Take recreation survey online
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources encourages Marylanders to share their thoughts about state parks and other public lands by taking a quick and easy online survey.
Cannon celebrates NRP’s birthday For the Times-News
The Maryland Natural Resource Police will turn 145 on March 30. In celebration, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has partnered with Visit Baltimore to exhibit its historic cannon through late April at the Baltimore Inner Harbor Visitor’s Center.
J.T. Kenney starts new tourney year
Former Frostburg resident J.T. Kenney is entering his 13th year as a professional bass fisherman and has finished in the money twice in 2013.
‘Chronicles’ features W.Va. fishing
More of West Virginia’s best fishing waters are scheduled to be showcased on episodes of the Outdoor Channel’s program “Fly Rod Chronicles with Curtis Fleming.” The 2013 season premiere, which aired Jan. 1, featured trout fishing at Pipestem Resort State Park.
The 2012 West Virginia Big Game Bulletin is available at Division of Natural Resources district offices, the Elkins operations center and on the agency’s website.
There’s no reset button on a real firearm
It seems that everyone in this country has a solution for gun violence. As a member of a group of people that is facing proposed restrictions to a lifestyle, I would like to outline my plan on this issue.
SMILE You just might be standing in front of somone’s trail camera
I admit to a little bit of obsessive behavior, though in my mind I am still within the normal range.
Little concern for the average hunter
I believe I represent the average hunter. I am fortunate to be able to take a one-week vacation to hunt deer in my home state. I choose not to hunt on Sundays because seven days of dawn to dusk hunting is more than enough for me. I am very fortunate to be allowed to hunt on private property, but also hunt on surrounding and nearby state land.
Keep Texas dung out of Garrett County
I’m an outdoorsman, been one all my life. I don’t profess to know a darn thing about QDMAs that Mr. Leatherman expounded about on your page. I do know that comparing Garrett County’s way of managing 76,000 acres of public land is an entirely different undertaking than the King Ranch Private Enterprise of 825,000 acres (in Texas).
Leave wheelbarrow at home
I am writing this letter to you, not to disrespect anyone, but to bring up a point that has been on my mind for a while now. Bow hunting is my strongest passion.
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