Ask Outdoors Girl

September 18, 2010

Michael Jankowski of Towson writes: We lost our favorite crabbing spot on the Wye River and need another. Any piers on the Eastern Shore that are open to chicken-neckers?

Heather Brown, a Department of Natural Resources biologist in the crab program (and one of the unsung heroes of the agency), knows a ton about Maryland's signature crustacean and recreational opportunities. She says Oak Creek Park is hands down the best place to go for shore-based crabbing on the Eastern Shore. The park is on the west side of the Route 33 bridge over the Miles River in Talbot County.

If you have an outdoors question in search of an answer, send it to: candy.thomson@baltsun.com.

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