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A new study reveals that certain types of oyster farming support comparable or greater rates of predatory feeding than natural oyster reefs.
Experience — and time of day — are key factors influencing the effectiveness of lionfish removal.
Scientists looked at whether development on tidal creek terrain affected the survival rate of yellow-phase American eels.
Research shows that adding “prey refuge bags” to artificial reefs improves fish populations — and it even raises the chances that anglers will have success.
Yes — but maybe not like you’d think they would.
Underwater sounds can provide important clues about the ecological health of a reef fish community.
The latest science from North Carolina researchers is required reading.
It turns out, most anglers can’t. Luckily, NCDMF has some tips.
Red drum are slower to leave the area after release, and fewer die after tournaments than spotted sea trout.
Pioneering research from a joint North Carolina Sea Grant and NC Space Grant research fellow shows that spring and summer months bring the most visitors — likely due to fishing activity.