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.
The city of Frederick has banned fishing around a heavily traveled one-mile portion of Carroll Creek due to safety concerns.
Fishermen are preparing to compete in Ocean City’s annual tuna tournament.
A natural talent for seeking out natural places has brought a Maryland man more attention than he feels comfortable with.
Maryland is offering free fishing days this summer to encourage residents to enjoy the state’s waterways.
Maryland natural resources officials say Diamond Jim is on the loose.
Tens of millions of gallons. That’s how much raw sewage has flowed into the Patapsco River this week.
Swimming and fishing aren’t activities that often come to mind when most think about Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources has proposed suspending the fishing licenses of 60 recreational anglers. The department says the suspensions are for violations including fishing during closed seasons, in closed areas, possessing female crabs and exceeding daily catch limits.