Suspected Poacher Eaten By Lions He Was Illegally HuntingAccording to local reports, only the man's head was left next to a rifle and some ammunition in the bushes of a private game park.
Two Md. Poachers Banned For Life From Fishing Striped BassTwo Talbot County men are banned for life from fishing striped bass after they were convicted of poaching and selling nearly $500,000 of striped bass over a four-year span, authorities said.
Police Turn To Tech In Pursuit Of Oyster ThievesA sophisticated radar and camera system installed along the Chesapeake Bay is acting as another set of eyes for Maryland Natural Resources Police who have successfully tracked watermen poaching oysters from state sanctuaries -- and already won their first court case against two of them -- since the system went online Oct. 1.
Rockfish Poaching Bust Nets 2 Baltimore County MenCrime bust on the Chesapeake Bay! Two Baltimore County men face nearly a million dollars in fines after they're caught stealing hundreds of pounds of striped bass. It happened on the Patapsco River.
Sparked By Overfishing, Imported Seafood Could Be DangerousIs there something fishy in your fish? There are tough questions about the safety of the seafood on your dinner plate.
Md. Watermen Complain About Devices Found On BoatsOfficials with Maryland's Department of Natural Resources say the agency can use tracking devices while investigating poachers.
Striped Bass Fishing Season Ending EarlyThey cheat and steal, while those who play by the rules are being hurt. Poachers on the Chesapeake have taken so much fish that their actions have triggered drastic action by the state.