Tuesday, May 14, 2013

MD DNR's Week Ahead and News Clippings


Here is a look at the Week Ahead:

May 14th (Tuesday): Meeting of the MD DNR Sport Fisheries Advisory Commission, from 2-5 PM at the Tawes State Office Bulding, Annapolis, MD. For more information:  http://1.usa.gov/10LENX5
May 15th (Wednesday): MD DNR Fisheries Service Regulatory Open House - Gear: 3-7 PM @ Greenbriar State park in Boonsboro, MD. For more information, contact: jholtz@dnr.state.md.us

May 16th (Thursday): Meeting of the MD DNR Tidal Fisheries Advisory Commission, from 2-5 PM at the Tawes State Office Building in Annapolis, MD. For more information:  

May 16th (Thursday): The Spring/Summer resident fishery for striped bass on Chesapeake Bay begins. 18" minimum size, 2 fish/person/day creel limit in the mainstem of the Chesapeake Bay from the Brewerton Channel couth to the Virginia Line. Geographical restrictions for striped bass spawning remain in place. Susquehanna Flats & Northeast River is open to recreational harvest of striped bass with a minimum size of 18" and maximum size of 26" and daily creel limit of 1 fish/person/day. For more information see: http://bit.ly/17SL2Pj

Recent Fisheries Related News Clippings:

National and Regional
Managing our nations Fisheries Findings
NOAA Fisheries

Day 1 of Fish Buzz Bingo Ends
The Outdoor Wire

Habitat Restoration Yields Long Term Benefits to Fishermen
The Fishing Wire

Marine Recreational Fishing's Impact Rivals Commercial Sector
The Outdoor Hub

Chesapeake Bay

Natural Resources Court Expands into Southern MD
Southern Maryland news

Natural Gas Booms top 3 LNG Exporters
Seeking Alpha

To Clean Up the Chesapeake Bay: Unleash Oysters

Crab Prices Up, Numbers Down

Chesapeake Bay Trophy Rockfish: Awesome Fish-Still Lots of Work

Eco Groups Worried About Maryland LNG Export Terminal 

Researchers Think Eco Groups Worried About Maryland LNG Export Terminal 

Maryland Changes Management of Striped Bass 

Board Approves 97 Million for Sewage Treatment Plant  

Atlantic Coast
Maryland and DOD Partner to Protect Coastal Resources 
The Fishing Wire

Maryland Shark Fin Law Exempts some Species 
The Star Democrat

EPA: Susquehanna River Not Listed as Impaired

Dishing the Dam Dirt, Dealing with the Sediment at Conowingo Dam
The Cecil Whig

Youth Fishing Derby at Maryland's New Germany Park
The Fishing Wire

Public Invited to Discussion of Plight of the Smallmouth Bass
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Florida Scientists Discover new Species of Bass
The Outdoor Hub

Smallmouth Bass Repopulating the Shenandoah River

Maryland Department of Natural Resources  
Fisheries Service

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