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In order to improve fishery habitats in the state's reservoirs, the NC Wildlife Resources Commission is placing all-plastic fish attractors in Piedmont lakes. Game fish are attracted to the apparatuses, which increases the quality of fishing.
The spotfin killifish (Fundulus luciae) is found sporadically in brackish coastal waters and marsh pools on Shackleford Banks and along the Newport River, Carteret County, North Carolina. This study documents the distribution and describes the habitat preference of the killifish on a salt marsh in southeastern North Carolina.
North Carolina’s state regulatory commissions jointly developed a unified plan for protecting and enhancing coastal fish habitat. The Coastal Habitat Protection Plan will guide decisions affecting six designated types of coastal fish habitats in North Carolina.
This article addresses the variety of native North Carolina fish that do well in aquariums. This is a quick guide that includes what fish to choose, how to set up a tank, and field guides to consult for further information.