Fish Post

Releases May 27, 2010

The N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission recently revised regulations to address interactions with sea turtles in the state’s gill net fishery and settle the recent lawsuit filed in federal court. The regulations have taken effect and apply year-round to all gill nets between 4-inches and 6 ½-inches stretched mesh that are fished as set nets in […]

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Releases May 13, 2010

There are changes in the 2010 Swansboro Rotary Tournament, a thirty-year tradition held each year on Memorial Day weekend. The tournament committee has decided to split the tournament into a blue water tournament in May on Memorial Day weekend, and a separate king mackerel tournament will be held in October. The king mackerel tournament will […]

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Releases April 29, 2010

Outdoorsmen were out in force at the nation’s capital last week as two events in Washington, DC, were dedicated to how this country manages its wild and natural resources. As President Obama hosted the White House Conference on America’s Great Outdoors on April 16, NOAA Fisheries was hosting the Saltwater Recreational Fishing Summit on April […]

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Releases April 15, 2010

Ron McManus, of North Myrtle Beach, has been awarded an Environmental Awareness Certificate of Excellence by the State of South Carolina. The South Carolina Environmental Awareness Award, established by the South Carolina General Assembly during the 1992 Legislative Session, recognizes outstanding contributions made toward the protection, conservation, and improvement of South Carolina’s natural resources. Nominations […]

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Releases April 1, 2010

Have we got a fish story for you. Oak Island Parks & Recreation Department is offering the second annual fishing program called WAIT! (Women Anglers In Training). The WAIT! program is for women only, and it promises to put participants at ease and develop their potential as anglers.  WAIT has created a stress-free environment where […]