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The Daily Record
Md. bans 2 men from fishing for striped bass for lifeANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has banned two men fro
Md. bans 2 men from fishing for striped bass for life
The Daily Record / Posted yesterday
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has banned two men from fishing for striped bass for life after they were convicted in a poaching scheme. The department said in a news release Monday that Michael Hayden Jr. and William Lednum... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Two Md. Poachers Banned For Life From Fishing Striped Bassthey were convicted of poaching and selling nearly $500,000 of striped bass ove
Two Md. Poachers Banned For Life From Fishing Striped Bass
CBS Baltimore / Posted yesterday
they were convicted of poaching and selling nearly $500,000 of striped bass over a four-year span, authorities said. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources imposed the lifetime bans on Michael Hayden Jr. and William Lednum, both of Tilghman... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Two Convicted Poachers in Talbot County Banned From Striped Bass Fisheryselling nearly $500,000 of striped bass over four years have received lifetime
Two Convicted Poachers in Talbot County Banned From Striped Bass Fishery
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 2 days ago
selling nearly $500,000 of striped bass over four years have received lifetime bans from taking part in that fishery by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Michael D. Hayden Jr. and William J. Lednum, both of Tilghman Island, have... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Maryland watermen banned for life following rockfish poaching convictionsShore watermen convicted last year of a large poaching scheme have received lif
Maryland watermen banned for life following rockfish poaching convictions
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Shore watermen convicted last year of a large poaching scheme have received lifetime bans from striped bass fishery by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Michael D. Hayden Jr. and William J. Lednum, both of Tilghman Island, pleaded... Read more
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Bay Weekly
Putting Some Skin in the Gamelaw student taking a Ferris Bueller-type day away from my studies to attend a T
Putting Some Skin in the Game
Bay Weekly / Posted 6 days ago
law student taking a Ferris Bueller-type day away from my studies to attend a Tributary Strategies Team meeting at the Maryland Department of Natural Resources in Annapolis. A guy swept into the room, and it seemed like all the oxygen suddenly... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Black Bears Seen Wandering Md. NeighborhoodsBALTIMORE, Md (WJZ)–The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says residents
Black Bears Seen Wandering Md. Neighborhoods
CBS Baltimore / Posted 14 days ago
BALTIMORE, Md (WJZ)–The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says residents should be on alert after juvenile black bears have been spotted around several suburban Maryland areas in recent weeks, including Baltimore County, Howard, Montgomery and... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Hart-Miller Island to open 300 acres to publicThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources will open 300 acres of Hart-Miller
Hart-Miller Island to open 300 acres to public
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources will open 300 acres of Hart-Miller Island State Park to the public on Friday. Hart-Miller is a 1,100-acre island built largely by dredged materials at the mouth of the Back River on the Chesapeake Bay. It... Read more
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NBC Washington
Virginia Woman Lost in Western Md Forest; Found Hours LaterPotomac State Forest, located near Oakland, Maryland, when they became separate
Virginia Woman Lost in Western Md Forest; Found Hours Later
NBC Washington / Posted 24 days ago
Potomac State Forest, located near Oakland, Maryland, when they became separated around 8 p.m. Saturday, according to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. The two were looking for fiddlehead ferns, a leafy vegetable known to grow in the... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
SUV Sinks At Sandy Point Beach As Owner Tries To Launch Boat— No one was hurt when an SUV became completely submerged in the water at Sandy
SUV Sinks At Sandy Point Beach As Owner Tries To Launch Boat
CBS Baltimore / Posted 28 days ago
— No one was hurt when an SUV became completely submerged in the water at Sandy Point State Park Wednesday, according to Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police. The boat owner was backing it down the ramp to launch and either did not... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Legally blind man originally from York, missing in Marylandpicked up at the park by someone, he could have told them that he was from York
Legally blind man originally from York, missing in Maryland
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 28 days ago
picked up at the park by someone, he could have told them that he was from York, Pennsylvania, and may be returned there. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call Maryland Department of Natural resources police at (410) 260... Read more
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WBAL-TV Baltimore
Man reported missing at Sandy Point State Park230 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. Brabham suffers from mental illn
Man reported missing at Sandy Point State Park
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 28 days ago
230 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. Brabham suffers from mental illness and is not familiar with the area. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call Maryland Department of Natural Resources police at 410-2... Read more
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The Daily Record
Maryland reduces permit fees for falconry, off-roadingANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is lowering the cost o
Maryland reduces permit fees for falconry, off-roading
The Daily Record / Posted 29 days ago
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is lowering the cost of falconry. The agency announced May 23 it has reduced the cost of an annual falconry permit from $25 to $10. The permit is required for hunting wildlife with a trained... Read more
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NBC Washington
Record-Breaking Snakehead Caught in Potomac RiverA Maryland man has caught a record-breaking snakehead fish in the Potomac River
Record-Breaking Snakehead Caught in Potomac River
NBC Washington / Posted 1 months ago
A Maryland man has caught a record-breaking snakehead fish in the Potomac River. Maryland Department of Natural Resources Communication Director Steven Schatz says that on May 20, Emory Baldwin was finishing a fishing trip on the Maryland side of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Snakehead record broken on Potomac Riverfirst saw the fish on Baldwin’s side of the boat, and the Indian Head resident
Snakehead record broken on Potomac River
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
first saw the fish on Baldwin’s side of the boat, and the Indian Head resident snagged it with his compound bow. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources confirmed the record at the Gray Brothers Market in Marbury. The state usually... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Record-Breaking Snakehead Caught In Potomac Riverthey decided to check the flats near Marshall Hall to see if the blue catfish h
Record-Breaking Snakehead Caught In Potomac River
CBS Baltimore / Posted 1 months ago
they decided to check the flats near Marshall Hall to see if the blue catfish had moved up into the grass, according to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. According to Baldwin, it was Shotwell who saw the big snakehead, but it was on his... Read more
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