Serving Fishing Families Since 1952

Commercial fishermen established the North Carolina Fisheries Association, Inc. (NCFA) in 1952 to serve fishing families by protecting their heritage and promoting seafood. To achieve this, the association actively lobbies local, state and federal policymakers on behalf of the industry and engages in many outreach and education projects.

Over six decades later, NCFA still believes the commercial fishing industry begins and ends with families – from those who harvest seafood to those who enjoy it. We are committed to presenting an accurate portrait of the industry and the people who sustain it.

Proud Collaborative Research

With collaborative research on Shrimp by-catch reduction between the NCFA and  NC Division of Marine Fisheries, we proudly post this picture from the F/V Micah Bell and Capt. Rico. These shrimp were caught in Pamlico Sound during the week of July 18,...

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Carolina Shrimp Salad

¾ cup hot mustard (Dijon or Creole) Hot pepper sauce to taste 1 bell pepper, diced ¾ cup salad oil 3 green onions, chopped 1/4 cup catsup 2 to 3 pounds cooked, cleaned shrimp ½ cup vinegar Combine all of the ingredients and chill. May be served with toothpicks as an...

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Weekly Update for July 25, 2016

Weekly Update for July 25, 2016 as a pdf WEEKLY UPDATE: 7/25/2016 NORTH CAROLINA FISHERIES ASSOCIATION “Serving the Commercial Fishing Families of North Carolina since 1952” Phone: (252) 633-NCFA (6232) Jerry Schill, President:...

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CCFA Fresh Shrimp Burger Sale-August 13, 2016 @*Beaufort Pirate Invasion*