Cap’n. Larry Jarboe: Seven Trailer Tips for Happier Boating and Fishing

Now, I never make a long trip without a full inventory of repair parts, tools, and tires. Though an additional eight hours of driving was a nuisance, I do not have any real horror stories to share though I have trailered boats since my teenaged years for many thousands of miles.
Surely, you have seen hapless mariners who have separated their tow vehicles or boats from their trailers on the highway or lost their whole rig, truck and all, down the ramp. Follow these simple lessons and you will not find yourself in such dire straits.

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Crowds Surge at Ocean City

The cash registers were jingling at thousands of retail stores as shoppers loaded up on groceries and other items needed to fuel families on vacation at the beach this past weekend, throughout the Eastern Shore of Maryland but especially at Ocean City.

The sales tax collection for Gov. Martin O’Malley’s spending programs must have been tremendous while a review of roadside campaign clutter revealed that the big fight between O’Malley’s junior partner and Republican Larry Hogan has yet to catch fire.

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Two Somerset watermen convicted of poaching oysters with radar system; Judge cites record of repeated violations

This is one Judge who didn’t get bribed with free oysters left on their back porch… ANNAPOLIS, MD. — In the first major courtroom test of the Maryland Natural Resources Police’s newest enforcement tool, two Somerset County watermen were found guilty Monday of harvesting oysters from a State sanctuary. Officers used the Maritime Law Enforcement […]

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Joseph A. Hands Jr.

Joseph Aloysius Hands, Jr. Born February 27, 1933 in Eldorado, Arkansas. He was the son of the late Joseph A. Hands, Sr. and Erma E. Hands. Joe graduated from St. Johns High School and attended Duke University on a full football scholarship. From Duke he joined the United States Marine Corp during the Korea war […]

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