EASTON, MD. — There are so many Maryland watermen raiding the oyster sanctuaries that the Maryland Natural Resources Police might have to bring in a barge with a portable jail cell on it to contain them as they run around the Bay picking them up when they are caught. The problem with that is that the Maryland General Assembly doesn’t include jail time for serial poachers.
Pirate Poachers of Chesapeake: Maryland plays catch and release with poachers; Virginia revokes 12 commercial watermen licences for 2 years for violations
Waterman Billy Smith of Smith Island hardly misses a year without being caught poaching SMITH ISLAND, MD. — The Pirate Poachers of the Chesapeake are …
Aerial tour of snow-covered Southern Maryland via drone
Police said that before his capture that Moore should be considered armed and dangerous. Now he should be considered fresh meat when greeted by the welcoming committee of the Black Guerrilla Family when he shows up in prison.
I was talking to someone the other day about when I first took over Pt. Lookout Hotel. I spoke of the complexity of the electrical …
SANDY POINT, MD. — A holiday turned into one of misery and mystery when a man fell from his sailboat near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge on New Year’s Eve; the week before, two men fishing in the Potomac were lucky to be found after their boat sunk.
Nelson has a history of poaching convictions dating back to the mid-1990s involving illegal crabbing, oyster harvesting, and hunting.
“With such a healthy bear population throughout Western Maryland, this hunt is an essential tool used to slow the growth of the bear population. Congratulations to all the hunters.”
A Halloween visit to Point No Point Lighthouse