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August 18, 2016

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Flounder and Red Drum caught from kayak in the ICW of Holden Beach, NC

Coastal Fishing Adventures

Posted on Youtube. Enjoy!







Published on Jul 20, 2016 by Coastal Fishing Adventures
Keeper Flounder and Red Drum caught in the ICW of Holden Beach, NC. Caught some finger mullet in the cast net and used those to catch the Flounder and Drum.

Till next time....
Tight lines!
Johnny





Reading the Beach - Identifying Sandbars, Troughs, & Cuts

Reading the Beach, Video by Ritch Troxler posted on Youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxk5HwyAk2dXqxcjONRdddA





Watch this on Youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlF_Hy3kNLY



Till next time....

Tight lines!

Johnny




Redfish Lesson: When You're Trying To Eat Dinner...You Don't Want To Get...









Watch this on Youtube? /Click here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43v2naZkVbs





Published on Jul 21, 2016
In Port O'Connor, Texas sightcasting redfish in some skinny water on the grass flats.
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Till next time....
Tight lines!
Johnny

Inshore Fishing NC for Redfish

Good video, shows how to release a redfish!







Till next time....

Tight lines!

Johnny

Shark Fishing The Outer Banks North Carolina Late July

Published on Aug 9, 2016







I enjoyed this video. Hope you will also.



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Tight lines!

Johnny

North Carolina Redfish 8/13/16

August North Carolina Redfish!







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Tight lines!

Johnny

NC Redfish 8/13/16



Kayak fishing in North Carolina







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Tight lines!

Johnny

BFB - Circle Hooks Bill Dance Fishing



Bill Dance Fishing







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Tight lines!

Johnny

August 11, 2016

Division of Marine Fisheries’ Standard Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Board to meet

Pat McCrory, Governor

Donald R. van der Vaart, Secretary


Release: Immediate
                    Contact: Patricia Smith
Date: Aug. 11, 2016
                    Phone: 252-726-7021

Division of Marine Fisheries’ Standard Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Board to meet

MOREHEAD CITY – The Standard Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Board of the state’s division of marine fisheries will meet at 10:30 a.m., Sept. 28 at the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality’s Wilmington Regional Office, 127 North Cardinal Drive Extension, Wilmington.
  
The board will consider applications deemed complete and submitted by Sept. 7.

The board meets two to three times a year to consider license applications. For directions on applying for a commercial fishing license, go to http://portal.ncdenr.org/web/mf/commercial-fishing-license-information and click on the Eligibility Pool Application link.


For more information, contact division License Eligibility Clerk Ann Bordeaux-Nixon at 910-796-7261 or Ann.Bordeaux-Nixon @ncdenr.gov.



August 9, 2016

State Marine Fisheries Commission to meet Aug. 17-19 in Raleigh

Pat McCrory, Governor
Donald R. van der Vaart, Secretary

Release: Immediate
Contact: Patricia Smith
Date: Aug. 8, 2016
Phone: 252-726-7021

State Marine Fisheries Commission to meet Aug. 17-19 in Raleigh

MOREHEAD CITY – The North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission will meet Aug. 17-19 at the Doubletree by Hilton University Brownstone, 1707 Hillsborough St., Raleigh.

Public comment periods will begin at 6 p.m. Aug. 17 and 9 a.m. Aug. 18. The chairman will allow each speaker to comment for up to three minutes. Due to time constraints, those making comments will be asked to speak only once, either at the Aug. 17 or Aug. 18 session, but not during both public comment periods.


The business meeting will begin at 9 a.m. Aug. 18 and 8:30 a.m. Aug. 19.



The deadline for submitting written correspondence to the commission, including email, through the Marine Fisheries Commission Office is noon on Aug. 16. Those who wish to forego this process and give handouts to the commission during the public comment periods should bring at least 12 copies of the handout.


The public may listen to the meeting on the Internet. Up to 200 participants may listen to audio and view presentations in real-time on a first-come, first-served basis. Directions for participating in the webcast, including information on system requirements and testing, can be found at: http://portal.ncdenr.org/web/mf/listen-online. Following the meeting, an audio recording will be posted online.


Agenda items include:
·         Approval of a $21,412 grant from its Conservation Fund for a genetic study of striped bass from the Central/Southern management area.
·         Setting the number of Standard Commercial Fishing Licenses to make available in an Eligibility Pool for the upcoming year.
·         Presentations on 2015 commercial and recreational landings and the 2016 Stock Status Report.
·         An update on a meeting between Division of Marine Fisheries and Wildlife Resources Commission staff regarding management of striped bass in the Central/Southern management area.
·         Approval of its annual schedule for Fishery Management Plan reviews.
·         Approval of an annual report on the Coastal Habitat Protection Plan.
·         Beginning the rulemaking process for a slate of 15 proposed rules to:
–        Implement the Hard Clam Fishery Management Plan Amendment 2 and Oyster Fishery Management Plan Amendment 4;
–        Establish the Permit for Weekend Trawling for Live Shrimp;
–        Relocate a 2003 requirement for a permit for dealers transacting in spiny dogfish from proclamation into rule;
–        Increase penalties for gear larceny;
–        Correct a coordinate in a boundary for Wade Creek;
–        Clarify license requirements for leaseholder designees;
–        Re-establish a rule delegating proclamation authority to the fisheries director to specify time, area, means and methods, season, size, and quantity of spotted seatrout harvested in North Carolina to allow for continued management  under the North Carolina Spotted Seatrout Fishery Management Plan due to an Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission plan to remove spotted seatrout from its managed species.
–        Modify the fisheries director’s proclamation authority for the protection of public health;
–        Align the method of commencement of proceedings to suspend or revoke a fishing license, permit, or certificate with other similar administrative proceedings by the division and commission.

A full meeting agenda and briefing book can be found at: http://portal.ncdenr.org/web/mf/mfc-meetings.


For more information, contact Marine Fisheries Commission Liaison Nancy Fish at 252-808-8021 or Nancy.Fish@ncdenr.gov.

Till next time....
Tight lines!
Johnny

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