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N.C. Sea Grant organized the free event designed for recreational anglers, fisheries scientists, resource managers, elected and appointed officials, and others interested in North Carolina's marine recreational fishing. Comment?
Corey Bellamy, left, and Eddie Jones with a big wahoo they boated recently off Ocean Isle. Comment?
MANNS HARBOR, N.C. The contractor dredging the channel used for the Hatteras-Ocracoke ferry run is more than halfway done with the project. Comment?
HATTERAS, N.C. A 16-foot great white shark named Mary Lee is among those who like calling North Carolina home. Comment?
Capt. Kenny Koci, skipper of the sportfishing boat Big Tahuna, probably never will experience another charter trip like that he had Sunday and Monday. Comment?
Reds, or puppy drum, struck voraciously at Cape Lookout and along the southernmost S.C. coast. Comment?
In this Jan 2, 2013 photo provided by Liz Browing Fox, Lou Browning of Hatteras Island Wildlife Rehabilitation in N.C., holds a loggerhead turtle. Comment?
PORTSMOUTH, Va. The Coast Guard said Thursday it will convene a formal hearing next month into the sinking of a tall ship off the coast of North Carolina during Hurricane Sandy. Comment?
The most promising freshwater locations appear to be Fontana Lake and Lake Keowee. Comment?
Duncan Thomasson, left, and Eric Holmes with their 883-pound catch on June 14, 2010. Comment?
Andy Thomasson, left, and Eric Holmes stand with their 883-pound catch on June 14, 2010. Comment?
RODANTHE, N.C. People headed to Hatteras Island for the Christmas holiday - or as early as Thursday - have some good news: the last section of N.C. Highway 12 damaged by Superstorm Sandy is ready for traffic. Comment?
Shelly Kress of Boiling Springs Lakes with two of the large speckled trout she caught this week while fishing at Sasspan Creek near Shallotte. Comment?
AVON, N.C. A Hatteras Island man wants Dare County to change a 27-year-old ordinance that prohibits selling seafood from a truck. Comment?
"I'm rating the action for trout the best I've seen in many years," Monroe native Joe Shute, a veteran guide and tackle shop operator, said Tuesday from Atlantic Beach. Comment?
Deputy Cliff Tice of the Dare County Sheriff's Department walks down damaged and impassable NC 12 leading into Mirlo Beach in Rodanthe, N.C. on Tuesday, Oct. Comment?