Due to exceptionally dry conditions, the Department of Wildlife Resources has implemented a complete ban on any open burning (e.g., campfires, grills) on all DWR properties west of Interstate 95, effective immediately and lasting until further notice.
Fish alone or with family members or others that you live with and are isolating with during the Governor’s “stay at home” order.
Do not fish if you feel sick or think you might be sick.
Stay at home when you are sick, except to get medical care.
Wash your hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds or using alcohol-based sanitizer even while afield or afloat.
Do not share equipment with anyone, and wash your equipment when you’re done.
Stay at least 6 feet away from other anglers you encounter and try to avoid crowded access points.
Do not float in a raft, drift boat, john boat, or canoe with friends that you are not isolated with during the “stay at home” order. If you choose to float please do so with individuals that you live with and are isolated with.
Try to fish near home as much as possible and avoid traveling long distances.