Most have us have seen it or smelled it. Trash in the Inner Harbor is a major problem and waterfront activists now have a new tool in fighting.
A Lanham man has been fined $2,000 after pleading guilty to catching more than 200 undersized striped bass during a fishing trip.
A Senate committee approved Joseph Gill’s nomination as secretary of Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources on Monday, despite Gill’s recent conflicts with commercial fishermen.
A House committee is holding off on a bill that would clarify the Department of Natural Resources’ authority to modify fishing seasons by public notice.
A fishing vessel catches fire in Ocean City. According to the O.C. Coast Guard, the boat caught fire near 5th Street Saturday afternoon about a quarter of a mile out in the water.
All eyes are on Ocean City, where a nationwide fishing tournament has just ended with more than a million dollars at stake. And an Anne Arundel County man may win it all.
A shark fin bill passed by Maryland lawmakers is drawing support from fishing and conservation interests.
A Virginia Beach charter fishing operator and a Maryland man have been sentenced for illegally fishing striped bass.
Chesapeake College will host a symposium on the economic impact of the commercial fishing industry.
A Coast Guard search was called off Thursday for a missing North Carolina man and his nephew, who apparently have become the latest in a string of family members to be lost on the water.
The U.S. Coast Guard says one man was rescued and two men are still missing after a fishing vessel became disabled 15 miles east of Assateague Island.
It’s an ambitious goal: Make the Inner Harbor a place for swimming and fishing by 2020. A new report card released this week shows volunteers are on track to do that.