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Weekly Fishing Report: March 28

It’s safe to say that more than a few trout fishermen will spend a restless Friday night glancing at their alarm clocks. Opening Day holds all the promise and anticipation one can imagine, like something out of our youthful fantasies. A carnival-type atmosphere will greet most anglers as they arrive at the more popular and  Read the Rest…


Deer Poacher Sentenced in Kent County

Natural Resources Police Cite Others for Oyster, Striped Bass Violations The deer poacher convicted of killing a massive deer known as “mega-buck” on someone else’s property was sentenced Monday in Kent County Circuit Court. Ronald Wayne Roe, 29, of Worton was convicted in February 2017 of multiple poaching charges in district court and appealed the  Read the Rest…



Duck Hunter Rescued From Icy Patapsco River

River Rescue, Illegal Hunting Top Natural Resources Police Activities An Anne Arundel County man was rescued Thursday morning from the ice-clogged Patapsco River as he clung to the his overturned kayak. Randall Heath, 46, of Pasadena fell from his boat while duck hunting about a quarter-mile offshore. His life jacket did not inflate and could  Read the Rest…


Trapper Education Class Offered in Garrett County

Pre-registration Required Before Sept. 8 The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is offering a free class for anyone wanting to trap furbearers in the state. The class will take place Sept. 16, at Casselman Valley Sportsman’s Club in Grantsville. Pre-registration is required.



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AccessDNR September 2018

The September 2018 edition of a monthly video newsletter hosted by Emily Durell.

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