NH Lobster Reporting Programs
For questions or concerns regarding lobster harvest or dealer reporting options, reporting forms, and requirements, please contact the Marine Fisheries Division at (603) 868-1095 between the hours of 8am and 4pm.
- NEW! Found a lobster with a white tag? Please report it (click here)
- If you are interested in reporting lobster harvest using the Electronic Lobster Harvest Reporting Program, contact Renee Zobel at (603) 868-1095 or e-mail ACCSP@wildlife.nh.gov. Click here to download the Electronic Lobster Harvester Reporting Program reply postcard
- Click here to download the Annual Lobster Harvest Reporting Form
Required for all new entrants, recreational harvesters, and those that harvested less than 1,000 pounds of lobster the previous year.
- For Lobster Harvesters electronically reporting only: Click here to download the update file for Lobster Harvest Reporting Program (Right-click on the link and use "save target as" to download and save the Excel file to your computer)
- Standard Atlantic Fisheries Information System (SAFIS) - Electronic reporting option for lobster dealers. New/interested users may contact Renee Zobel at (603) 868-1095 or ACCSP@wildlife.nh.gov
- Click here to view the SAFIS demo.
Lobster Tomalley Advisory - July 18, 2008
Frequently asked questions
Can I dive for lobster?
No. It is illegal to harvest lobster by diving in the State of New Hampshire.
I haven’t received my lobster trap tags yet. Do you have a number for Cambridge Security Seals?
Issues with lobster trap tags must be resolved through the Marine Fisheries Division (603-868-1095), not Cambridge Security Seals.
What do I need to allow me to land lobsters that were harvested outside of state waters in NH?
You will need a Wholesale Marine Species License if not licensed to harvest lobsters in state waters. To request this license, contact the Marine Division at (603) 868-1095 or Licensing/Front Desk at (603) 271-3422 between the hours of 8am and 4pm.
There have been a lot of lobster traps and gear washed up on the beach. Do you do anything about it?
NH Fish and Game organizes a spring cleanup each year with the NH Commercial Fishermen’s Association to clean up all the lobster gear debris caused by storms, etc.