Great Bay Oyster Reef Restoration Site to Close to Shellfishing
A five-acre area of Great Bay where The Nature Conservancy is conducting an oyster reef restoration program will be closed to shellfish harvest (clam, oyster, and other bivalve mollusk) for five years beginning November 1, 2016, through October 31, 2021. Read more...
- A shellfishing license is required to harvest clams or oysters; NH residents only. Resident Softshell Clam and Resident Oyster licenses are available to purchase online
- Clamming in New Hampshire (or call the Clam Flat Hotline: 1-800-43-CLAMS)
- Coastal boating & shore fishing access sites
- How to dig - The proper clam digging technique will help protect and improve our clam stocks!
- How to improve oyster beds; oyster drill identification
- Lobster Reporting Programs
- Lobster Tagging
- NH Saltwater Fishing Digest
- Red Tide Resource Center
- Shellfishing Maps
- Tide charts - Maineharbors.com
- Webcams, Coastal - Maineharbors.com
See also: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)