Mattawoman Creek / Potomac River

This natural area includes over 1,300 acres in the northwestern part of Charles County and has been described by some as a model for a fully restored Chesapeake Bay. The Mattawoman is a quiet serene creek which is ideal for bass fishing or canoeing, and is primarily fresh water.
The Mattawoman Creek is a well-known area for its prized Largemouth bass. The Mattawoman Creek & Potomac River provide some of the best (if not the best) bass fishing on the East Coast, drawing high-profile tournaments and anglers from all over the country. Largemouth bass fishing tournaments occur at Smallwood State Park nearly every weekend from April to November. A continuous release of bass from the marina replenishes Mattawoman Creek. 
Mattawoman Creek is filled with abundant and rare natural resources, offering residents and visitors the chance to observe a stunning environment that once surrounded the entire Chesapeake Bay.
Fishing Leaque Worldwide (FLW) - click on the link and search Smallwood State Park for upcoming events