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Southern flounder move offshore to spawn, but their migration patterns might be more mysterious than we thought.
Posts from a Facebook group revealed when and where anglers caught hickory shad and American shad — and even how they did it.
New research shows that snakes in watery habitats are sensitive to dehydration.
Here’s the answer inquiring anglers want to know.
Satellite-tagged mahi-mahi spend about 40% of their time near the surface and 95% of their day in water 77 to 84°F. A quick search online reveals that many anglers want to know the best water…
Surprising research suggests that differences among anglers don’t matter much when we look at how many fish they actually catch.
A new project points the way to more sustainable solutions for fiberglass vessels that have reached the end of their operating lives.
Electronic tagging shows that most of these fish survive the catch-and-release experience.
What Do Fish Fossils Reveal About Environmental Conditions in North Carolina’s Coastal Plain Several Million Years Ago?
Bladen County was likely a primary nursery area for Atlantic croaker and spot.
Acoustic tracking and conventional tagging provide crucial information to plan for the sustainability of the species.