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.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it is halfway through its summer flounder survey and the response from fishermen has been good.
A Denton man has been charged with stabbing his fishing mate during an outing at Crouse Park in Caroline County.
Organizers say fish are plentiful for this weekend’s Ocean City Tuna Tournament.
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Maryland’s governor has scheduled an announcement next week on the Chesapeake Bay’s crab fishery.
The Coast Guard is warning people who pay to go fishing on the Chesapeake Bay to avoid illegal charter boats.
As an algae with a gross nickname invades pristine trout streams across the U.S., Maryland is about to become the first state to enforce a ban on a type of footgear the organism uses to hitchhike from stream to stream: felt-soled fishing boots.
It’s an ambitious goal: make the Inner Harbor a place for swimming and fishing by 2020. One Baltimore organization says it can be done.