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Tidewater Trader July 21, 2021 Page 40 The Maryland Department of Natural Resources regulations for the Chesapeake Bay summer-fall striped bass season are as follows: The 2021 summer-fall season in most areas of the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries opened May 16 th and continues through July 15 th , and resumes August 1 st through December 10 th . Anglers would be able to keep one striped bass per person, per day, with a minimum size of 19 inches. During a chartered fishing trip, the captain or mate would not be permitted to land or possess striped bass for personal consumption. During the closure period from July 16 th through July 31 st , anglers will be prohibited from targeting striped bass, which includes catch-and- release and charter boats. The 2018 benchmark stock assessment for striped bass indicated declines, so the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) has determined that conservation measures are needed to reduce the amount of striped bass being removed. This includes dead discards, which are fish that die after being caught and returned to the water. Maryland has coordinated with the ASMFC to develop regulations in compliance with its coast-wide fishery management plan. After a midseason closure was inaugurated during the 2020 season, data collected by the department determined that the water quality and temperatures are potentially more harmful to striped bass during the last two weeks of July than proposed closure dates later in the season. For more information visit https://news.maryland.gov/dnr. 2021 TIDE TABLES For Chesapeake Bay Eastern Shore Week of July 21 - July 27, 2021 WARNING: The Maryland Department of Natural Resources and Tide High and Low, Inc. does not warrant, for any use or purpose, the ac- curacy nor completeness of these charts. User hereby agrees to hold harmless The Maryland Department of Natural Resources 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 never rely on any single aid for navigation.© 2001-2021 Maryland DNR andTide High and Low, Inc. 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