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Non-Tidal Fishing Access Areas

Fishing Regulations Icon Delaware Fishing

Area

Location

Acres

Boat Ramp

Shore Fishing

1

Becks Pond (No gas motors)

25

Yes

Yes

2

Garrisons Lake

86

Yes

Yes

3

Masseys Mill Pond

30

Unimproved

Yes

4

Moores Lake

27

Yes

Yes

5

Derby Pond

23

Yes

Yes

6

Logan Lane Pond

2

No

Only

7

Mud Mill Pond

60

Yes

Yes

8

McGinnis Pond

31

Yes

Yes

9

Andrews Lake

18

Yes

Limited

10

Coursey Pond

58

Yes

Yes

11

McColley Pond

49

No

Limited

12

Tubmill Pond

5

Yes

Limited

13

Silver Lake (Milford)

29

No

Yes

14

Haven Lake

82

Yes

Limited

15

Griffith Lake

32

Yes

Yes

16

Blairs Pond

29

Yes

Yes

17

Abbotts Pond

17

Yes

Yes

18

Newton Pond (No gas motors)

10

Car top only

Yes

19

Waples Pond

51

Unimproved

Limited

20

Wagamons Pond

41

Yes

Yes

21

Hearns Pond

53

Yes

Yes

22

Concord Pond

77

Yes

Limited

23

Craigs Pond

12

Yes

Yes

24

Millsboro Pond

101

Yes

Limited

25

Ingrams Pond

24

Yes

Yes

26

Portsville Pond

15

Yes

Limited

27

Records Pond

92

Yes

Pier

28

Chipman Pond

52

Yes

Yes

29

Horsey Pond

46

Yes

Yes

30

Tussock Pond

9

Yes

Limited

39

Fleetwood Pond

43

No

Limited

Parks and Recreation Access Areas*

31

Lums Pond

189

Yes

Yes

32

Killens Pond

75

Unimproved

Yes

36

Trap Pond

88

Yes

Yes

37

Trussum Pond

73

Car top only

No

38

Raccoon Pond

14

Car top only

Limited

Surf Fishing

The Division of Parks and Recreation surf fishing beaches are located in Cape Henlopen State Park, Delaware Seashore State Park and Fenwick Island State Park, and on Beach Plum Island. Special restrictions and regulations apply to these areas. For more information contact the Division of Parks and Recreation, (302) 739-9220.

In order to drive a vehicle on a designated State Park beach, a SURF FISHING VEHICLE PERMIT is required. Only four-wheel drive vehicles with a minimum ground clearance of seven inches that are licensed to operate on public roadways are eligible for Surf Fishing Vehicle Permits. Permit holders must be actively engaged in surf fishing while on the beach. Permits are available at State Park offices, various license agents, and at the DNREC main office in Dover.

Purchasers of Surf Fishing Vehicle Permits will receive additional rules and safety requirements. The revenue collected from these permits supports the management of seashore State Parks and beaches. None of the proceeds from these permits go towards fisheries management programs or fishing access projects conducted by the Division of Fish and Wildlife.