Deer

Whether you’re a seasoned hunter with years of experience, or a novice sportsman with a new hunting license, Maryland has everything you need for a memorable deer hunt. From...

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Striped Bass

Known as Rockfish here in Maryland (a name given to the fish for hunting above the Chesapeake Bay’s rocky oyster beds), striped bass are a sought-after trophy fish up and down...

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Geese

If heading out into open country after flocks of geese is your idea of the perfect day, there’s no better place for your next goose trip than Maryland. Located in the...

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Marlin

Maryland stands alone when it comes to world-class white marlin fishing. As the White Marlin Capital of the World, we know a thing or two about these big, strong, exciting...

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Ducks

Maryland’s history and tradition of waterfowl hunting is as rich as any in the world. Presidents and kings have been drawn to hunting ducks on the Chesapeake Bay for...

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Largemouth Bass

From big-timers, to first-timers, everyone loves largemouth bass. Considered the most popular sportfish in the United States, largemouth bass offer a fun fishing experience no...

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Turkey

Avid and novice sportsmen enjoy hunting Maryland’s abundant wild turkey populations. Whether taking the kids on their first turkey hunt, or heading out with hunting buddies for...

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Trout

Known for its world-class stock, Maryland has some of the best trout fishing opportunities in the entire Mid-Atlantic region. With over 600 miles of freshwater rivers and streams...

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Bear

Black bear hunting in Maryland is generally restricted to the western region of the state. The mountainous terrain and untouched wildlands in this area is ideal habitat for...

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Tuna

One of the most sought after fish in the Atlantic Ocean, bluefin tuna can be found right off the coast of Maryland’s Eastern Shore. A big, strong fish, the bluefin provides...

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Small Game

Whether you’re a seasoned rabbit hunter, or taking the kids out on their first-ever hunt, Maryland’s small game species and opportunities cater to all skill sets. Cottontail...

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Smallmouth Bass

The smallmouth bass in Maryland offer a similar fishing experience to their largemouth cousins. They prefer fresh water, and stay mainly in rivers, reservoirs, ponds, lakes, and...

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Catfish

Home to three different types of catfish – white catfish, channel catfish, and blue catfish – Maryland offers a range of opportunities. Novice and avid sportsmen...

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Snakeheads

While the northern snakehead is an invasive species to Maryland’s waters, it has become popular among sport fishermen. These little-known fish come from Asia, and...

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Additional Bay

As the largest estuary in the entire U.S., the Chesapeake Bay is home to plenty of fish species. From Maryland’s favorites to some of its lesser-known species, there’s always...

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Additional Ocean

From offshore charters, to surf-fishing off from Maryland’s Atlantic coastline, jetties, and piers, there are plenty of places to fish in the ocean and plenty of species to...

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Additional Freshwater

Looking for more freshwater fish in Maryland? Check out some of the other great species found throughout our state: Bluegill Chain Pickerel Common Carp Longnose Gar Northern...

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Crabs

Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay are world renowned for their crabs. Crisfield, located in Somerset County, is known as the Crab Capital of the World. These tasty treats are...

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