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Chesapeake Bay striped bass need a summer vacation

There’s a shift happening in Chesapeake Bay angling.
“People are pivoting, and they should be,” said David Sikorski, executive director of the Coastal Conservation Association in Maryland. “It used to be all stripers all

8th angler earns FishMaryland Master Angler Award

Even with the high and muddy water conditions from that March 23 rainstorm, he was able to catch the carp and the award. After getting a quick picture and confirming the length, he released the

A seventh angler earns Maryland Master Angler Award

Zeljko Koretic, of Middle River, Baltimore County, has earned a Master Angler Milestone Award under the Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ FishMaryland program.
The award recognizes recreational anglers who catch 10 different species of

Maryland man only the sixth to win Master Angler Award

Rashan Hunt, of Sparrows Point, Baltimore County, has earned a Master Angler Milestone Award under the Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ FishMaryland program.
The award recognizes recreational anglers who catch 10 different species of

New Maryland record rainbow trout caught in Antietam Creek

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources recently recognized Jean-Philippe Lartigue, of Bethesda, as a new state record holder for rainbow trout in the Nontidal Division.
Lartigue caught a 17.44-pound rainbow trout Feb. 10 in

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