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Current News Releases By Headline

SEPTEMBER 2019

Reminder: Division of Marine Fisheries public comment period open on proposed blue crab management changes

Division of Marine Fisheries seeks public comment on proposed blue crab management changes

All North Carolina coastal waters to close to shellfish harvest

Excessive rains, flooding from Hurricane Dorian may cause high bacteria levels in coastal waters

Fishermen asked to track and prepare for Hurricane Dorian


AUGUST 2019

Marine Fisheries Commission approves flounder season closure, denies petition for rulemaking

Commercial Spanish mackerel harvest closes Saturday

MEDIA ADVISORY: Public hearing scheduled on Pamlico County shellfish lease proposal

Marine Fisheries schedules public informational meeting about artificial reef near Roanoke Island

MEDIA ADVISORY: Marine Fisheries Commission to meet Aug. 21-23 in Raleigh

State completes construction of Swan Island Oyster Sanctuary


JULY 2019

Council Seeks Input on Proposed Changes for Red Snapper Season

MEDIA ADVISORY: Standard Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Board to meet

Division of Marine Fisheries issues annual stock overview for 2018

Marine Fisheries encourages donation of red snapper carcasses and catch reporting

Fishermen Encouraged to Use Best Practices and Assist with Data Collection During Red Snapper Opening

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