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Posts tagged ‘snakehead’

31
Jul

Four New Maryland Fishing Records Set

Maryland angler catches first State record snakehead

Berry holding his record snakehead

Berry and his record snakehead

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources certified two northern snakehead, one cobia and one wahoo State record fish in June. The first-ever record snakehead was trumped in a matter of hours by another angler’s catch.   Read more »

27
Mar

DNR Revamps Volunteer Angler Survey

Aidan and Colin Griffin proudly displaying thier catch.

Maryland’s online Volunteer Angler Survey now has a new look, an added fish species and great prizes! The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) developed the new and improved survey to be more user-friendly, gather additional information and offer incentives to those who participate. Read more »

28
Feb

DNR Announces Snakehead Contest Winners

Dave Gedra of Fairfax Station, Va., caught his snakehead fishing in Mattawoman Creek, Potomac River Basin at Indian Head, Md.

Dave Gedra of Fairfax Station, Va., caught his snakehead fishing in Mattawoman Creek

Three anglers won nearly $300 in prizes for catching and killing snakehead fish in the Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) 2012 Snakehead Contest. Through the contest, 256 anglers removed nearly 600 fish from the Potomac River system. To enter, participants shared their experiences on the Department’s Angler’s Log, reporting how they caught the invasive fish, where they found them, some even sharing delicious ways to prepare them. Read more »

16
Apr

DNR Snakehead Clarifies Snakehead Drawing

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) would like to clarify the rules and prizes for the Second Annual Snakehead Contest. There are no cash rewards for catching and killing a snakehead. DNR will draw three names at random from the list of anglers who submit a photo of their snakehead catch to the DNR Anglers Log.

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