New science shows conservation strategies have worked to rebuild the Nassau grouper population.
Researchers at UNCW show warming temperatures cause loggerheads to give birth mostly to female offspring. Read more in Hook, Line & Science.
Citizen scientists collected seafood samples to help determine seafood mislabeling — and they did it as well as the experts.
Coastal habitats are vital for the state’s important fish species, as well as for fish that migrate along the East Coast.
How cold is too cold for spotted seatrout?
People are willing to pay for local and eco-labeled seafood.
It depends on whether they want information about fisheries — or about what they should buy. Learn more in Hook, Line & Science!
Yes, by using “fishways” — but with varying degrees of success.
Fish shrinkage, invasive lionfish appetites, and cobia movement were our most popular topics as North Carolina Sea Grant’s Hook, Line & Science blog celebrates its first year.
At Wrightsville Beach, 84 different fishes use the surf zone.