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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for April19, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for April 12, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for April 5, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for March 29, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for March 22, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for March 15, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for March 8, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for March 1, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for February 22, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for February 15, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for February 8, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for February 1, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for January 25, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for January 11, 2019

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for January 4, 2019

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The North Carolina Fisheries Association Wishes You a Merry Christmas!

 

North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for December 14, 2018

>Click here to read the Weekly Update<, to read all the updates >click here<, for older updates listed as NCFA >click here< Fishermen, for-hire boat captains, and others associated with North Carolina’s marine fishery may get a phone call from federal or state authorities asking about impacts from Hurricane Florence. The National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA-Fisheries) is working with the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries to evaluate fisheries damages from the storm.,,, 16:14

North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for December 7, 2018

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for November 30, 2018

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for Nov. 16, 2018

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for November 2, 2018

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for 10/26/2018

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for October 19, 2018

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for October 12, 2018

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for October 5, 2018

North Carolina Fisheries Association is trying to compile an assessment of damages sustained to our industry during Hurricane Florence. If you are a commercial fisherman, fish house owner or dealer processer, please email estimated damages and photos to Aundrea O’Neal at [email protected] It is imperative that we get this information as soon as possible so that we can let our legislators know the needs as a result >Click here to read the Weekly Update<, to read all the updates >click here<, for older updates listed as NCFA >click here<14:30

North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for September 28, 2018

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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for September 21, 2018 – Hurricane Florence Aftermath

Keith Bruno (Endurance Seafood) of Oriental, NC is just one example of the destruction to our seafood industry from Hurricane Florence. North Carolina Fisheries Association is trying to get an idea of the total impact that Hurricane Florence has had on our industry. If you are a commercial fisherman, dealer and/or processor, please email your estimated damages and losses to Aundrea O’Neal. ([email protected]) Please include photos if possible. We are going to attempt reaching out to our Legislators to try and get assistance for our industry, but we need figures to present to them. NCFA would like to extend our sympathies to the Bruno family for the loss of their business and livelihood, as well as others’ throughout our region. >Click here to read the Weekly Update<, to read all the updates >click here<, for older updates listed as NCFA >click here<13:47

From North Carolina Fisheries Association – WE NEED INFO ON HURRICANE FLORENCE FISHING INDUSTRY DAMAGES!!!

We need as much information on damages the commercial fishing industry has sustained as a result of Hurricane Florence! We know there will be huge losses from a future income standpoint, but that’s not what we’re looking for at the moment. We need to know about damage done to fish houses, boats, lost gear, etc. Also damages done to your homes, vehicles, or anything connected to commercial fishing. We will be contacting federal and state officials and the first thing they want are numbers, so please help us with this information! >click to read<12:41

From North Carolina Fisheries Association – WE NEED INFO ON FISHING INDUSTRY DAMAGES!!!

DAMAGE INFORMATION NEEDED!

WE NEED INFO ON FISHING INDUSTRY DAMAGES!!!

We need as much information on damages the commercial fishing industry has sustained as a result of Hurricane Florence!

We know there will be huge losses from a future income standpoint, but that’s not what we’re looking for at the moment. We need to know about damage done to fish houses, boats, lost gear, etc. Also damages done to your homes, vehicles, or anything connected to commercial fishing.

We will be contacting federal and state officials and the first thing they want are numbers, so please help us with this information!

Regarding our industry helping others, also let us know what you may be able to do to help, such as ice or whatever else you can assist with.

Beaufort Inlet Seafood, (Brent Fulcher), is giving ice to local folks in need as long as supplies last. Brent said just show up at the fish house with a cooler!

We’re not sure how long it will last, but for the moment the best way to communicate is with my email, Facebook, or my cell number. Glenn Skinner and Aundrea O’Neal have communication problems in Carteret County but at the moment, I do not in Craven County. We don’t have power at home, but I’m using a generator.

Jerry Schill: 252-361-3015.
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North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for August 31, 2018

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