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April 8, 2009
David Wagaman of Quincy, Pa., reels in a rainbow trout he caught Wednesday in the East Branch of Antietam Creek near Quincy Village.
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January 18, 2009
Ken Working Sr. shows the 20 1/2-inch-long rainbow trout he caught Jan. 10 at Devil's Backbone County Park in the Antietam Creek.
NEWS
April 4, 2008
Melvin Straight nets a rainbow trout from Beaver Creek on Thursday. He often comes from his Huyetts home to fish the stocked stream.
NEWS
May 17, 2004
The following are the winners from Saturday's Fishin' Frenzy at Star Community in Hagers- town. - Biggest fish - Paul Burton of Hagerstown, 18-inch rainbow trout - Smallest fish - Dillon Brown, 7, of Clear Spring, and Courtney Seavolt, 7, of Clear Spring, 1-ounce sunfish - Most weight of five fish caught - Tie between Ben Wagner, 70, of Hagerstown, and Eli Gaylor, 6 - 3 pounds, 8 ounces total. Tiebreaker went to Wagner with a 1-pound, 4-ounce rainbow trout.
NEWS
June 20, 2005
tarar@herald-mail.com Andrea Depre's rainbow trout flopped around in the grass as the 10-year-old crouched down to have a look. "She reeled it in herself," Andrea's mother, Gwen Moats, said Saturday afternoon. As of about 2 p.m., the fish was the first Andrea caught since arriving at the park in the late morning. Andrea said she likes fishing, but that she kept losing the bait. Moats, who said she planned to eat the fish, and Andrea were among many who packed Pangborn Park in Hagerstown for the MIHI Fishing Frenzy.
NEWS
June 28, 1997
By RICHARD F. BELISLE Staff Writer, Waynesboro HANCOCK -- Two small, very isolated, heavily stocked private lakes were opened to public fishing for two days this weekend for the first time in 125 years, giving area anglers a chance to fill their creels with fat rainbow trout and sleek largemouth bass. Anyone who couldn't catch their limit Saturday at either of the Woodmont Rod and Gun Club's ponds may want to consider a new sport. About 50 fishermen, mostly men, but a few women and children, too, walked the half-mile to the pond up a rather steep hill from Pearre Road to get to the ponds.
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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | June 20, 2004
"Mommy, please, can I keep him forever?" beamed Summerhope Gray, 3, of Hagerstown. On her lap lolled a rainbow trout that she just had reeled in from the pond at Pangborn Park. Summerhope was one of more than 170 registered participants in Saturday's Fishin' Frenzy, an event for children under 12, senior citizens and people with disabilities. MIHI (Many Individuals Helping Individuals), a group that promotes accessibility for people of all abilities, sponsored the fourth annual event.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | June 7, 2009
McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. -- U.S. Army veteran Raymond L. Johnson reveled in the company and the food as he munched on the "catch of the day" Sunday. Johnson was responsible for much of that "catch," which prompted some good-natured teasing among friends and fellow veterans. "I'm the man," he said, eliciting a round of laughter. Johnson traveled to Fulton County, Pa., on a Veterans Affairs Medical Center trip sponsored by the Western Maryland chapter of the Sons of the American Legion and Fulton County Sportsmen's League.
NEWS
May 7, 1997
By Kate Colman Staff Writer Want to learn to fly fish? Want to learn to tie a fly? Area opportunites are as abundant as rainbow trout in a freshly stocked mountain stream. Here are a few: - Antietam Fly Anglers, an affiliated club of The Federation of Fly Fishers, a national organization, is headquartered in Hagerstown. The group promotes and encourages the sport of fly fishing and fly tying and the conservation of fishing resources in the Tri-State area. Antietam Fly Anglers meets from September through June at Potomac Towers on the southwest corner of South Potomac and Baltimore streets in Hagerstown.
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By RICHARD F. BELISLE | richardb@herald-mail.com | July 14, 2013
Thomas Wayland was having a great time Friday morning pulling in a stubborn rainbow trout that was tugging on his line. “Come on in, fish. It's supper time,” urged the World War II veteran as he leaned out of his wheelchair to reel the trout close to shore and the waiting net. Of the eight fish he landed Friday morning, that 14-inch rainbow wasn't the biggest, “but it's still a very good fish,” he said. The quarter-acre pond is owned and managed by the U.S. Geological Survey's Leetown Science Center.
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By RICHARD F. BELISLE | richardb@herald-mail.com | July 14, 2013
Thomas Wayland was having a great time Friday morning pulling in a stubborn rainbow trout that was tugging on his line. “Come on in, fish. It's supper time,” urged the World War II veteran as he leaned out of his wheelchair to reel the trout close to shore and the waiting net. Of the eight fish he landed Friday morning, that 14-inch rainbow wasn't the biggest, “but it's still a very good fish,” he said. The quarter-acre pond is owned and managed by the U.S. Geological Survey's Leetown Science Center.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | June 7, 2009
McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. -- U.S. Army veteran Raymond L. Johnson reveled in the company and the food as he munched on the "catch of the day" Sunday. Johnson was responsible for much of that "catch," which prompted some good-natured teasing among friends and fellow veterans. "I'm the man," he said, eliciting a round of laughter. Johnson traveled to Fulton County, Pa., on a Veterans Affairs Medical Center trip sponsored by the Western Maryland chapter of the Sons of the American Legion and Fulton County Sportsmen's League.
NEWS
By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | May 2, 2009
SHARPSBURG -- Julie Kline remembers the years when her brother, Michael Andrew Kline, organized the Sharpsburg Fishing Rodeo. "He loved to do things for the kids," she said. "He was really into them. " At this year's event on Saturday, Michael's role was much different. He died April 6, 2008, at the age of 39. A park bench engraved with Michael Kline's name sits on the lawn at Sharpsburg Pond. "The rodeo is in memory of him," Sharpsburg Town Councilman Bryan Gabriel said.
NEWS
April 8, 2009
David Wagaman of Quincy, Pa., reels in a rainbow trout he caught Wednesday in the East Branch of Antietam Creek near Quincy Village.
NEWS
January 18, 2009
Ken Working Sr. shows the 20 1/2-inch-long rainbow trout he caught Jan. 10 at Devil's Backbone County Park in the Antietam Creek.
NEWS
April 4, 2008
Melvin Straight nets a rainbow trout from Beaver Creek on Thursday. He often comes from his Huyetts home to fish the stocked stream.
NEWS
June 20, 2005
tarar@herald-mail.com Andrea Depre's rainbow trout flopped around in the grass as the 10-year-old crouched down to have a look. "She reeled it in herself," Andrea's mother, Gwen Moats, said Saturday afternoon. As of about 2 p.m., the fish was the first Andrea caught since arriving at the park in the late morning. Andrea said she likes fishing, but that she kept losing the bait. Moats, who said she planned to eat the fish, and Andrea were among many who packed Pangborn Park in Hagerstown for the MIHI Fishing Frenzy.
NEWS
by PAT SCHOOLEY | October 17, 2004
WALNUT HILL: This is the 153rd article in a series about the historical and architectural treasures of Washington County Spickler Road runs north from U.S. 40 between Clear Spring and Conococheague Creek. After crossing Broadfording and Hicksville roads, houses are scattered intermittently among the fields and wooded lots that line the road along its length. Not far from the Pennsylvania border, Walnut Hill spans the road. On the left, a modern concrete block workshop of moderate size sits close to the road.
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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | June 20, 2004
"Mommy, please, can I keep him forever?" beamed Summerhope Gray, 3, of Hagerstown. On her lap lolled a rainbow trout that she just had reeled in from the pond at Pangborn Park. Summerhope was one of more than 170 registered participants in Saturday's Fishin' Frenzy, an event for children under 12, senior citizens and people with disabilities. MIHI (Many Individuals Helping Individuals), a group that promotes accessibility for people of all abilities, sponsored the fourth annual event.
NEWS
May 17, 2004
The following are the winners from Saturday's Fishin' Frenzy at Star Community in Hagers- town. - Biggest fish - Paul Burton of Hagerstown, 18-inch rainbow trout - Smallest fish - Dillon Brown, 7, of Clear Spring, and Courtney Seavolt, 7, of Clear Spring, 1-ounce sunfish - Most weight of five fish caught - Tie between Ben Wagner, 70, of Hagerstown, and Eli Gaylor, 6 - 3 pounds, 8 ounces total. Tiebreaker went to Wagner with a 1-pound, 4-ounce rainbow trout.
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