SOLOMONS ISLAND LINKS This Southern Maryland Web Community and Guide has been On-Line since 1996. Discover Solomons Island, a quiet waterfront fishing village located just 55 minutes south of the Washington beltway where the Patuxent River meets the Chesapeake Bay. Solomons Island proved to be an excellent showcase for nautical theme design. This picturesque town is nestled near the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland. Bed & Breakfasts located in Maryland: Inns located on a shoreline. Originally called Bourne's Island (1680), then Somervell's Island (1740), it became known as Solomons Island in 1870 because of Isaac Solomon's oyster packing facilities. Solomons' home still stands on the front of the island. Click here for a list of restaurants in and around Solomons Island. MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES FISHERIES SERVICE.
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More than 500 species of freshwater and saltwater fish - both predators and prey - are profiled here, with details about identification, habitat, behavior, size, feeding, and angling. This is a museum's worth of information about fish species - written by and for anglers - that is unavailable in this depth and magnitude elsewhere. Whether you're looking for the difference between largemouth bass and striped bass, or rainbow trout and brook trout, you've come to the right place.
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