10 Trips You Should’ve Paddled This Summer

Tweet Let’s guess, you didn’t get out on the water as much as you’d hoped this summer. In thinking through trips you could’ve or should’ve gone on, here’s 10 more to add to the list. 9-Day Supernatural Sea Kayaking in … Continue reading →

Get Your 2018 New Hampshire Wildlife Calendar!

Tweet MEDIA: Hi-res image available at wildnh.com/shop/images/calendar-cover-lg.jpg CONCORD, N.H. — The all-new 2018 New Hampshire Wildlife Calendar is now available from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. This award-winning calendar features close-up images of native wildlife and includes hunting and fishing season … Continue reading →

What Does the Latest Swordfish Stock Assessment Say?

Tweet RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ATLANTIC SWORDFISH VARY BY STOCK Highly migratory species, including tunas and billfish, travel the world’s oceans and traverse national boundaries. Regional fishery management organizations (RFMOs) work at the international level to manage such species, bringing together scientists … Continue reading →

New Electronic Reporting Requirements for Mid-Atlantic Charter/Party Vessels

TweetBeginning March 12, 2018, all charter and party vessels that hold a federal permit for species managed by the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council will be required to electronically submit vessel trip reports for all trips carrying passengers for hire. These eVTRs must be … Continue reading →

Final Amendment on Essential Fish Habitat for Atlantic Highly Migratory Species

Tweet Amendment 10 to the 2006 Consolidated HMS Fishery Management Plan: Essential Fish Habitat NOAA Fisheries conducted a 5-year review of Atlantic Highly Migratory Species (HMS) Essential Fish Habitat (EFH) and determined that updates to HMS EFH are warranted and … Continue reading →