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Waterfowl
M & A Outfitters
Bill Crim
Carroll County, MD
Ph 410-690-6573
           

M & A Outiftters service uses top of the line equipement to get the giant Canada Geese "in your face" close. Typical shots are 15 to 35 yards.We have thousands of Canada Geese that use our hunting area daily. Fields are managed, and scouted intensely to ensure you are in the right area. We are a totally mobile operation, with dozens of fields to choose from.We offer limited duck hunts in Maryland and Pennsylvania. These hunts are for puddle ducks IE mallards, black ducks and wood ducks. Maryland State Hunting License and State and Federal Waterfowl Stamps. 12 ga. or larger and at least 1 box of non toxic shells (#2 or larger steel recommended). Dress to stay warm and dry, if needed. (Suggestions: Waterfowl, camouflage, shooting gloves, hand warmers, camo hat, facemask & warm boots.) Well trained and steady dogs are welcome, with prior notice, or you can enjoy our dogs
 
Deer*Goose*Duck
B & J Guide Service

John Kostick
25345 Lovers Lane
Chestertown, MD 21620
Ph 410-928-5260
           
We have over 30 years experience hunting geese and ducks. Our guides are personable, hard working, and will insure that your days hunt is a memorable one. We will be happy to provide references. Please join us this season in this beautiful area for a great waterfowl-hunting experience. Maryland's Eastern Shore has the largest concentration of waterfowl in the world. Nearly 1 million ducks and geese will migrate through Cecil, Kent, and Queen Anne's Counties, where all of our farms are located. We have our own sanctuaries and are close to the Eastern Neck Island Refuge and world famous Remington Farms. We manage our farms properly and don't over gun them, assuring good hunting throughout the season.  Some of the largest Whitetail deer in the country have been recorded from the area. Waterfowl hunting is as good as it gets as the Atlantic Flyway funnels large migrations of Canada and Snow geese to the Shore. Diver ducks( bluebills, canvasbacks, buffleheads and goldeneyes,etc.) as well as many species of Puddle ducks( mallards, black ducks, teal, woodies, gadwalls,pintails,etc.) migrate to the many ponds and rivers provided by the Cheasapeake Bay. Did you know that Maryland's Eastern Shore offers some of the very best Whitetail deer hunting in the Northeast? We hunt deer in Kent, Cecil and Queen Anne's counties home of some of the largest corn and soybean fed deer. We have over 100 of the latest tree and ground blinds to insure a safe and not-overly hunted experience. Deer patterns are observed year round to insure that you will be in the best spot for your archery or gun hunt.
   
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Maryland Hunting Outfitters and Guides Deer Facts

Adult white-tailed deer are about three feet tall at the front shoulders. Maryland yearling bucks (males) weigh an average of 105 pounds; yearling does (females) average 90 pounds. During the warm months, deer possess reddish-brown hair. A grayish-brown coat with a thick undercoat replaces the reddish hair during the cold time period. The white-tailed deer’s distinctive white tail and white rump patch is readily visible when they bound away from real or perceived danger. White-tailed deer sprint up to 35 miles per hour and are able to leap over 8 foot tall barriers. Only white-tailed bucks possess antlers. In extremely rare cases, does may grow antlers. Bucks use their hard antlers to establish dominance over other bucks during breeding season. Antlers are grown and shed each year. Antlers, which are composed of true bone, begin to grow in late March and early April. The growing antlers are covered with skin and blood vessels called velvet. White-tailed deer can be found in every county in Maryland. White-tailed deer are also common throughout much of the United States, southern Canada and even parts of central America. Maryland white-tailed deer habitat includes most of the state except for open water and intensely developed urban areas (e.g. downtown Baltimore). Deer thrive in landscapes with wooded/brush sections and open areas such as cropland, pasture or landscaped yards. Deer use the wooded areas for food and cover, and open areas provide food. Landscapes with an abundance of edge habitat (areas where forested and open habitat meet) support prime deer habitats. Because of this, suburban sprawl creates ideal habitat conditions for white-tailed deer. When forested areas are converted into housing developments, portions are cleared for roads and home sites, while other sections remain forested. When open farmland is transformed into residential areas, new homeowners plant trees, shrubs and perennials. Both of these types of residential conversions provide excellent deer habitat. Deer typically make three different types of sounds: alarm, maternal, reproductive. Alarm calls help to warn other deer of real or perceived danger. When a deer is surprised, it will snort by forcing out air rapidly from the nostrils. When fawns or young adults are captured by a predator or trapped, they will make a bleating or groaning sound. Does also use low grunts to communicate with her young and to maintain contact. Fawns respond with a mew like sound. Fawns will also use bleats to get attention from the maternal doe. Communication between does and young help to maintain a close pair bond.
During the breeding season, bucks make grunt sounds while searching for receptive does and while tending does. Bucks also advertise their presence to prospective does and potential competitive bucks with grunts of varying pitch and volume.
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Maryland Hunting Outfitters and Guides Turkey Facts

Wild turkey are an important game bird in Maryland, providing recreation and enjoyment for countless hunters, wildlife enthusiasts, and citizens.  Turkey hunting alone results in an economic benefit to Maryland of nearly $5 million every year.  The Department of Natural Resources. Wild Turkey Program monitors population levels, develops hunting regulations, and manages habitat to ensure that turkey continue to flourish in Maryland. Following several decades of rapid growth, the statewide wild turkey population has increased only slightly over the last decade. The highest densities are found in the western region and Eastern Shore region.  Central region numbers are generally lower and have remained stable, likely due to habitat limitations.  Turkey numbers in the southern region vary considerably but have increased in most areas in recent years. Over 11,000 hunters annually pursue turkey in either the spring and fall seasons. Maryland’s wild turkey population has increased slightly over the past 10 years, although some regions are showing a significant increasing trend and others are decreasing. The highest densities of turkeys are found in the western mountains, the eastern region, and portions of the southern region. Densities are lowest in the central portion of the state, wheresuburbia and development limit available habitat.  However harvest density may under-repre population levels in areas where hunting opportunities are limited.
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