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.

Tradewinds Online March/April 2017 Tradewinds were important in the development of trade and provided a means of transportation and communications to isolated coast communities. We are still isolated in a sense even with our modern...

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Cajun Oyster Pie

Cajun Oyster Pie Recipe by:KTEEKIMO "A Louisiana favorite! You may add cooked vegetables to the filling if you wish." Ingredients 3 thick slices bacon 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 3/4 cup milk 18 shucked oysters, drained with liquid...

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Weekly Update May 19, 2017

Weekly Update for May 19, 2017 as a pdf WEEKLY UPDATE: 5/19/2017 NORTH CAROLINA FISHERIES ASSOCIATION "Serving the Commercial Fishing Families of North Carolina since 1952"Phone: (252) 633-NCFA (6232) Glenn Skinner, Exec. Director:...

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