is valid only for two-axle vehicles that are licensed and registered to operate on public highways.
  • The surf fishing vehicle plate and current sticker must be properly displayed on the vehicle for which the permit was issued and shall be affixed prior to operation on the beach. Acceptable plates include the blue-and-gold numberless plate, the white-and-blue numberless plate, and a low-digit black-and white-tag. Numbered surf fishing plates issued prior to are invalid. A surf fishing permit must be purchased for the current calendar year for the low-digit tag to be valid.
  • Operating a vehicle without a current surf fishing vehicle permit and plate on state park beach areas or dune crossings is prohibited.
  • Driving on swimming and surfboarding beaches during summer season day-use hours is not permitted. The permit does not give the right to access other state or private beaches not owned or administered by the Division of Parks and Recreation.
  • The owner’s copy of the permit receipt shall be available for inspection at all times when the vehicle is being operated on beach areas.
  • Loaning a surf fishing vehicle permit or plate, or using or attempting to use a surf fishing vehicle permit or plate on any vehicle other than the one it was assigned to is prohibited. In addition to other actions that may be taken, the permit and plate will be confiscated and held as evidence.
  • Requests for refunds on a surf permit purchase must be received within 30 days of purchase.

Driving on State Park Beaches

  • Vehicle use on the designated beaches is restricted to persons actively engaged in surf fishing. Operation of a permitted surf fishing vehicle on the beaches administered by the Division for reasons other than traveling to and from fishing areas for the express purpose of surf fishing is prohibited.
  • “Actively engaged in surf fishing” means a person is taking all reasonable and necessary actions to maximize the probability of hooking and landing game fish by rod, reel and line attached to a baited rig, artificial lure or artificial fly. Persons are also actively engaged in surf fishing when they are within 50 feet of their fishing equipment and are tending, casting and recasting their fishing equipment.
  • Any permitted surf fishing vehicle parked for any period of time on state park beaches without one or more persons who arrived in that vehicle being actively engaged in surf fishing is prohibited.
  • The use or operation of any vehicle whatsoever on, over, or across state park sand dunes is expressly prohibited, except when displaying a valid Delaware surf fishing vehicle permit and crossing dunes at authorized dune crossings, which are designated and maintained for that purpose.
  • No vehicle shall be driven through, over or upon any beach area that has been posted as an endangered and/or protected species bird nesting area.

Surf Fishing Vehicle Safety

  • Surf fishing vehicles must be equipped with a shovel, jack, tow rope or chain, board or similar support for the jack, and a low pressure tire gauge when being operated on state park beaches.
  • Operating any vehicle on any authorized dune crossing or on any beach area at any speed that is greater than is reasonable and prudent under the conditions is prohibited. Vehicles must be operated with regard to existing and potential hazards, but never exceeding 15 m.p.h. In every event, speed shall be controlled and limited to that speed necessary to maintain traction and steerage.
  • The Division of Parks and Recreation shall have the right to suspend surf fishing vehicle permits for up to 90 days or to revoke permits for up to three years for conviction of reckless operation of a surf fishing vehicle, for operation of a surf fishing vehicle under the influence of alcoholic beverages and/or drugs, or for violations of these regulations.

Violations and Fines

Violation of the rules and regulations may result in a fine of $50 to $ for a first offense and $ to $ for a second offense. Violators will be cited and permits may be revoked if state park regulations are not followed.

Other Important Information

  • The use of mechanically-propelled bait or line casters is prohibited on all surf fishing beaches.
  • The surf fishing vehicle permit serves as the permit-holder of record’s fishing license when fishing in designated Delaware State Park surf fishing areas, as long as all rules and regulations are followed. Other anglers must have valid fishing licenses issued by the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife. In addition, a Fishermen’s Information Network (FIN) number is required to fish in Delaware waters. FINs are available here.
  • Dogs are allowed in all surf fishing vehicle areas, but must be under control and on a leash not to exceed six feet in length.
  • In addition to giving access to designated beach areas, the surf fishing permit also allows free entry to day areas in most Delaware State Parks.
  • The Carry-In, Carry-Out program is in effect in all surf fishing areas. Carry out trash you carry in, and dispose of nylon fishing line properly. Loose, discarded line entangles wildlife and beach cleaning equipment.
  • Surf fishing areas are subject to closure at any time in the event of weather conditions (high tides, coastal storms, etc.). Surf fishing vehicle areas may be limited or closed when such action is deemed necessary for property management, protection of flora, fauna and their habitats, or when it is in the best interest of the health, safety, and general welfare of visitors.
  • In order to protect fragile plants and grasses that stabilize the dunes, and to leave nesting or fledging shorebirds undisturbed, people, pets and vehicles are not allowed on the dunes or in bird nesting areas. Only designated crossings may be used to cross the dunes. Violations are subject to fines.
  • Designated surf fishing beaches are open for other recreational activities. Caution must be exercised when sharing the beach.
  • The beach ecosystem is very important and must be protected. Any damage done to the dunes should be reported to the nearest park employee.
Sours: https://destateparks.com/Adventures/Fishing

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COVID Surf Fishing Info

Horses and riders are permitted on designated roadways, trails and beaches on lands administered by the Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation.

  • At Cape Henlopen State Park, horseback riding is permitted on the beach only and according to the beach access schedule below.
  • Designated trails and access schedules are subject to change upon review by the Division.
  • Access is limited to park operating hours (8 a.m. to sunset.)
  • Vehicles and trailers used for the transport of horses must park in designated areas.
  • Access from parking areas to the beach will be limited to designated dune crossings.
  • Trails and beaches may be closed on a temporary basis due to hazardous conditions.
  • Riders are responsible for cleaning up after their horse on roadways and in parking areas.

Beach Access Schedule

Delaware Seashore State Park -- Towers Ocean

January 1- February 28

Park office hours are:

Trailers and tow vehicles must park in the Towers Ocean parking lot. The maintenance vehicle crossing located at the southern end of the parking lot is designated for equestrian access to the beach. Designated beach for equestrian use runs from the crossing, south to within yards of the Indian River Inlet. A sign at the toe of the primary dune will designate this southern boundary. ( miles)


Delaware Seashore State Park -- Keybox Road

Daily: March 1– April 30; Labor Day - December 31

Weekdays only: May 1 – Labor Day

Trailers and tow vehicles must park in the Keybox Road parking lot. The surf fishing vehicle crossing is designated for equestrian access to the beach. The designated beach for equestrian use runs from the crossing, south to within yards of the Indian River Inlet. A sign at the toe of the primary dune will designate this southern boundary. ( miles)


Cape Henlopen State Park

November 1 – April 30

Horseback riding is permitted on the beach only. Trailers and tow vehicles must park in either the Gordons Pond Parking lot or the Point Comfort Station Parking lot. At Gordons Pond, the surffishing vehicle crossing is designated for equestrian access to the beach. At the Point Comfort Station lot, a dune crossing is marked and designated for equestrian access to the beach. Designated beach for equestrian use runs from the oceanside of the Point of the Cape south to the Gordons Pond surffishing vehicle crossing. ( miles)


Fenwick Island State Park

November 1 – April 30

Trailers and tow vehicles must park in the bathhouse parking located north of Fenwick Island. The maintenance vehicle crossing located at the southern parking area is designated for equestrian access to the beach. Designated beach for equestrian use runs from the crossing north to the park boundary near South Bethany Beach. ( miles)

Sours: https://destateparks.com/Covid19/Surffish
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  • In , three individuals met the qualifications for “Elite” anglers and are named on Sport Fishing Tournament Updates. For more information on how to qualify, see Sport Fishing Tournament. Give it a shot in !
  • New state record for Golden Tilefish was established in See State Record Holders for details.
  • New regulations will likely be necessary for saltwater species in The electronic version of Delaware’s fishing guide, available at www.fw.delaware.gov, will be updated to reflect such regulatory changes as they occur.
  • Anglers and boaters should be aware that shellfish aquaculture leasing is underway in Delaware’s Inland Bays. For more information on lease marking, see Invasive Species.
  • The Sport Fishing Tournament Award general Catfish category is changing to recognize both blue catfish and channel catfish. See Sport Fishing Tournament and State Record Holders for details.
  • The Sport Fishing Tournament Striped Bass Award and Live Release minimum size requirements have changed. See Sport Fishing Tournament for details.
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