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Topic - Potomac River Fisheries Commission
As local anglers face a variety of autumnal options, they can begin by choosing to fish in the mountains or the tidal Potomac and Rappahannock rivers in the Maryland and Virginia flatlands this week.
Rain might raise the water levels of mountain rivers, but Western Maryland fishermen don't believe it can stop them from going after smallmouth bass in the Potomac.
Extreme cold temperatures this winter are being blamed for a 31 percent drop in the number of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay, officials said Tuesday.