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Delaware Trout Stamp Contest Rules

The next Delaware Trout Stamp Art Contest will take place in the summer or fall of 2021. Judging dates will be set based on the progress of Delaware’s COVID-19 response and the need to protect public health. When dates are set, DNREC will notify artists and post the dates here. Contest


Delaware’s Trout Stamp Program

Delaware’s Freshwater Trout Program is a self-supporting fishery supported, in part, by funds derived from the state’s trout stamp program. Anglers fishing for trout have been required to purchase a trout stamp since 1955. Today, fees paid by anglers for trout stamps provide the Division with an average of $50,000 annually to purchase trout from


Winning Waterfowl Stamp Contest Entries

The winning entries for the 2022/23 edition of the Delaware State Waterfowl Stamp Contest were chosen by a panel of five judges who independently evaluated and scored the contest entries in person as part of COVID-19 safety precautions.  A painting of a tundra swan by Broderick Crawford of Tiger, Georgia, will grace


Delaware Waterfowl Stamp Contest Rules

The Delaware Waterfowl Stamp Art Contest will take place in the summer or fall of 2021. Judging dates will be set based on the progress of Delaware’s COVID-19 response and the need to protect public health. When dates are set, DNREC will notify artists and post the dates here.


Winning Trout Stamp Contest Entries

The winning entries for the 2022 edition of the Delaware Trout Stamp Contest were chosen by a panel of five judges who independently evaluated and scored the contest entries in person as part of COVID-19 safety precautions. The 2022 Trout Stamp will feature a painting of a brown trout by George Bradford of Georgetown, Delaware.


Delaware’s Waterfowl Stamp Program

The Delaware Waterfowl Stamp Program helps raise funds for waterfowl conservation. Hunters and stamp collectors buy stamps and prints. The money raised is used to restore and improve wetland habitat vital for migratory waterfowl. The Division of Fish and Wildlife began the program in 1980, in partnership with Delaware Ducks Unlimited. The program has generated





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