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« on: October 07, 2020, 05:30:55 PM »

Been a while, so.....Do I need a license($10?)for each of us(2) on the boat to catch more than 1 bushel?...I used to go enough to buy it every year, but it's been about 12 yrs since...If so, are they available online(did not look yet)....Also, if we take a boat/trailer, we need a launch permit OR pay a daily fee??...Lets say the Wye or Chester....Asking because IF we go EARLY, there is probably nothing open to purchase...
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« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2020, 05:42:26 PM »

Been a while, so.....Do I need a license($10?)for each of us(2) on the boat to catch more than 1 bushel?...I used to go enough to buy it every year, but it's been about 12 yrs since...If so, are they available online(did not look yet)....Also, if we take a boat/trailer, we need a launch permit OR pay a daily fee??...Lets say the Wye or Chester....Asking because IF we go EARLY, there is probably nothing open to purchase...

Yes, need 2 licenses to keep more than 1 bushel

Yes, they are available online....  MD Compass system @  https://dnr.maryland.gov/Pages/service_license.aspx

For the Wye or any Talbot county ramps, yes need a yearly permit, Chester, depends on the ramp.  County ramp yes, private ramp, its up to them.  QA county ramp can be a 3 day pass



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