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Originally posted on The Daily Reflector Sunday, May 21, 2017  By Nathan Summers Sports editor Nathan Summers is taking monthly excursions on the Tar River to explore the river’s character and its characters. [caption id="attachment_3282" align="alignleft" width="300"] NCWRC Fisheries Biologist Michael Fisk holding a Striped Bass.[/caption] When I began...

JOIN US FOR THE WAYNE COUNTY CHAPTER COASTAL CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION BANQUET ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 24TH IN GOLDSBORO! WERE HEADED BACK TO LANE TREE GOLF CLUB 2317 SALEM CHURCH RD. GOLDSBORO JUST OFF THE HWY. 70 BYPASS Doors Open at 6:00 pm with Open Bar, Dinner, Raffles, Silent and Live Auction. Dinner this year...

Proposed harvest increase for iconic sportfish shelved by Atlantic States Commission ALEXANDRIA, VA – A controversial proposal to relax regulations on striped bass and allow a 10-percent increase in harvest was voted down at the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) meeting this week. Anglers and...

Raleigh, NC- The North Carolina Chamber announced Tuesday its support of NC Sound Economy and House Bill 867, The Coastal Fisheries Conservation and Economic Development Act. The North Carolina Chamber is the state’s largest business advocacy organization. NC Sound Economy is an expanding coalition of fishermen,...

By David Sneed CCA NC Executive Director As all eyes have been focused this week on an agreement between Republicans in the House and Senate, and Governor Cooper, to repeal HB2, please be assured that legislative actions affecting North Carolina's coastal fisheries have also been heating...

“Whoa,” you may be thinking as you click on ccanc.org to check what’s happening in the world of marine fisheries. “This looks different!” Yes, it does. What you’re looking at is nine months of planning, testing and hair-pulling to develop an updated website for the...