The Gulf of Maine is Simmering, But Its Lobsters Seem Fine — For Now

As summers become hotter and sea temperatures rise in the Gulf of Maine, there’s concern that warmer waters will cause the cold water crustacean to move elsewhere, making it harder to satisfy lobster cravings for the region’s tourists.

A Tale of Two Gulfs: Warming Waters Impact the Maine Lobster Industry

July 29, 2022 Norah Hogan, WMTW

As climate change causes Maine waters to warm, lobstermen are forced to adapt to changes in the lobster industry.

Baby Lobster Numbers Low Off New England as Waters Warm

New data show the population of baby lobsters off New England is below average, raising concerns about the size of future commercial hauls of the valuable crustaceans as waters warm.

Introducing True Fin: Premium Gulf of Maine Seafood

True Fin, formerly known as Gulf of Maine Sashimi, Inc., is pleased to unveil a new brand identity. Committed to providing professional and home chefs the best seafood from the Gulf of Maine, True Fin is leading the way in boat-to-plate excellence.

Maine Lobster Industry Nets $ 2 Million For Research

For the second straight year, $ 2 million has been awarded for lobster research in the Gulf of Maine. Four of the nine NOAA Sea Grant projects will be conducted by Maine organizations, totaling $ 559,181 in funding for Maine-based research projects.