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19714
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Between the years 1983--2011, the Institute of Marine Science in Morehead City collected rainfall locally. Among the questions the authors sought to answer were how this rainfall period collection compared with previous ones and how were shark, finfish, and shrimp catches affected by rainfall and hurricane runoff and flooding.
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26958
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Numerous reports of large fish catches have been reported throughout North Carolina. Arvin Midgett, a local sportsman achieved a Grand Slam by catching a blue and a white marlin and a sailfish all in the same day. Robert Cox of Broad Creek caught a three-hundred pound sturgeon while fishing in Pamlico River.
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Friend O’ Wildlife (NoCar Oversize SK 431 F74x), Vol. 29 Issue 10, Nov/Dec 1982, p11
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28167
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A large bulleye, Cookeolus japonicas (Family Priacanthidae), was caught March 2, 2001, by a commercial hook-and-line fisherman, southwest of Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina. This new North Carolina specimen is the largest in North Carolina and the second largest reported in the Northwest Atlantic.