Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Fort Bragg Landing, CA
Fort Bragg, 30 miles N of Point Arena, is the largest coast town between San Francisco and Eureka. The navigable port is situated a few miles south of the town, at the mouth of the Noyo River, and includes complete marine services. A Coast Guard station is also situated in the river.
COASTAL NEWS FOR JUNE Updates from US Harbors Best Harbors Announcement - Thanks so much to all of the winning harbors who were able to join our live announcement online! Congratulations to our winners, and thanks to the over 2,500 who participated by voting for their favorite harbor! Don't forget… Learn More
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By Captain Experiences Angler Surprise: Rare Black Alligator Gar Caught in Texas During another successful day of fly fishing for redfish, Captain Justin and angler Terrel Maguire happened upon an actual fish of a lifetime. Justin will tell you that seeing gator gar in the Texas coastal marsh is “very… SEE MORE
By Discover Boating. There are many reasons why you may find yourself out on the water after dark. You may be night fishing, taking a moonlit romantic cruise or getting back after a dinner that ran long. Night boating is different from day excursions and adds particular challenges. The good… SEE MORE
SEATTLE — The Coast Guard would like to remind recreational boaters of the risks associated with recreating in, on or around cold water this Fourth of July weekend. Despite warmer air temperatures, Pacific Northwest waters continue to remain in the 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit range. To prevent cold water shock… SEE MORE