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held on Satur­day, June 3.

Nick Lom­bardi caught the long­est striped bass at 41 inches to win the Light Tackle di­vi­sion. Ti­mothy Deane took sec­ond with a 37-incher and Matt Boomer took third (36.25).

Sean Fitz­patrick caught a 31.6-inch rock­fish to win the Fly fish­ing di­vi­sion. Mike Dun­lap placed sec­ond with a 24-incher and Mo­ran Kupfer took third (22.6).

Chuck Cham­ber reeled in a 27.7-incher to win the Kayak di­vi­sion. He was fol­lowed by Mike Rada (26.5) and Nathan Oaks (26).

James Boc­ca­bello caught a 31.3-incher to win the Youth di­vi­sion. Car­son Sloat took sec­ond (30.1) and Ni­cholas Long third (29.3).

The team with the best 3-Fish Stringer (110.7) was com­posed of Shawn Kim­bro, Rich Jenk­ins, Jamie Clough and Lom­bardi.


Fish­ing re­port

Drift­ing live eels along the deeper edges near Pooles and Hart Miller Is­lands, where striped bass can be found sus­pended, has been pro­duc­tive in the up­per Ch­e­sa­peake Bay. The bridge piers of the Fran­cis Scott Key Bridge have also been a good place to drift live eels.


Duck blind know-it-all

A blonde squir­rel has a lessthan-nor­mal amount of melanin, a pig­ment de­riv­a­tive of the amino acid ty­ro­sine.

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