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Istock 1249051156 750x500 May 18, 2022

Most U.S. fish stocks are not overfished, NOAA reports


"In 2021, U.S. fisheries held steady with more than 90 percent of stocks not subject to overfishing, and 80 percent not overfished." That's the latest from the annual

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Keithrhodesmarkwiens May 16, 2022

Soft-shell crab burgers + the best shrimp and grits

NC Catch team shows professional eater and Migrationology blogger Mark Wiens why our state is a continuous seafood festival during a seafood tour around Wilmington.

When it comes to finding

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Saltboxseafoodjointfriedseafood Apr 14, 2022

5 tips for perfect fried seafood from a master chef

For the best fried fish or shrimp, Salt Box Seafood Joint chef Ricky Moore is adamant: “Let me debunk the myth that frying seafood is a big-time chore. It’s easy.”

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Seaviewseafoodstew Apr 04, 2022

How climate change is affecting the seafood we eat


The impacts of climate change are affecting your access to local seafood and stressing coastal communities from the Outer Banks all the way south to the Cape Fear

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Lenaritter Mar 31, 2022

The commercial fisher who saved Stump Sound oysters

If you love North Carolina's famous salty-sweet Stump Sound oysters, take a second to remember seventh-generation commercial fisher Lena Ritter, an inspiration who reminds us how much our voices

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Ana Mar 03, 2022

3 women making a difference in the commercial fishing industry


Women's History Month: Meet the women harvesting some of North Carolina's best seafood and working to protect the state's seafood culture and coastal enviroment.

The commercial fishing industry

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