Carl Wagner is an avid fisherman, hunter and outdoorsman who has lived and worked in Maryland for 30 years. He graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree from the Naval Academy in 1983 and earned his Masters Degree from John Hopkins University in 1993. He currently holds a Maryland real estate license and is active in developing and building homes and communities in Anne Arundel County.
Carl currently sits as a member of the Maryland Wildlife Commission, a position appointed by the Governor. In this role, he has direct involvement with Department of Natural Resources in shaping hunting policy and regulations for the state of Maryland.
As the State Policy Chairman for Ducks Unlimited (DU), Carl is actively involved in advocating and testifying for hunters’ rights and policies while working with the Maryland legislators. He also assists with policy development in Washington D.C with the DU national headquarters.
Carl most recently assisted with the passage of the Apprentice Hunting bill and is currently working on a bill to allow Sunday hunting statewide. He also works with DU Greenwings and youth hunters as a mentor.
Carl also served with the Chesapeake Chapter of Safari Club International for over 10 years and served as treasurer and president for the last 5 years.
As a member of the board of directors for the Maryland Sportsman Foundation, which is a non-profit organization, he is dedicated to represent hunting and fishing rights of sportsmen and sportswomen in Maryland.
Having been in the military, Carl devotes time to wounded veterans in accompanying veterans hunting through No Person Left Behind Annual Deer Hunt.
Carl has traveled nationally and internationally pursuing his hunting and fishing passion and love for the outdoors.