Current Reports

Trip-Level Reporting Forms

Trip-Level Reporting Instructions

Trip-Level Electronic Reporting

New for 2017: Bluefin Tuna is exempted from trip-level reporting beginning in 2017

  • Bluefin trips should still be reported to HMS.
  • Any trip that has catch other than or in addition to Bluefin tuna must still be reported to DMF. If Bluefin is caught in addition to something else, the tuna can be left off of the report.
  • If you only target Bluefin tuna, do not land other species, and do not have any additional endorsements on your license, you should supply your HMS permit number and select federal reporting as your reporting method during your permit renewal.
  • Please see this flyer pdf format of Tuna Reporting Flyer
for more information, or view the FAQs page.

Reporting Compliance Changes for 2013 and Beyond 

Trip-Level Supplemental Report

For a list of Frequently Asked questions, click here

If you have further questions, please call or email the Statistics Project at (978) 282-0308 ext.101

Striped Bass Commercial Fishing Log

Shellfish Aquaculture

Reporting Maps

Obtain a Copy of Your Catch Report

There are two ways: You can either show up in person at our Gloucester Office with a valid photo id OR send a signed, notarized letter to:

   Statistics Project
   MA Division of Marine Fisheries
   30 Emerson Ave
   Gloucester, MA 01930

** be sure to indicate which catch report type and year(s) you are interested in.