For most Southern Maryland fishermen, a rite of passage each spring is catching yellow perch.
One of the best things about living in Southern Maryland is that you don’t have to drive very far to enjoy the finest of fishing opportunities.
Often when I discuss the harvest numbers for the three big hunting seasons in Maryland (turkey, bear and deer), I get emails from well-meaning folk who take offense at the term harvest.
We’re getting ready to move to our new house soon, and just like most folks who make the move from city life to country life, I’ve been dreaming about how exactly I can get my hands dirty this summer.
Chances are if you’re a fisherman, you’ve already heard the news that came out of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission winter meeting about striped bass.
Did you have an extra spring in your step the past couple of days? The warm weather has given us all something to smile about and a reason to be outside.
My husband’s brother and his wife live nearby, and every few weeks they offer to bring over a pizza and catch up with the family over dinner. It’s always nice to chat, but just as nice not to have to cook.
Attending outdoor shows in the wintertime is one of the best ways to get your juices flowing and your mental wheels turning to plan out your spring, summer and fall activities.
If you read the fishing report that’s printed in this space every Friday from April to October, you’re familiar with all sorts of fish species from bluegill to blue marlin and catfish to rockfish. But here’s a fish that showed up in Ocean City this past summer that you might not be familiar …