Tomrobinsons1 Aug 25, 2023

An old-timey seafood market thrives near Raleigh-Durham

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,

Krtbk Aug 25, 2023

Students get local seafood at UNC-Wilmington dining hall

NC Catch Chef Ambassador Keith Rhodes shares the delicious message of North Carolina seafood with young people at University of North Carolina-Wilmington (Photo: WECT News).

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Plyerretire Aug 25, 2023

Ocracoke Island seafood heroes retire

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. 

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Basnight Jul 03, 2023

Commercial fisher Vicki Basnight runs a true local seafood restaurant on the Outer Banks

"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

Jasonhall%282%29 Jun 28, 2023

Meet NC Catch's newest board member Jason Hall

“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

Lonefisher May 20, 2023

Coastal growth squeezes out tradition

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


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