Where is the best Trout Fishing in Maryland?

Where is the best Trout Fishing in Maryland?

Here is a list of all waters stocked by the state of Maryland. You are almost certain to find something near your home. If it is stocked, there will be fish there.

http://www.dnr.state.md.us/fisheries/stocking/2007springtroutschedule.html

This list has links to maps which show which sections of the streams or rivers were stocked.

http://www.dnr.state.md.us/fisheries/stocking/springstocktable.html

This is a map based index to the stocking locations.

http://www.dnr.state.md.us/fisheries/stocking/regionalmaps/regionalmap.html

These are the top 5 trout fishing locations according to Mid-Atlantic Game & Fish

http://www.midatlanticgameandfish.com/fishing/trout-fishing/at_040501/

Comments

  1. jc says:

    on the rivers… all of them trust me get a good day and youll eat for life
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  2. Lubers25 says:

    Here is a list of all waters stocked by the state of Maryland. You are almost certain to find something near your home. If it is stocked, there will be fish there.
    http://www.dnr.state.md.us/fisheries/stocking/2007springtroutschedule.html

    This list has links to maps which show which sections of the streams or rivers were stocked.
    http://www.dnr.state.md.us/fisheries/stocking/springstocktable.html

    This is a map based index to the stocking locations.
    http://www.dnr.state.md.us/fisheries/stocking/regionalmaps/regionalmap.html

    These are the top 5 trout fishing locations according to Mid-Atlantic Game & Fish
    http://www.midatlanticgameandfish.com/fishing/trout-fishing/at_040501/
    References :

  3. Dave_Stark says:

    If you want trout that will really test your fly fishing skills, try the catch-and-release section of the Gunpowder Falls — between the Prettyboy Dam and Bluemount Avenue. Rated as one of America’s 100 Best Trout Fishing streams:
    http://www.trails.com/tcatalog_trail.asp?trailid=FGU003-022

    Native browns there, up to about 14 inches, and they’ve seen it all, so if your presentation isn’t spot-on, you’ll get skunked (has happened to me many times).

    Deer Creek in Harford County is pretty popular — mostly because it’s stocked with dumb hatchery trout that are pretty easy to catch, and the access is trivially easy.

    The rest of the decent trout waters in Maryland are in the western part of the state. I haven’t personally fished them.
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  4. Deep Creek Info says:

    Garrett County in Western Maryland is known for excellent trout fishing due to its abundance of lake and river habitats, beautiful scenery and the DNR’s established stocking program. The Youghigheny river offers miles ands miles of excellent fishing spots and scenic waterfalls in a protected, natural setting. Additionally, Bear Creek is a local favorite, actually home to the MD DNR’s local fish hatchery.

    Deep Creek Lake, Jennings-Randolph Lake, the Savage River and the Savage River Reservoir are a few of the other great fishing spots in Garrett County.

    You can find lots more info on Garrett County and Deep Creek Lake by visiting: http://realty.railey.com
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