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  1. The grip of winter is tightening upon the Maryland landscape this week and many types of fish and fishermen are hunkering down for the winter months. The striped bass season in the Maryland portion of the Chesapeake Bay is now closed and the lower Potomac will close on December 31st. Anglers in the coastal areas can still enjoy sea bass fishing until December 31st and tautog season opens on January 1st. It is always exciting when various fishing and outdoor shows begin to occur in January and mark a good time to restock on lures and equipment. It is also a good time to reflect on equipment and swap out that line that served you so well through the past season and be ready for 2017. In short the winter months provide down time to get everything ready for the upcoming fishing seasons and a great time to reflect on what worked and what didn't. As in most outdoor adventures, preparation and planning leads to anticipation which adds greatly to the total experience. . Freshwater opportunities include fishing for chain pickerel, yellow perch in the tidal rivers along with largemouth bass that are holding close to deep structure. Walleye, yellow perch, smallmouth bass and trout are active in the western areas of the state and often provide fun fishing opportunities for those who are prepared for it. The Fishing and Boating Services staff wish you a peaceful and happy holiday season with family and friends. The next fishing report will occur sometime in middle of January depending on fishing news and weather. Cold weather is in the forecast and although it can be troublesome to our day to day lives it holds the promise of ice fishing conditions at Deep Creek Lake and other western region impoundments. The Fishing and Boating Services staff have put together a fun parody on the song the "Twelve Days of Christmas" below for you to enjoy. Source: http://dnr.maryland.gov/
  2. Provided by the Department of Natural Recourses. Click Here to Download
  3. Aviation items including a helicopter What are your comments? <i>More from the Maryland DNR Website</i> This information is provided as a public service of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. www.dnr.maryland.gov
  4. Deep Creek Lake State Park roads ramp and beach area will be heavily congested for most of the day on Sunday September 20 2009 What are your comments? <i>More from the Maryland DNR Website</i> This information is provided as a public service of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. www.dnr.maryland.gov
  5. All DNR Administrative Offices Will be Closed on Friday Sept 4th and Monday Sept 7th What are your comments? <i>More from the Maryland DNR Website</i> This information is provided as a public service of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. www.dnr.maryland.gov
  6. Governor congratulates Forester Ranger and Employee of the Year What are your comments? <i>More from the Maryland DNR Website</i> This information is provided as a public service of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. www.dnr.maryland.gov
  7. Sorry this is pretty off topic but i was on the dnr's website and supposedly there is a new law where alcohol is only allowed on certain parts of state parks?? would this pertain to assateague OSV, because i'm going down this weekend to do some fishing and i'm not exactly trying to get fined. just wondering if anyone knows anything about this, thanks
  8. Man those people have an angel looking out for them... Good job the the Officer..
  9. Maryland and Virginia have entered into a reciprocal agreement honoring certain fishing guide licenses in both states waters. <i>More from the Maryland DNR Website</i> Please feel free to post your opinions on this topic.
  10. The NRP encourages citizens to use Catch-a-Poacher Hot Line, participate in natural resources conservation <i>More from the Maryland DNR Website</i> Please feel free to post your opinions on this topic.
  11. Susquehanna Flats continued expansion drives 20% Increase <i>More from the Maryland DNR Website</i> Please feel free to post your opinions on this topic.
  12. Emergency Regulations for Summer Flounder Approved <i>More from the Maryland DNR Website</i> Please feel free to post your opinions on this topic.
  13. Winter Dredge Survey Indicates Bi State Management Actions are Having Desired Effect Conservation Measures Will Be Maintained <i>More from the Maryland DNR Website</i> Please feel free to post your opinions on this topic.
  14. Governor OMalley Encourages Citizens to Explore Maryland State Parks <i>More from the Maryland DNR Website</i> Please feel free to post your opinions on this topic.
  15. Public Comment Encouraged at Four Open Houses <i>More from the Maryland DNR Website</i> Please feel free to post your opinions on this topic.
  16. I heard the first catch and release rockfish was caught according to DNR other than that they should be catching fish any time now.
  17. I'm not a drinker, but I don't like the "non-stop" restrictions being imposed.
  18. Im fine with the increase in the size but the season has to close when all the big flounder are starting to show thicker......but i guess its what needs to be done to protect the species
  19. Yep, we are paying 15 - 20 dollars per year for the privilege of having the feds send us a survey to fill out. I can't believe it will cost 15 to 20 dollars for my name to be stored in a database. I hate when they lie and say this isn't a money making scheme and the costs will just cover the program....... BS....
  20. National Saltwater Angler Registry - Maryland DNR's Fisheries Service
  21. preseason stocking is underway http://www.dnr.state.md.us/fisheries/stocking/springtroutstock.html
  22. Here are links to Delaware, Maryland and Virginia's size and creel limits. This is something you should check now and again every year there are sure to be some changes with size or creel limits. **** Make sure you check all links on these sites there are some areas like Coastal Bays and other places that have different size and creel limets ***** Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife Maryland Tidal Recreational Fisheries Regulations Virginia Marine Resource Commission
  23. Nice picture, Ben. Good shot!