“Charcoal mullet is a thing of great pride” among coastal North Carolina cooks, archivist Connie Mason says. Fall’s first chill triggers a delicious, smoky scent along the coast. The aroma[ READ MORE ]
Two unofficial “holidays” will coax people away from their jobs on the North Carolina coast: the ACC college basketball tournament and the fall spot fishing season.
Word gets around quickly.[ READ MORE ]
"I always wanted a steady job. Something I could depend on. And that’s when I started the boat," Harry Bryant told journalist Melody Hunter-Pillion in the summer 2022 issue of[ READ MORE ]
When it comes to harvesting local seafood in North Carolina, who can fish, where they can fish and when is decided by the N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission, and[ READ MORE ]
Three things are absolutely clear when it comes to seafood: Local, domestic and sustainable are best. But that doesn't mean you have to seek out a fish market on the[ READ MORE ]
Wind farms may be on the horizon off North Carolina as the nation moves toward clean energy, but their impacts on marine fisheries is unclear, leaving many worried.
During the[ READ MORE ]