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Contact Information

BIG DAWG BASSMASTERS

Our friendly bass club members are standing by to help you with any questions you may have.

President: Dean Garrish
12004 Bethesda Church Rd.
Damascus, MD. 20872

240-372-0691Telephone:
240-207-3527FAX:
E-mail: Dgarrish@comcast.net

Vice President: George Loope
12511 Bills Court.
Mt. Airy, MD. 21771

301-807-3250Telephone:
xxx-xxx-xxxxFAX:
E-mail:george.loope@comcast.net

Treasurer:: Chris Peloquin

E-mail: Cpelqn@aol.com

Treasurer:: Chris Peloquin

E-mail: Cpelqn@aol.com

Tournament Director: Ed Malone
E-mail:
terianded.malone@comcast.net

 

Our Waters

   Potomac River

The tidal Potomac River, which includes Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. This consists of a 60 mile stretch of the beautiful scenic river, not including the other creeks and tributaries along the Potomac.
The Potomac River offers excellent top water action and provides challenging deep and shallow structure fishing.

  Upper Chesapeake

Upper portions of Chesapeake Bay continue to provide topnotch largemouth bass fishing. Larger estuaries provide the bulk of the attention, contain the most habitats and receive the most attention from bass anglers.

  deep creek lake

With 65 miles of shoreline, Deep Creek Lake in Garrett County is Maryland’s largest freshwater lake.

   naticoke river

When Captain John Smith explored the rivers of the Chesapeake Bay in 1608, he discovered the gentle, meandering Nanticoke River in the heart of the Delmarva Peninsula. Smith named the river for the Native Americans who lived nearby.