Records are made to be broken, right? My best guess is Jeff Wright wasn’t hoping his record would be broken so soon, though. On Aug. 16, a Pasadena woman caught a new Maryland state record common dolphinfish (also called mahi mahi), effectively cutting short Wright’s three-week reign at the top.

See if you can guess where I went last weekend. Here are some clues:

How many times have you been so close to a bald eagle you could literally reach out your hand and touch it?

It’s that time of year again. The White Marlin Open is back in Ocean City for its 46th year and the tournament keeps getting bigger and bigger.

I’m a big fan of summertime. I do enjoy the outdoors all year, but summer is the peak for me.

The words fast and furious could describe the fishing this past week. Just about everything is biting just about everywhere.

What do you call it when hundreds of kids and their families, experts and hobbyists from around the region and volunteers and staff of Annmarie Garden in Dowell convene on a Sunday afternoon to learn about and celebrate everything buggy? Insectival, of course.

Mike DelVisco, a full-time professional bass fisherman sponsored by Texas Roadhouse, has competed on the Bassmaster and PAA tours and currently competes on the Bassmaster Open Series.

You’ve probably been to a couple of corn mazes in your lifetime, right around the time the leaves begin to change color and kids start planning what they’re going to be for Halloween. But that kind of fun isn’t limited to October anymore.

Summer is in full swing at our house. Tan lines, sweet iced tea and fishing are on my kids’ minds these days.

When I think of owls, my mind immediately turns to either the great horned owl or the barn owl.

Is catching a snakehead something you dream of? There’s a very good chance you can cross that item off your bucket list this summer.

Back in April, a Labrador retriever puppy named Scout came to live with us. He’s the first dog we’ve had as a pet, after a long line of cats and an even longer line of birds.

A few weeks ago, I found out I’d be traveling to Cape May, New Jersey at the end of June.

The biggest news coming out of Ocean City last week was the sighting of a camera-happy manatee that somehow got lost and was roaming around the basin at Sunset Marina.

Back in April, I mentioned we’d be adding a Labrador retriever puppy to our family.

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources just released the figures for the two fish lifts that operate every spring to allow the passage of migratory fish such as American shad and river herring.