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Five of Our Favorite Historic Lighthouses

8/7/2020 by US Harbors

In honor of National Lighthouse Day, we have compiled a list of a few of our favorite lighthouses from around the country. Most of these structures have spent the better part of 100 (or in some cases 200) years protecting boaters from harm. Let us know if you have a… SEE MORE

Maryland Fishing Report Week of August 5th, 2020

8/5/2020 by US Harbors

Maryland Fishing Report – August 5th, 2020 Mia Spiker traveled to lower Trappe with her family to enjoy some fishing for white perch – and was delighted with the first fish she has ever caught. Photo by Herb Floyd August seems to have arrived in the blink of an eye,… SEE MORE

Number of Fish Types in Chicago Waters Increase

8/5/2020 by US Harbors

By The Associated Press. The variety of fish swimming in Chicago’s rivers have increased in recent decades, which authorities attribute to a decline in pollution, according to a sampling study released Monday by the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District. The report claims there are nearly 60 different types of fish swimming… SEE MORE

NOAA Unveils 10-year Roadmap for Tackling Ocean, Great Lakes Acidification

8/5/2020 by US Harbors

NOAA unveiled its new 10-year research roadmap to help the nation’s scientists, resource managers, and coastal communities address acidification of the open ocean, coasts, and Great Lakes. “Ocean acidification puts the United States’ $1 billion shellfish industry and hundreds of thousands of jobs at risk,” said Kenric Osgood, Ph.D., chief of the… SEE MORE

Mass CARES Act Fisheries Relief

8/5/2020 by US Harbors

Massachusetts has been allocated $28 million from the CARES Act for fisheries relief. Updated as of 3 p.m., August 3, 2020. On May 7, 2020, the U.S. Secretary of Commerce announced the allocation of  $300 million in fisheries assistance funding provided by Sec. 12005 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and… SEE MORE

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In light of global health concerns and the widespread cancellations of large gatherings, we recommend that you check directly with the organizer to confirm event status prior to attending.

Upcoming Fishing Events Filter

National Hard Crab Derby

Crisfield, MD September 2 - September 6

Crisfield's National Hard Crab Derby is an annual Labor Day weekend event. The unique crab themed festival features crab races, crab cooking and picking contests, carnival rides, arts and crafts, vendors, live entertainment, beauty pageants, a parade, fireworks and more. SEE MORE

Hampton Beach Seafood Festival

Hampton, NH September 11 - September 13

With Ocean Boulevard closed to vehicular traffic, a safe and enjoyable seaside pedestrian promenade is formed. The Hampton Beach Seafood Festival has been acclaimed as "One of the Top 100 Events in North America", by the American Bus Association for many years! Event attendance is now estimated as exceeding 150,000!… SEE MORE

Hawaii Fish and Dive Expo

Honolulu, HI October 24 - October 25

The Hawaii Fish and Dive EXPO brings the best brands in the sport of fishing and diving to Hawaii. Featuring over 100 vendors from diving, fishing, boating, hunting, marine accessories, ocean-related apparel, and other outdoor lifestyle companies offering the best deals for the fall and holiday giving. Some of the… SEE MORE

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