Latest News On Ocean Fishing Off the Humboldt Area Coast

From the Humboldt Area Saltwater Anglers

Attention HASA members: Lowell Wallace and family of W&W Sporting Goods located at 4300 Broadway St, Eureka, CA 95503 is retiring, and they will be liquidating the store with great prices and will be closing at the end of the ... ...

I just wanted to provide a quick salmon update for our HASA membership.  All in all, I would say we had a very successful ocean season within the KMZ and up and down the California and southern Oregon coast.  The ...

We’re increasingly seeing pictures of beaches all over the world simply covered in plastic which has washed ashore. As described in our August 2017 newsletter, it is estimated that 8.8 million tons of used plastic are washed out to sea ...

IPHC Interim Halibut Meeting:  The International Pacific Halibut Commission had their interim meeting on November 28 and 29 that gives the “state of the fishery” and the results of the summer survey.  It also sets up the agenda for the ...

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Salmon crossing!

KHQ Local News
Where's the "salmon crossing" sign?

Diana Kannenberg sent us this video of salmon crossing a flooded road north of Olympia on Sunday. That's not something you see every day.
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Crab season opens Saturday, November 3, 2018 to areas south of Patrick's Point. That means Trinidad and south are OPEN! Good luck and happy pickings! ... See MoreSee Less

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=2c0CN_1veT0Rockfish are long-lived fish species (some live to 100 years or more!) that are found in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. We have over 65 species off the Califor... ... See MoreSee Less

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Members and all –

The 372 foot dredge STUYVESANT is back and will begin dredging operations in the Bar and Entrance channels of Humboldt Bay.

Please remember to give the dredge plenty of room to work and to use extreme caution when transiting in the area near the dredge.

Thank you, Suzie
Suzie V. Howser, Chair
Harbor Safety Committee of the Humboldt Bay Area
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