Patuxent River Chapter


The Patuxent Chapter of the CCA is made up of conservation minded anglers who all share a common goal to conserve the Chesapeake Bay’s resources in order to maintain successful fisheries.  Our members fish in a diverse area that includes the Potomac, Patuxent,  main Bay, and many parts of the Eastern shore.

The chapter meets on the first Monday of most months at Stoney's Kingfisher Restaurant in Solomon's Island.   We meet to talk about current fishing reports, news pertaining to the Bay, share stories and successful catching tactics, and listen to guest speakers.  All are welcome to attend our chapter meetings.

In the past chapter volunteers have run a successful oyster project which created habitat and improved water quality in Helen Creek, a tributary of the Paxtuxent River.

Please contact any chapter member below to find out how you can get involved with CCA Maryland's Patuxent River Chapter and Join CCA Maryland today!

Sorry, there are no scheduled events at this time.

Recap: Half Shells for Habitat, Patuxent River Banquet 2018

Patuxent River Chapter’s “Half Shells for Habitat” Fundraising Banquet

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