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!

Patuxent River Chapter Events

Patuxent River Chapter Team

Jonathan Bland



Jonathan has lived in Solomons Island, Maryland his entire life and has always shown interest in the Bay and all of it’s wildlife whether they have scales, fur, or feathers. His grandad taught him to fish when he was about five years old and he have been hooked ever since. Jonathan graduated from St. Mary’s College with an environmental studies degree and is currently working as a Biologist at an oyster hatchery. Fishing in the Chesapeake is his passion and he is glad to help CCA Maryland work to minimize pollutants, conserve our natural resources, and restore habitat to help the Chesapeake Bay improve and be available for generations to come

Patuxent River Chapter Sponsors

Coastal Conservation Association Maryland