Established in 2011, NC Catch, in partnership with the state's local Catch groups, strengthens the North Carolina seafood economy through promotion and education.
We work to educate consumers on the importance of buying local seafood and how to:
- support a robust seafood economy and culture
- promote commercial fishing as a sustainable profession deeply rooted in North Carolina heritage and deeply linked to the future
- support seafood industry economic opportunities and job growth
- identify, prepare and store seafood.
Support Your Local Catch Group
|Discover the rich fishing history of Brunswick County with beautifully written biographies of the area's first fishermen. Learn which restaurants are proudly serving Brunswick Catch seafood, and read a fun Q&A on how to identify fresh fish!
Get connected to the watermen of Carteret County. See which restaurants in the area are Carteret Catch members, check for upcoming events, and listen to interviews from some of the area's hardworking captains!
Read about Ocracoke Island's fisheries and the huge effort made to save the island's last remaining fish house. Find links for learning more about the Ocracoke Working Watermen's Association, it's museum exhibit and upcoming events.
Find restaurants, wholesalers and retailers providing domestic seafood from the Outer Banks region. Explore local recipes and reliable cooking tips from the pros.
9:00am - 11:00am
Ocracoke, Lifeguarded Beach
10:00am - 2:00pm
Morris Landing, Onslow County
11:00am - 6:00pm
11:00am - 3:00pm
Core Sound Waterfowl Museum & Heritage Center, Harkers Island, NC