You don't have to live near the North Carolina coast to find fresh seafood harvested by our state's commercial fishing families. In Carrboro, Tom Robinson's Seafood, in business since 1970,[ READ MORE ]
When Ocracoke Island almost lost its only fish house, Pattie and Hardy Plyler stepped up to run it as a community association. The couple's retires in September.
Ocracoke Island almost[ READ MORE ]
"Instead of blue marlin and swordfish trophies on the walls, Lone Cedar’s ceilings are covered with fishing poles, nets, crab pots, and fish traps to make the point that it’s[ READ MORE ]
“The food’s coming out of the local waters. It’s being touched by folks here in the state. This is how they make their living. This is how we make our[ READ MORE ]
Is it time for North Carolina to designate historic fishing communities protected heritage sites?
Ivey Gaskill remembers when there were plenty of fish houses on his native Harkers Island for[ READ MORE ]
Water pollution is hurting one of North Carolina's most historic fisheries, and the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries needs your help to save it.
The division is looking for individuals[ READ MORE ]