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To post a report please email your name, hometown, photos, location information, and the content for your report to fishingreports.dnr@maryland.gov. All information is optional, but encouraged.

Important Note: If anyone in your picture is under 18 years of age, we must have a photo release signed by a parent/guardian before we can post your picture. By sending any photos or art to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources you are giving DNR permission to use the image(s) online and in print. You are also giving DNR permission to distribute the photo for non-commercial purposes to other media, print, digital and television for their use. You are not giving up your copyright, but are allowing the photo(s) to be used for educational and news purposes. All Photos will be made available on Fisheries Service Flickr Page.

There will be a 2014 end-of-year random drawing from angler's participating in any of the Volunteer Angler Surveys. We encourage anglers to continue to report snakehead catches through the Inland Freshwater survey in addition to their Angler's Log submission. The information helps our biologists better understand the various species and water systems they utilize.

Maryland Fishing Challenge Logo showing striped bassA new component of the Maryland Fishing Challenge includes invasive species reports submitted to the Angler's Log. Beginning during the 2013/2014 tournament, Angler's Log entries which include Blue Catfish, Northern Snakehead or Flathead Catfish, at any length in size, will be eligible for up to two prizes via a random drawing at the annual Maryland Fishing Challenge Finale. Fish must be kept and a photo showing the kept fish is mandatory. Multiple entries are allowed, but each fish can only be entered once. Remember, all invasive species must be dead to be entered and there is no catch and release category. Visit the Maryland fishing Challenge web site to read the complete set of rules.

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  1. Steven Snyder, Youth Angler
  2. Total Reports: 4
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Posted on April 3, 2015 | Permalink

Trout Fishing in Cecil County

Type: Freshwater
Region: North Eastern
Location: Rising Sun Pond, Fairhill NRC, Principio Creek

With all this silly weather up here in Cecil County, one day in shorts and opening day in the snow 13 yr old Steven is catching trout every where.

Tags: rainbow trout


  1. Tim Bready, Recreational Angler
  2. Hughesville, MD
  3. Total Reports: 1
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Posted on April 3, 2015 | Permalink

Nice Sized Rainbow in Hughesville

Type: Freshwater
Region: Southern
Location: Hughesville Pond

Wednesday afternoon March 28 while fishing the Hughesville Pond I set the hook and surprise! Here is a picture of what was at the end of the line. A 24.75 inch, 8 pound, 15.75 inch girth rainbow trout. Thank you MD DNR stocking program.

Tags: rainbow trout


  1. Zeljko Koretic, Recreational Angler
  2. Total Reports: 11
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Posted on April 3, 2015 | Permalink

Good Looking Golden

Type: Freshwater
Region: Central
Location: Patapsco River

This golden rainbow trout was caught from the Patapsco River. It was 19.5 inches and 4 lbs.

Tags: golden rainbow trout


  1. John Wilson, Recreational Angler
  2. Finksburg, MD
  3. Total Reports: 1
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Posted on April 3, 2015 | Permalink

Morgan Run Brown Trout

Type: Freshwater
Region: Central
Location: Morgan Run

I caught this nice brown trout at Morgan Run in Carroll County Maryland. I caught it using a red spinner with a copper blade on an ultralight with 4 pound line. It was my biggest brown trout caught on April 1st.

Tags: brown trout


  1. Montana Grant, Recreational Angler
  2. Total Reports: 9
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Posted on April 3, 2015 | Permalink

Gwynn Falls Trout Putting Up a Fight

Type: Freshwater
Region: Central
Location: Gwynns Falls

I fished the Gwynns Falls Monday and had a great time. Plenty of trout and very few fishermen. Saw a herd of deer cross where I was fishing. I also caught this 20 inch golden rainbow trout. He fought like crazy and I was as excited as if it were my first trout. Thanks for stocking such great fish! Tight lines.

Tags: Rainbow Trout, Golden Rainbow Trout


  1. Montana Grant, Recreational Angler
  2. Total Reports: 9
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Posted on April 2, 2015 | Permalink

First Fish for These Ladies

Type: Freshwater
Region: Central
Location: Big Gunpowder and St. Pauls

Whitney Reynolds first trout of the season! She is showing the boys how it is done! This trout was caught on the Big Gunpowder using a secret bait!

Ava Lowers catches her first yellow perch at St. Pauls! Go Girl!!!

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Tags: rainbow trout, yellow perch


  1. Matthew Bishop, Youth Angler
  2. Hagerstown, MD
  3. Total Reports: 11
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Posted on April 2, 2015 | Permalink

Trout Fishing Kids

Type: Freshwater
Region: Western
Location: Little Antietam Creek

Matthew, age 12 and Ryan, age 5 caught their limit at Little Antietam Creek in Keedysville, MD.

Tags: rainbow trout


  1. David Redden, Recreational Angler
  2. St. Leonard, MD
  3. Total Reports: 19
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Posted on April 2, 2015 | Permalink

Succes in Salisbury

Type: Tidal
Region: Eastern
Location: Bell Creek

Easter Break is upon me so my family and I headed to Salisbury to visit my mother. Each morning I've been waking up and heading to a different location to try a little freshwater fishing. Wednesday morning I went over to Pemberton Historical Park to give the Bell Creek a try. I was casting an inch and half curly tail grub on a 1/16 oz jig and was able to catch a few crappie and bluegills. I switched colors from a green with silver flecks to a lemon yellow. I made my cast and started to retrieve when I felt the line tighten. After a few minutes, everything came together and I was taking photos of a 21" chain pickerel, my first of the year, and only third in my time of fishing. All were released healthy to fight again.

Tags: bluegill, chain pickerel, crappie


  1. Richard White, Recreational Angler
  2. Severna Park, MD
  3. Total Reports: 11
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Posted on April 2, 2015 | Permalink

Catching Fish Every Night

Type: Freshwater
Region: Southern
Location: Ane Arundel County Ponds

Catching crappie, largemouth bass, and big yellow perch like this nearly 13 inch fattie. Were fishing two ponds in Anne Arundel Co. Even with evenings in the 40s weve been catching fish every single night after work for two weeks. Crappie on minnows under a bobber, bass and Perch on minnows on the bottom.

Tags: yellow perch, crappie, largemouth bass


  1. Eric Zile, Recreational Angler
  2. Union Bridge
  3. Total Reports: 1
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Posted on April 2, 2015 | Permalink

One Big Trout

Type: Freshwater
Region: Central
Location: Roberts Field Pond

Eric Zile of Union Bridge caught this 27 inch rainbow trout at Roberts Field Pond in Taneytown, after suffering through some cold, breezy conditions on the morning of March 30th.

Tags: rainbow trout

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