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Based on interviews with anglers, North Carolina offers a more diverse array of species than any other state but one on the Atlantic seaboard.
It’s gut-check time. New research identifies the predators.
North Carolina Sea Grant’s six-part online evening course will provide all the fundamentals on the science behind fisheries management.
New research suggests the extinct species could have been nearly 60 feet long.
Water sampling could help to better understand potential risks to shellfish consumers.
Repeatedly catching the same fish could influence stock assessments.
Fish larvae are entering Beaufort Inlet earlier in the year than they have before.
Watch this video to find out the kinds and amounts of seafood that people consume.
Watch this video about how new research suggests anglers should think twice about keeping fish close to the minimum size limit.
Watch this video about how researchers assessed the diets of the invasive lionfish to determine whether the species has a preferred food.