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Nick Anderson has a serious fish tale to tell. The high school football coach reeled in what could be a world record. He caught a 143-pound, 13 ounce blue catfish.
Spring has arrived, and you can't keep a true fisherman at home with this great weather. So WTOP's David Burd asked listeners for some of the more exotic forms of bait they use to attract a real whopper.
Wayne Six, who won the International Masters Tournament in 2006, caught and released 28 Pacific sailfish in three days in Guatemala. He was also the winner of the Ocean City Light Tackle Club's annual event, which moves to different locations each year.
Long before the White House party crashers came the Potomac party crashers, the invasive northern snakehead fish. And these funky-looking fish continue to thrive.
Maryland, Virginia and D.C. have set aside days where you can fish without a license.
Maryland is stocking area waterways with rainbow trout from a Western Maryland hatchery.
One plan would add fishing piers, a floating pier for divers to use, an overnight equestrian camping area and a community garden to the Prince William County park.
Brook trout or "brookies" are native to Frederick County but are rare. Experts are trying to figure out how to maintain and perhaps increase their numbers.