A local fishing organization has been busy this summer providing Southern Maryland with a variety of community services. First, in June and July, the Southern Maryland chapter of the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association supported the Greenwell Foundation’s three, week-long fishing camps by providing instructors to teach children 7 to 12 how to fish.
Children learned about fish of the Chesapeake Bay, how to tie a “fisherman’s” knot, to cast, and to cut and hook bait. They practiced their skills by fishing off the pier at Greenwell State Park in Hollywood and fishing from boats provided by MSSA volunteers.
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