North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission

ENC Features
11:54 am
Fri June 6, 2014

Black Bear Spotted Swimming Across The Neuse River

Credit Carlos Kowalczewski

Bears are seen in increasing numbers this time of year, in yards, in trees, and even swimming across the Neuse River.

 Monday, May 12th, riders on the Cherry Branch- Minnesott ferry witnessed something peculiar during an afternoon crossing. 

“We just left Minnesott Beach and as soon as we leave, we always look to the front of the ship.”

Carlos Kowalczewski is a ferry crew man with the North Carolina Ferry Division.

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ENC Features
10:40 am
Mon March 17, 2014

PRE Helps Rejuvenate The Striped Bass Fishery in Eastern North Carolina Waters

Credit NOAA - FishWatch http://www.fishwatch.gov/

Public Radio East is teaming up with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission to repopulate the waters of eastern North Carolina with striped bass.  This week on the Down East Journal, we discuss the project and how it will promote a healthier fishery and create more opportunities for anglers.

Striped bass is one of the most popular saltwater game fish on the East Coast.  Stripers spend most of their time in the ocean, but each year in the spring, they make a journey upstream to spawn.  And that’s when local anglers flock to the Neuse and Tar Rivers to test their luck.

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The Down East Journal
11:13 am
Tue March 11, 2014

The Down East Journal (03/14/14)

Public Radio East is teaming up with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission to repopulate the waters of eastern North Carolina with striped bass.  This week on the Down East Journal, we discuss the project and how it will promote a healthier fishery and create more opportunities for anglers.  Catch the Down East Journal Friday at noon on all of the PRE stations, and Saturday at noon on News and Ideas.

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