Deep Creek Lake Area Fishing – A Favorite Spring Activity

 

During the spring months, Deep Creek Lake area fishing opportunities abound!

Fishing is as much about the catch as it is about experiencing the outdoors. Garrett County’s miles of cold mountain rivers, lakes and streams have made it a favorite fishing destination. You can take a boat out on the lake, wade into a fast flowing stream or head to one of the area’s many state parks that offer fishing.

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With 3,900 acres to explore, Deep Creek Lake supports a wide variety of desirable game fish. It is best known for its large and smallmouth bass fishery. Other common species include: walleye, brown and rainbow trout, chain pickerel, northern pike and yellow perch.

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Celebrating history!

Calling all history buffs! The weekend of September 20th, in Grantsville MD, there will be a celebration for the Cassleman River Bridge Bicentennial. For those of you that are not familiar with the bridge, it is located along the original route of the National Road. It is a National Historic Landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a technological wonder of its time; it was the largest single-span bridge in America with its great stone arch. The arch spans nearly 354 feet across the Casselman River with stones laid in a random-coursed ashlar pattern. Not only is it stunning to see, but the Cassleman River Bridge State Park surrounding the bridge has picnic tables and walking trails, making it a wonderful place for a family picnic. This 3 day commemorative event will host activities around the bridge and throughout the town of Grantsville. The bridge is currently closed for renovations but will reopen for foot traffic. Some of the events that are planned are musical entertainment, historical displays and re-enactors, children’s activities, wagon rides, food, souvenirs, and much more. Definitely worth checking out!  http://www.visitdeepcreek.com/pages/CasselmanBridgeBicentennial

It’s hard to believe that Labor Day is here already but that doesn’t mean that summer is completely over. There are still many days left for boating and swimming at the lake. Don’t forget the Deep Creek Art & Wine Festival is the weekend of September 6th. Growing in popularity, this is new “must go to” festival @ Deep Creek Lake. We offer a fabulous package deal which not only gives you a discount on your vacation rental, admission to the park, a commemorative wine glass and more. Call our office (1-866-351-1119 or online www.deepcreekvacations.com) and speak to one of our Reservationist about this fantastic package and to get assistance in finding you the perfect vacation home for you and your guests. The sun is out, the sky is blue and we can’t wait to see you at the lake!