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The Annapolis Chapter of the MSSA

    The MSSA is working to provide a unified voice to preserve and protect the rights, traditions and the future of recreational saltwater fishing in Maryland. If you are a Saltwater Fisherman, then you should be a Member of the MSSA. And if you live, work or fish in the greater Annapolis Area, we invite you to join the Annapolis Chapter.
    The Annapolis Chapter is one of the largest and most active chapters in the MSSA. Our Members share a passion for Saltwater Fishing in both the Chesapeake Bay and the Bluewater found off the Delmarva Coast. In addition to fun and informative meetings, our members organize and participate in numerous tournaments and events during the year.

    Please join us to expand your knowledge of Bay & Offshore Fishing and to extend your Fishing Buddy Network to know where and how the big fish are being caught.

Welcome Aboard!
Bob Sheehan


Bob Sheehan
ANNAPOLIS CHAPTER PRESIDENT


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Meeting Chapter Meeting March 15th, 2017
The Annapolis Chapter of the MSSA will meet at 7pm on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at the American Legion Post #7, 1905 Crownsville Road, Crownsville , MD. Guest speaker will be Erik Zlokovitz of the Maryland Dept of Natural Resources.  Erik will discuss the 2017 fishing regulations for striped bass and the data analyses used by the DNR to set the regulations.  Read More

Essex Middle River Chapter
March 18 & 19, 2017 - NEXT WEEKEND!
Saturday  9AM - 4PM; Sunday  9AM - 2PM
Commodore Hall
1909 Old Eastern Avenue
Essex, MD 21221
Southern Maryland Chapter
Solomon's Fishing Fair
April 1 & 2, 2017
8AM - 3PM
Solomon's Firehouse
Gallery Nice Fish! November 24, 2009
The chapter is always looking for pics from our members. Send us your fishing photos !!  We know you have some! Just send them to webmaster@mssaannapolis.com and we can get them up on this web site. We're all interested in what goes on out on the Bay, so let's get some participation!
  • Annapolis Chapter Supported Charity  - Neuroblastoma is the childhood cancer that Evan Lindberg battled and is the focus of the work his parents do through The EVAN Foundation. This important research is a collaboration between the two most prominent neuroblastoma institutions in the world (Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in NY). The first author of the paper is a researcher named, Dr. Olivia Merhar-Padovan. On the lower left-hand corner of page 1 you will see her referenced as the Evan Lindberg Neuroblastoma Research Scholar at CHOP.  The scholars initiative is a program The EVAN Foundation established at CHOP in Evan's memory with EVAN Foundation support.   The annual Annapolis Chapter EVAN Foundation Spring Tournament has helped make all this possible!  Read More



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