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News from Our Coasts: October 2020

10/16/2020 by US Harbors

NEWS & UPDATES FOR OCTOBER News & Virtual Events from Our Partners Updates from Our Coastal Business Community Photos of the Month We celebrated the second annual Harbormaster Appreciation Day on October 8th with a virtual meeting featuring Harbormasters from across the country and representatives from two of our sponsors… SEE MORE

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Long Island Sound Report Card: Region’s Bays Range from A to D-

10/14/2020 by US Harbors

By Kimberly Drelich. The eastern basin of Long Island Sound ranks high for water quality, as it benefits from lower population density in the region and natural tidal flushing from the ocean, according to the 2020 Long Island Sound Report Card released this past week by Save the Sound. The eastern… SEE MORE

Sirius Marine Fish Mapping Overview Podcast

The 8 Things That’ll Help You Find Fish Faster

10/13/2020 by US Harbors

In this podcast, Jay Feimster from PointClickFish.com talks with Dan Dickerson from SiriusXM Marine about their new Fish Mapping service.  Fish Mapping includes 8 dedicated fishing features to help saltwater anglers locate fish faster: Fishing Recommendations – gives locations oceanographers recommend for specific types of game fish, based on data-driven… SEE MORE

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National Seafood Month: Behind the Scenes of the Most Consumed Seafood

10/9/2020 by US Harbors

Shrimp, tuna, clams—the most popular seafood items in the United States are familiar names to both seafood lovers and the occasional consumer. You may have wondered about the environmental impact of consuming more of a popular product. We’ve got good news: U.S. seafood is sustainable seafood! Thanks to our robust… SEE MORE