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I have checked the database for Dnr and didnt notice a specific channel dedicated to the marine unit. I have read the old postings and realize they stopped using that low band freq. a few years back. Do they now have a dedicated channel or switch throughout all the frequencies listed?
 

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Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) boats use any of the High-band channels listed on the database on this website. NRP marine units used to use Low-band, but abandoned it a few years ago in favor of High-band. Just enter all in the scanner to be able receive them.

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The frequency I listed below is what I have confirmed for the Annapolis/Baltimore Marine Police.

Does anyone have the confirmed frequency(s) for the back-bays of the Ocean City area?



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The frequency that is listed for NRP Ocean City 156.1725 DPL432, it carries all land and marine traffic in the Ocean City Area, also monitor all Marine Channels as they converse back & fourth on those as well. All NRP frequencies carry land and marine traffic, as NRP officers are cross trained to do both. So any frequency in the database under DNR Police new will be what you need to listen to. All freqeuncies that use the same PL/DPL tone are regions that are set up and those frequencies carry simulcasted traffic. So NRP Hereford 155.370 DPL 631 carries the same traffic as NRP Hollofield 159.090 DPL 631.

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Thanks, I am aware of the database, I was looking for anyone who has heard them, on a particular frequency. Simular to my post on 5/03.
 
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