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Nationwide, crawfish culture is the largest crustacean aquaculture, and with the rising popularity of Cajun cooking, it has found a niche in North Carolina. Currently there are fourteen crawfish producers in the state. Around 100,000 pounds of crawfish are harvested from 180 acres of ponds. Hart discusses this small, but growing industry.
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19388
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The striped bass is a species in danger due to overfishing and poor water quality. But in Aurora, North Carolina a hardy hybrid is striped bass is doing well.
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19390
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When it comes to shellfish, people want in on the act, and clam and oyster culture in North Carolina claim more adherents than any other aquaculture combined.
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19389
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The popularity of catfish outside the South is quickly catching fire, and with it North Carolina's production of aquaculture-grown catfish.
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