As Fresh As It Gets: From The Ocean To Your Table Airs on August 25th

South San Francisco, CA   August 21, 2017  Submitted by Lau Hodges, San Mateo County Harbor District


The San Mateo County Harbor District’s very own Deputy Harbor Master Cary Smith talks with Anne LeClair about the fresh fish coming in from Pillar Point Harbor on As Fresh as it Gets (, airing August 25 at 5:30 p.m. Smith, “always appreciates the opportunity to get the word out about the fresh products that come from the ocean to your table.” And it shows! LeClair chats with Harbor Master Smith about the local salmon and Dungeness crab seasons at Smith’s “small city” the rest of us call Pillar Point Harbor.


 “It’s our pleasure to work with the San Mateo County Harbor District on our As Fresh as it Gets efforts.  We want people to know about our amazing fishermen and the incredible Harbor team,” LeClair exclaims with her infectious enthusiasm. “Interviewing Cary Smith was a way to help educate San Mateo County residents on the importance of buying fresh, local seafood.  The segment also offers a glimpse into the endless jobs performed by the Harbor team”.  Stop by Pillar Point Harbor to pick up some of the freshest seafood in the world or find out what is being sold straight off the boats by visiting or by calling (650) 726-5727 and choosing option #3.




About the San Mateo County Harbor District: The San Mateo County Harbor District was first established in 1933 and currently operates Pillar Point Harbor and Oyster Point Marina. Pillar Point Harbor remains a major commercial and sport fishing harbor, with 369 berths. It hosts several public events throughout the year and is an increasingly popular tourist destination on Half Moon Bay. The Harbor District began operating Oyster Point Marina in 1977. Now with ferry service to other points on San Francisco Bay, Oyster Point Marina provides a 408-berth marina and boat launch ramp, a fishing pier, a 33-acre park with picnic facilities and waterside hiking and jogging trails. The District is governed by a five-member Board of Harbor Commissioners, who are elected County-wide for staggered four-year terms. For more information please visit the Harbor District’s website:



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