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March 2018

Full Blue Easter Moon

Tonight is the last blue moon of the year.  This is when two full moons occur in the same month, hence the term once in  a blue moon..  The march full moon is called the Worm Moon by most native american tribes.  "At the time of this spring Moon, the ground begins to soften and earthworm casts reappear, inviting the return of robins.…
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Lot of Food In The Water

We have been on the beach the past few days fishing and exploring the tidelines.  That is where you find some of the best evidence of fish in the surf.  Yesterday I found a bunch of crab claws and one or two spider crab molts.  That is always a good sign if they are molting. Today I found a sea robin minnow that was still alive. I…
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Easter Beach Cleanup

Great morning to walk the beach and collect trash.  Seriously, it was nice out.  I wish we were fishing instead, the gannets were circling hard and raining on bait.  There are bunker out there, you can see a lot of slicks out front.  That was all I could think about while I was walking the beach,  I wish I was fishing and why isn't…
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Beach Clean Ups

The weekly beach clean ups are going well.  Despite the fact the storms cleaned the beaches off we are still finding at least a bag of trash on the beaches.  The heavy winds are sweeping most of the trash into the dunes or burying it in the sand. It doesn't take as long to clean a beach when the trash is limited.  It is kind of…
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Maryland Set To Reduce Striped Bass Size

Emergency Action Seeks to Reduce Minimum Size Requirement for Striped Bass March 27, 2018 Move to 19-Inch Rockfish Comes After Robust Stakeholder Input; Maintains Conservation Levels The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is moving forward with emergency regulations that will reduce the minimum size of striped bass for charter boat and…
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