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How to find us

  • A. From Rehohoth, Dewey, Bethany, Fenwick, (coming RT 1 North)
    • Follow RT 1 North (you will pass The Delaware State Police Barracks and Lowe's on the left. Chevy Dealership on the right)
    • After the BP Station turn right at the light onto *Business RT 9.
    • Follow *Business RT 9 into the heart of Lewes, cross the drawbridge and turn left onto Anglers Road, go 300 yards to large blue sign "Fishing".
  • B. From the North. Milford, Dover (coming RT 1 South)
    • Follow RT 1 South. You will pass Nassau Orchards, and go over an overpass. Get in the left lane.
    • Turn left at the light onto *Business RT 9.
    • Follow *Business RT 9 into the heart of Lewes, cross the drawbridge and turn left onto Anglers Road, go 300 yards to large blue sign "Fishing".
  • C. From Wilmington. Philadelphia
    • Follow 195 South to RT 141 to RT 13 South to RT 1 (bypass) to RT 113 South to RT 1 (again).
    • Then follow directions B
  • D. From Baltimore. Washington D.C., Annapolis
    • Follow RT 50 East, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, to 404 East
    • Follow To Georgetown, Delaware, go 3/4 around the circle in Georgetown. Signs are well marked and labeled "beaches".
    • Hint: FROM THIS POINT YOU DO NOT MAKE ANY TURN UNTIL YOU TURN ONTO "ANGLERS ROAD".
    • From the circle in Georgetown, continue following RT 404 East for about 9 miles. You'll
      come to a large lighted intersection call 5 Points. Here RT 404 ends. Continue straight thru the lights onto *Business RT 9 into the heart of Lewes, cross the drawbridge and turn left onto Anglers Road, go 300 yards to large blue sign "Fishing".

*We stress BUSINESS RT 9 not RT 9.

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