Small Craft Advisor: A Paddler's Perspective
In a new column dedicated to exploring the Bay’s depth-challenged waters, Ralph Naranjo drops his kayak into the upper Pocomoke River.
Marina Hopping: Boats Don’t Lie
Jody Argo Schroath revisits York River Yacht Haven on Sarah Creek. There she finds new owners, delicious oysters and some great boats.
Cruise of the Month: Off to the Races
After decades of sailing the Bay, Diana Prentice finally makes it to Cambridge, Md., for a skipjack race. And what a race it turns out to be!
Angler's Almanac: Bobbers on the Bay
What’s old is new again for many Bay anglers, who are reviving the old sport of bobber watching, with some new twists. By John Page Williams.
Bay Journal: Defeat of the River Rat
It’s been a long, unpleasant fight, but the battle against the invasive nutria is down to the final skirmishes, reports “war” correspondent Tom Horton.
Nautical Know-How: The Case Against Time & Materials
Technical guru Steve D’Antonio debuts as a CBM columnist this month with sound advice on working with boatyards to get a fair price—with no surprises.
Cover Photo by: Ann Levelle