Latest News On Ocean Fishing Off the Humboldt Area Coast

From the Humboldt Area Saltwater Anglers

We’re finally coming out of the most extreme COVID restrictions, but with too little time now to properly plan an indoor full-size fund raiser dinner and auction. We are planning a smaller, lower-key event for Saturday, April 9. ...

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FYI: Canopy Wind and Vineyard Offshore would like to invite you to a joint port hours session next Wednesday, June 5th, from 8-10 am at the D dock at the Humboldt Bay Harbor. Following that, we will be heading up to Crescent City for dock hours from 12-2pm. We will have some informational handouts (and coffee/snacks). We would love to see you all there, and we would especially like to meet some new faces. Please help us out by spreading the word if you are so inclined. Additionally, I wanted to make you aware that Canopy Wind and Vineyard Offshore have teamed up to provide up to 15 full-tuition scholarships for the upcoming OUPV/Master up to 100-ton Captain’s course being held in Humboldt Bay from June 17-28. See attached flyer for more details. This course is not typically offered in northern California, so we see this as a great opportunity to help educate some local folks who are looking to increase their employment opportunities. Please be sure you meet the requirements of the course before applying. These seats will be first come first served. Again, please feel free to pass along to anyone you think may be interested. Thanks, and I hope to see you next week, -RickyRicky J. Alexander, M.Sc.Fisheries Liaison New MarketsM: +1.312.504.9085Ricky.Alexander@RWE.comRWE Renewables ... See MoreSee Less
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May 26 is day two of the kinetic sculpture race. The Race will be using the public marina boat launch in the morning for launching of the sculptures. The sculptures will then proceed to the Samoa bridge boat ramp on the incoming tide. Just an FYI that the parking and launch area will be congested and probably not usable for fishing boat launches due to the congestion. The City of Eureka is supposed to place some information signs.  ... See MoreSee Less
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