Gouldsboro Bay is located off the Downeast coast of Maine south of Steuben on the mainland and the smaller Joy Bay. Its northern border begins approximately where the public landing on Gouldsboro Point faces Rogers Point on Dyer Neck across the bay. The western shore of Dyer Neck defines its eastern border whereas Corea, a village in the town of Gouldsboro, runs along most of its western boundary. As with most of the villages in this area of Maine, the principal industry is fishing.
Hancock County and Washington County share the bay area with the line running roughly north-south through the bay. Hancock County is to the west of this line and Washington County is to the east.
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