Judging by cruising standards, the Patuxent River (110 miles long) is one of the Bay’s most outstanding rivers with a freshwater trout stream in its upper reaches. The Patuxent is not only loaded with scenic and historic interest but is home to one of the Bay’s most popular ports of call (Solomons Island), which is convenient to its broad entrance. The mouth of the Patuxent has been an easy harbor of refuge since John Smith mapped it in 1607.
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