Latest News On Ocean Fishing Off the Humboldt Area Coast

From the Humboldt Area Saltwater Anglers

  April 9, 2020 Good morning/afternoon/evening…  We hope this finds each of our members well amid this growing crisis. We urge each household to take the advisements of the CDC, county, state and federal governments seriously and ...

Fellow HASA supporters and fishing enthusiasts, we had a board meeting yesterday and made the difficult decision to CANCEL our 2020 fundraiser scheduled at the Arcata Community Center on 4/25/20. We would like to thank all the persons ...

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BOATING PUBLIC NOTICE: Humboldt Bay Navigational Aids out of position

The Coast Guard has temporarily relocated Aids to Navigation HUMBOLDT BAY LB 9 (LLNR 8195) and HUMBOLDT BAY LB 10 (LLNR 8200) to facilitate dredging operations through the months of September, October and possibly into November 2020, by the US Army Corps of Engineers.

HUMBOLDT BAY LB 9 is now established in position 40-45.83N 124-13.08W

HUMBOLDT BAY LB 10 is now established in position 40-45.27N 124-13.10W

Electronic AIS positions for these aids remain in their original published NOAA chart positions to assist mariners in avoiding these shoal areas.

Safety updates will continue to be announced via Broadcast Notice to Mariners VHF-FM channel 16, and published through the local Notice To All Mariners (NOTAM). Any vessel needing assistance, or updates, shall contact Sector Humboldt Bay on VHF-FM channel 16 or at (707) 839-6113.
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Tom with a nice Bluefin tuna caught on board B2Squid on Friday 9/11/20 ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Janis Joe Polos

Hey Folks,

Hope you are having a good summer considering everything that is going on. I'm starting to get things rolling for the HASA fall newsletter and was hoping I could get some interest in some of you submitting an article. The due date for article is October 23. Also, if you have any pictures to contribute that would be great.

We have had folks submit articles on fishing tips/techniques so if you have anything that you would like to share with your fellow fishers that would be great.

If you have a good fish story to share that might be fun too. Who doesn?t love a fish story?true or not.

The deadline for submission of materials for the Fall newsletter is October 23 (sooner is OK too). Please contact me if you have any questions (summerchum@yahoo.com).

Thanks

joe
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