Maryland has a beautiful bay that encourages and inspires a lot of anglers in this state. The Department of Natural Resources instructed that you are required to observe all other fishing laws and regulations. A free MD/PRFC angler registration is also required for anglers fishing without a license in designated license free fishing areas; you may register online too.
Below is the list of fishing areas in Maryland. Here you can find the best destinations for your tackling trips and fishing adventures.
– Annapolis–Maryland Route 450 old bridge at the Severn River.
– Cox’s Point on Back River and Deep Creek. Directions: Eastern Blvd. (Rt. 150) to Riverside Drive south.
– Canton Recreational Pier at Boston Street
– Hull Street Recreational Pier – Directions: Key Highway to Hull Street north.
– Middle Branch Park from fishing pier south of the Hanover–Pottee Street Bridges, to Hanover Street Bridge over Middle Branch. Directions: Route 2 to Middle Branch Park
– Denton–Pier associated with G. Daniel Crouse Memorial Park on the east side of Choptank River north of Maryland Route 404 Bridge.
– Charlestown–Town-owned stone wharf on the Northeast River near the corner of Conestoga and Water Streets and the historic site of Charlestown Wharf.
– North East–North East Community Park at mouth of North East Creek.
– Friendship Landing–County-owned pier and property adjacent to the pier off Friendship Landing Road southeast of Ironsides Riverside Road (Rt. 425) on Nanjemoy Creek.
– Cambridge–Long Wharf from south end of city-owned bulkhead associated with the Municipal Yacht Basin within Cambridge Creek to the end of east breakwater at mouth of the Municipal Yacht Basin.
– Havre de Grace–Tydings Memorial Park within designated area, and pier at the end of Congress Street.
– Chestertown–Maryland Route 213 Bridge over Chester River.
– Worton–Bridge No. K-004 over Still Pond Creek on Still Pond Creek Road near Chestertown.
– Princess Anne – The Manokin River Park along approximately 350 feet of the south bank of the Manokin River west of the bridge at Somerset Avenue and the west side of that bridge.
– Sharptown–Pier and town dock off Ferry Street on the Nanticoke River.
– Salisbury–Designated city-owned bulkhead on the Wicomico River between Mill Street and Division Street.
– Tyaskin Park–County-owned park on Wetipquin Creek west of Rt. 349 at Tyaskin.
– Pocomoke City–County-owned dock at Cedar Hall Landing near western terminus of Route 371 on Pocomoke River.
– Pocomoke City–City docks from Laurel Street boat ramp to U.S. Route 13 overpass and Winter Quarter dock on Pocomoke River.
– Snow Hill–County Bridge on Porter’s Crossing Road west of U.S. Route 113 and east of Route 354 and Pocomoke River.
– Snow Hill-All city-owned riverfront property which includes Byrd Park, Sturgis Park, and city bulkheading adjacent to the municipal parking lot near the Route 12 Bridge over the Pocomoke River.