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Muskrat Trapping Season Extended in Select Maryland Counties

Weather Conditions Lead to Additional Week for Trapping The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has added a one-week extension to the muskrat trapping season in all counties except Allegany, Carroll, Frederick, Garrett, Howard, and Washington. The revised season will now close March 22, 2022, to make up for unfavorable weather conditions. An extremely cold winter and more recent  Read the Rest…


Muskrat Trapping Extended in Select Maryland Counties

Additional Time for Weather-Dampened Regions The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has added a week to the state’s muskrat trapping season in Eastern, Southern and portions of Central Maryland. The revised season will now close March 22 in the affected counties to make up for unfavorable weather conditions — an extremely cold winter and recent tide fluctuations —  Read the Rest…


Trapper Education Course Offered in September

Registration Required by Sept. 14 The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is holding a trapper education course from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 22, 2018, at the Casselman Valley Sportsman’s Club in Garrett County (8751 National Pike, Grantsville). Anyone interested in trapping furbearers, under the authority of a Furbearer Permit, must first obtain a Certificate of  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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