Tradewinds

A North Carolina Fisheries Association Publication

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More Fertilizer Than Fact

  Written  by: Glenn Skinner   For decades, states from Texas to South Carolina have been portrayed as a sportsman’s paradise for recreational anglers.   Some claim that bans of commercial fishing gears and gamefish bills in these states have created coastal Shangri-La’s where size limits are...

FISH LIES, PROPOGANDA, FAKE NEWS

WRITTEN AND CONTRIBUTED BY: EASTON EDWARDS   I recently attended the Marine Fisheries Commission meeting held in New Bern, NC on February 19th & 20th.  Public comments were Wednesday night and Thursday morning.  I sat and listened to individuals rant and rave that gill nets were the evil...

Commercial Fishermen Fund Southern Flounder Satellite Tagging Study

Mike Loeffler netted a southern flounder from a tank and pulled it out of the water where Shelby White and Anne Markwith were waiting with a measuring board. “First, we’ll get a length on her,” said White, and she called out the length of the fish to a nearby technician recording the data. “Then...

Wildlife Commission Proposes Measures That Will Impact Protection of Coastal Fish Habitat and Commercial Fishing

Most North Carolinians realize that there are two agencies that deal with fishing in our state’s waters.  One, the Wildlife Resources Commission (WRC), regulates hunting and freshwater fishing (Inland waters), while the other, the Marine Fisheries Commission (MFC) sets restrictions on fishing in...

STORM-TESTED Keith Bruno of Oriental, NC Pays it Forward

Keith Bruno of Oriental, North Carolina has been blown about, battered, shaped, and made wiser by storms. The brawny fisherman from New York moved south because remnants of Hurricane Floyd washed pesticides – sprayed to combat mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus - into Long Island Sound and killed...

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Hurricane Laura

HURRICANE LAURA by Brent Fulcher The North Carolina Fisheries Association is in the process of compiling relief supplies, including seafood, for the Gulf areas affected by Hurricane Laura. The easy part is getting the donated stuff, but the logistics can be a...

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