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We at H&M Landing are concerned with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), which poses a worldwide health emergency. The health and safety of our employees, customers, partners and the communities we serve is our number one priority.

Effective immediately, and extending into early May or until otherwise mandated, H&M has suspended operations on all trips scheduled to depart.

Staff will be available to reserve your future dates, as we know this situation is temporary and we are anticipating a robust season.

Please stay safe and healthy in the coming weeks and practice all recommendations set forth by your local health agencies.

We look forward to the cessation of this global pandemic and a return to normality.


 

March 17, 2020


The Old Glory returned this morning with 37 Bluefin and 1 Yellowfin!

The Old Glory is scheduled to depart Wednesday and are a go for sure Friday night for 1.5 Day!

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P: (619) 222-1144 F: (619) 222-0784 E: [email protected]Location:
2803 Emerson Street
San Diego, CA 92106

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Thursday May 21, 2020 Update

Welcome Back H&M Landing Customers.

With a date yet to be identified for reopening (though it is not too far away), we have implemented the following procedures to provide you with the best experience possible. As our customer, H&M Landing recognizes we all play a role. Our staff and vessel crews have taken every precaution and request our customers take an active role in playing their part as well.

H&M Landing and Tackle Shop
  • We recommend on-line reservations and payment in full to reduce crowding at time of check-in.
  • Should you have any questions, instructional placards have been placed at the entrance of the landing explaining the protocols on the property.
  • H&M staff will wear face masks while processing customers in our service center and tackle shop.
  • Hand sanitizing stations are provided outside in the open atmosphere and in our service center/tackle shop.
  • All H&M staff have been trained in the Sanitization Protocols with training documented.
  • H&M will have staff located at the entrance to monitor social distancing and to give guidance, as necessary.
Docks and Piers
  • H&M will provide staff to monitor the pier and dock to prevent a group of people from developing.
  • As best possible H&M Landing will establish appropriate shore-side passenger staging areas for each vessel.
  • As best possible, H&M Landing will only have passengers board one vessel at a time if there is a shared dock.
  • H&M Landing will maintain the cleanliness of the dock carts and hand rails.
Day Boats
  • Cleaning and Disinfection Efforts – At this time, in addition to routine cleaning and disinfection strategies, vessel crews will conduct more frequent cleaning of commonly touched surfaces such as handrails, countertops, restrooms and doorknobs. The primary mode of COVID-19 virus transmission is believed to be through respiratory droplets that are spread from an infected person through coughing or sneezing to a susceptible close contact within 6 feet.
  • When safe and possible, crew and passengers shall do their best to ensure there is 6 feet of rail space between one another.
  • Passengers are requested to wear a mask or face covering at all times.
  • Vessel crews shall have all rails, counters and seating areas cleaned as frequently as possible but as reasonable for the circumstances.
  • When practical only permit persons in the galley who are ordering and consuming food. When possible, all passengers shall be invited to eat outside as is reasonable and prudent.
  • Vessel crews shall encourage passengers to observe sanitization and social-distancing parameters to the extent reasonably possible, while being considerate of the customer experience
Overnight Boats
  • Cleaning and Disinfection Efforts – At this time, in addition to routine cleaning and disinfection strategies, vessel crews will conduct more frequent cleaning of commonly touched surfaces such as handrails, countertops, and doorknobs. The primary mode of COVID-19 virus transmission is believed to be through respiratory droplets that are spread from an infected person through coughing or sneezing to a susceptible close contact within about 6 feet.
  • Passengers are requested to wear a self-provided mask or face covering at all times.
  • All vessel berthing surfaces and hand holds to be sanitized between each trip.
  • All passengers requested to bring their own bedding (lite blanket/sleeping bag and pillow) for overnight trips. The exception is if a vessel provides complete set of sanitized linen and blankets on every trip for each individual passenger. (see notes for your trip when reserving)
  • When safe and possible, crew and passengers shall do their best to ensure there is 6 feet of rail space between one another.
  • Vessel crew will do their best in alternating head and feet positions in berthing areas to keep respiratory distance between persons on vessels that have tiered berthing.
  • Vessel crews shall have all rails, counters and seating areas cleaned as frequently as possible but as reasonable for the circumstances.
  • When practical, only permit persons in the galley who are ordering and consuming food. When possible, all passengers should be invited to eat outside as is reasonable and prudent.
  • Vessel crews shall encourage passengers to observe sanitization and social-distancing parameters to the extent reasonably possible, while being considerate of the customer experience.
On any and all trips:

Vessel Captain and crew must:

Crew will notify Captain immediately if Covid-19, or other respiratory illness of flu-like symptoms develop.  According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) the following may appear as symptoms of infection within 2 – 14 days after exposure to the virus:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Chills
  • Repeated shaking with chills
  • Muscle pain
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • New loss of taste

Captain notifies (US Coast Guard, Landing, Owner, County Health, etc.) if crew member or passenger develops symptoms and will take steps and implement responsive measures, if any, directed by County Health officials.  Such measures may include imposition of physical separation of passengers to the extent possible within the physical confines of the boat, early trip termination, diversion to nearer port for passenger treatment and/or medical intervention, and other individualized intercession as circumstances warrant.

H&M Landing and our fleet of independently owned and operated vessels are following CDC guidelines to provide the best possible experience for our customers. Our additional efforts are intended to minimize the risk of transmission of COVID-19 throughout your entire experience. We appreciate your understanding and in being responsible for taking an active role in minimizing the spread.

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H&M Landing1 day ago
Stop in and see us this weekend for your tackle needs! We’re conveniently located less than a mile from the Shelter Island launch ramp. Our hours are 5:30am-4 daily.

Do you need a fishing license? Stop by. Maybe even a new hoodie? We’ve got those too! Please feel free to give us a call if you have any questions 619 222 1144

** please note that we are following county guidelines, face mask and social distancing are required **

#supportsmallbusiness #hmlanding #yeswereopen
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H&M Landing3 days ago
We have reached a milestone!! Our tackle shop re opens tomorrow morning. If you need a fishing license, tackle or maybe a new t shirt to support your favorite landing, we’ve got it!! We will be open from 5:30am-4pm. We look forward to seeing you all. ***H&M Landing is following county guidelines, social distancing and face masks are required to enter. ***
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H&M Landing4 days ago
#wahoowednesday
Sal Tocco with a nice wahoo onboard the Red Rooster 111 in October, Mike Nall’s on the gaff.
@foodbyboom
@redrooster3

** I know many of you have inquired about our status, we will have a statement in the upcoming days regarding our re-opening**

Thank you for your ongoing support.
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H&M Landing5 days ago
It’s a family affair for @meyer.p45 onboard the Constitution last Summer. #tunatuesday @constitutionsportfishing
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H&M Landing6 days ago
The fish so nice, they named it twice. #mahimonday @ranger_85_sportfishing

** It’s a throwback pic, we aren’t running yet**
H&M Landing
H&M Landing1 week ago
Just waiting this out... hoping for good news in the upcoming weeks!

I know you all miss fishing, so do we!!

We hope you all enjoyed seeing pictures from our past over the last month. Thank you to Danny Wade, Jd McGriff, and Tim Green for helping out with dates, names and small bits of history. We would also like to thank the Taft family, the Cates family, the Grivetto family, the McDaniels family, and the O’Brien’s, for sharing their photos. We are proud of our past, making it through the present, and focusing on our future.
We are all in this together, like one big family.
It’s the people that make our landing special. Whether you’re owners/ operators, crew, office staff, or members of our maintenance team we appreciate you all.

To our passengers, we miss you, thank you for all of your support during this time.

Better days are on the horizon.

#hmlanding #strongertogether #betterdaysarecoming #onthehorizon #since1935 #sportfishing #supportsmallbusiness #covid_19 #whatayear

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