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2018 TIDE TABLES
For Chesapeake Bay Eastern ShoreWeek of July 11 - July 17, 2018
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and Tide High and Low, Inc., their officers, directors, employees and agents, from any and all liability for any damages whatsoever,
and regardless of cause, to person or property, including third persons, arising from the use of this service. The prudent mariner will
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CHESTERTOWN
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
Low
12:12am 1:11am 2:11am 3:13am 4:17am 5:24am
High
6:39am 7:31am 8:24am 9:16am 10:09am 11:00am 11:52am
Low
1:42pm 2:32pm 3:20pm 4:07pm 4:52pm 5:38pm 6:23pm
High
6:49pm 7:47pm 8:45pm 9:41pm 10:38pm 11:36pm
Low
SWAN CREEK
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
Low
12:31am 1:31am 2:33am 3:37am 4:44am
High
5:38am 6:30am 7:23am 8:15am 9:08am 9:59am 10:51am
Low
1:02pm 1:52pm 2:40pm 3:27pm 4:12pm 4:58pm 5:43pm
High
5:48pm 6:46pm 7:44pm 8:40pm 9:37pm 10:35pm 11:34pm
Low
11:32pm
KENT NARROWS
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
Low
12:12am 1:14am 2:18am 3:25am
High
4:06am 4:58am 5:51am 6:43am 7:36am 8:27am 9:19am
Low
11:43am 12:33pm 1:21pm 2:08pm 2:53pm 3:39pm 4:24pm
High
4:16pm 5:14pm 6:12pm 7:08pm 8:05pm 9:03pm 10:02pm
Low
10:13pm 11:12pm
CORSICA RIVER
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
Low
12:49am 1:49am 2:51am 3:55am 5:02am
High
5:56am 6:48am 7:41am 8:33am 9:26am 10:17am 11:09am
Low
1:20pm 2:10pm 2:58pm 3:45pm 4:30pm 5:16pm 6:01pm
High
6:06pm 7:04pm 8:02pm 8:58pm 9:55pm 10:53pm 11:52pm
Low
11:50pm
TOLCHESTER
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
Low
12:46am 1:46am 2:48am 3:52am 4:59am
High
5:54am 6:46am 7:39am 8:31am 9:24am 10:15am 11:07am
Low
1:17pm 2:07pm 2:55pm 3:42pm 4:27pm 5:13pm 5:58pm
High
6:04pm 7:02pm 8:00pm 8:56pm 9:53pm 10:51pm 11:50pm
Low
11:47pm
BETTERTON
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
Low
12:55am 1:51am 2:50am 3:50am 4:52am
High
8:11am 9:03am 9:56am 10:48am 11:41am 12:10am 1:08am
Low
3:21pm 4:11pm 4:59pm 5:46pm 6:31pm 5:56am 7:03am
High
8:21pm 9:19pm 10:17pm 11:13pm
12:32pm 1:24pm
Low
7:17pm 8:02pm
CRUMPTON
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
Low
12:40am 1:39am 2:39am 3:41am 4:45am 5:52am
High
6:46am 7:38am 8:31am 9:23am 10:16am 11:07am 11:59am
Low
2:10pm 3:00pm 3:48pm 4:35pm 5:20pm 6:06pm 6:51pm
High
6:56pm 7:54pm 8:52pm 9:48pm 10:45pm 11:43pm
Low
Enhanced Conservation Rules on Use of Bait and Hooks; Minimum Size
Reduced to 19 Inches
The opening of regular striped bass season onMay 16
th
began newconservation-
minded regulations pertaining to the use of bait, gear and hooks.
The Maryland General Assembly Joint Committee Administrative, Executive
and Legislative Review Committee recently approved Maryland Department of
Natural Resources regulations, which are effective now through December 15
th
,
2018.
In the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries:
Anglers must use non-offset
circle hooks when live-lining or
chumming;
Anglers must use circle hooks or
“J” hooks when using fish, crabs
or worms as bait, or when using
processed baits; and
The minimum size for striped
bass is 19 inches.
“The new rockfish regulations seek to address the shared concerns of anglers,
charters and conservationists who have reported high mortality rates of sublegal
rockfish,” Fishing and Boating Service Director David Blazer said. “The new rules
aim to increase fishing opportunity and success while reducing unnecessary
mortality in the bay.”
While the emergency regulations are in effect, the department is also moving
forward with regulations aimed at making them permanent through the reminder
of the 2018 and 2019 fishing seasons.
Staff have begun a proactive education and public relations campaign to ensure
that anglers, bait-and-tackle shops, charter boat captains and the Maryland
Natural Resources Police understand the new striped bass minimum size and
corresponding gear requirements.
After the regulations sunset in 2019, the department will use new stock
assessment data to determine if the new conservation actions were preventing
mortality as designed and intended. Look for limit and fishing area details
in Tidewater Trader each week, or online at
maryland/fishing/striped-bass/
NEW Striped Bass Regulations
Continue through December 15
th
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Sat, July 28th 7am-10am - All You Can Eat
Breakfast at Chester Lodge #115 A.F. &
A.M., 124 Speer Rd., Chestertown; Held the
last Sat. of every month; Call 410-708-6281.
Sat, July 28th 4:30pm-7pm - All You Can
Eat Wing Night at Galena Vol. Fire Co., 90
E. Cross St., Galena; $16/adult, $7/chil-
dren, Ages 3 & under free; Cash bar; To go
orders; Call 410-648-5050.
Sat, July 28th 12:30pm - 2nd Annual Gun/
Cash Bash/Gun Show at Rock Hall Vol.
Fire Co., 21500 Rock Hall Ave., Rock Hall;
Doors open 11am; Other chances to win
guns, raffles, 50/50; $30 donation ad-
mits one for food, beer and soda; Cash
bar; Tickets available at Travis Taxidermy,
Chester River Seafood, Rock Hall Lum-
ber, Molly’s and members of RHVFC; Call
410-708-7990 or 410-708-7990.
Sun, July 29th 10am-2pm - 17th Annual
Chrome City Ride at Benedictine School,
14299 Benedictine Lane, Ridgely; Motor-
cycles, street rods, classic and custom
cars; Special guest Candy Clark and Cindy
Williams from “American Graffiti”, Rockin’
Elvis, Big Daddy P, DJ Chris, demos, door
prizes, auction; $35/pp; Benefits kids with
disabilities; Register at
Sun, July 29th 12pm - Texas Hold Em Tour-
nament at Goldsboro Vol. Fire Co.; $10
Satellites begin 12pm, Tournament begins
2pm; $75 buy-in; $15,000 stack; Reseats
allowed for first hour; Prize money award-
ed; 700 Old Line Rd., Goldsboro; Call
410-253-6114;
Mon-Fri, July 30th-August 3rd - Differ-
ent Strokes Big Kids Camp at KidSPOT
Creativity Center, 315 High St., Suite 104,
Chestertown; Ages 6-13; $140/child half-
day or $260/child full-day; 410-778-6300;
Thurs, August 2nd 7pm - QAC Arts Coun-
cil’s Thursdays in the Park Free Concert
Series with “Dell Foxx Company” at Court
House Square, Lawyers Row, Centrev-
ille; Bring blankets and chairs; Free; Do-
nations welcome; Call 410-758-2520;
Thurs-Sun, August 2nd-5th - Caroline-
Dorchester County Fair at 4-H Park, 8230
Detour Rd., Denton; Call 410-479-4030;
Thurs, August 2nd 7pm - 3rd Annu-
al Film Series at Sumner Hall, 206 S.
Queen St., Chestertown featuring “Deep-
ly Rooted”; Doors open 6:45pm; Free;
Fri, August 3rd - “Endless Summer” Ex-
hibit at A.M. Gravely Gallery, 408 S.
Talbot St., St. Michaels; Runs through
Sept. 30th; Fri & Sat 10am-6pm, Sun &
Mon 10am-3pm; Working Artists Forum;
Fri, August 3rd 6pm-9pm - All You Can
Eat Shrimp Night at Goldsboro Vol. Fire
Co., 700 Old Line Rd.; $25/person, $40/
couple, $10/ages 6-12, under age 5 free;
Food and cash bar; Call 410-253-6114;
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