Trout Hits Birthday HR, Angels' 8-4 Win Over O'sTrout homered on his birthday for the third time in his career, and Chris Iannetta delivered a go-ahead, two-run double in the Los Angeles Angels' 8-4 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Friday night.
Trout Production To Resume At Western Md. SiteThe Department of Natural Resources says it's preparing to resume trout production at a western Maryland facility closed seven years ago after fish there were found to be infected with a trout-killing parasite.
Group Touts Western Md. Trout Stream RestorationA national conservation group is touting the restoration of a western Maryland trout stream polluted by acid mine drainage.
Md. Begins Trout Stocking In Streams And Lakes Maryland natural resources officials say trout stocking has begun in streams and lakes across the state.
Superstorm Sandy Killed 7,000 Md. Hatchery TroutThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources says Superstorm Sandy killed more than 7,000 trout at a western Maryland trout hatchery in October.
Trout Transition From The Classroom To The CreekAfter four months of feeding, caring for and tending to 175 tiny rainbow trout living in a 55-gallon fish tank, a group of Middletown High School students turned the fish loose to fend for themselves.
Mild Winter Lets Maryland's DNR Stock Trout EarlyMaryland fisheries officials say mild winter weather has allowed them to get an early start stocking trout streams.
DNR Trout Stocking Underway In Md. WaterwaysMaryland fisheries officials say trout stocking is underway statewide.
Vendor Of Diseased Trout Had Proper DocumentationA Maryland fisheries official says a vendor who supplied trout infected with whirling disease had filed the proper paperwork.
DNR: Whirling Disease In Trout Bought For StockingThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources says whirling disease has been found in a delivery of 8,000 trout stocked in several western Maryland streams.
Didymo Algae Causing Problems For TroutMaryland is engaged in a full-time fight against non-native species invading the state, everything from stink bugs to mute swans. One of the biggest challenges is a foreign type of algae and the battleground is footwear.
In Md., Felt Boots Blamed For Invasive 'Rock Snot'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.