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Ssa logo final white background 01 Mar 16, 2018

Sustainable Shark Trade Bill Supported by Both Conservationists and Fishing Industry

H.R. 5248, the Sustainable Shark Fisheries and Trade Act, was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Rep. Daniel Webster (R-FL) and Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA), along with co-sponsors

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Our Coast's History: North Carolina's First Fish

Elbert Guthrie, second from right, helps his crew haul in mullet at Cedar Point Beach in 1952. Photo courtesy: David Guthrie

Article by Frank Tursi

North Carolina's official fish

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New Stumpy Point fish house keeps tradition alive

By Sandy Semans Ross for The Outer Banks Voices

The commercial fishing village of Stumpy Point begins coming alive about 4:30 each morning when captains and crew members head from

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Plenty More Fish in the Sea

Chefs are meeting the demands of local fishermen, creating a sustainable trend of fresh seafood menus, plus oysters.

From Indy Week, 11/29/2017, by Emma Laperruque

I was having déjà

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Garden & Gun: Cornbread Oyster Dressing

"The warm briny oysters are the perfect foil for the earthy sweetness of the chestnuts. Throw in the country ham, and you’ve got a complex balance of salt and sweet

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Cape%20shark%20final%20report Nov 17, 2017

NC SeaGrant Releases Sea-to-School Report

In the winter of 2016-17, Cape Hatteras Secondary School in Dare County piloted the state's first sea-to-school program with the spiny dogfish, a species marketed more recently under the name

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