Worcester County Encourages People To Follow Stay At Home Order

Worcester County Encourages People To Follow Stay At Home Order

(Editor’s Note: The following is a press release dated March 30 from Worcester County Public Information Officer Kim Moses.)SNOW HILL — The Worcester County Commissioners urge visitors and residents alike to comply with the Stay At Home order issued earlier today by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan.“Protecting public health is our highest priority throughout the duration of… Read more »

Assateague Island Shut Down

WOW!!  That’s really all I can think to start off by saying.  COVID-19 has truly got us in unprecedented times and decisions from elected officials have reached further and effected more than I originally expected.  I’m reely starting to get stir crazy for sure.  My family and I have quarantined for a couple of weeks,… Read more »

Shooting Big Snakeheads

Another nice day in and around Ocean City today with warm temps and sunny skies.  We look to have some reely warm weather toward the end of the week with highs reaching into the 70s.  Unfortunately it’s going to get that way with a strong push out of the south that will make it down… Read more »

Tautog in the Back Bay

Beautiful day in and around Ocean City today with light winds, sunny skies and warm temperatures….I felt it for about :10 minutes on my trip to the hardware store to get “tear out your bathroom floor” supplies.  Anyway…..Most of you probably know that Governor Larry Hogan ordered all bars and restaurants in Maryland closed the… Read more »

Maryland 2020 Atlantic Coast Striped Bass Regulations for Recreational Anglers and Charter Boats

Effective April 1, 2020Striped Bass Regulations for Recreational Anglers and Charter BoatsSIZE LIMIT28″ to less than 35″CREEL LIMITOne (1) Per Person Per Day from the Atlantic Ocean, it’s Coastal Bays and their tributaries.The post Maryland 2020 Atlantic Coast Striped Bass Regulations for Recreational Anglers and Charter Boats appeared first on Fishing Reports & News Ocean… Read more »