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North Carolina Fisheries Association, Inc.
P O Box 335
Bayboro, NC 28515-0335

Jerry Schill -  President
Cell Phone:  252-361-3015
jerryschill@ncfish.org

Peggy C. Page - Administration & Accounting 
Phone:  252-745-0225 
Fax: 252-745-0258
peggy@ncfish.org
TRADEWINDS: IS BACK!!!
 After a vacation, NCFA’s trade publication, TRADEWINDS, is back. Maureen Donald is Editor, our first issue is out and it's a success, so NOW is the time to advertise your business or organization. Check out the new website…..it gives information about ad sizes and rates. You can even pay for it online if you wish! Remember: by advertising in Tradewinds you get more than an ad. You are helping to support the voice of commercial fishing!
Website: http://www.nctradewinds.com/
Or call Maureen: 252-675-3128 or e-mail: editor@nctradewinds.com
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS




Calling all members and friends of NCFA, we need photos of your boats and businesses for our website and Facebook. Please email photos to peggy@ncfish.org, include a brief description and/or names of photo.
JERRY SCHILL
President
BRENT FULCHER
Chairman of the Board
The newest issue of TRADEWINDS is published!
Click here to view
http://nctradewinds.com/

Dewey Hemilright was reappointed to the Mid Atlantic Fishery Management Council! Our Marine Fisheries Commission sent their recommendations to the Secretary of DENR and listed Dewey as the “preferred” candidate at the top of the list. However, when the recommendations went to the Governor, Dewey was moved to last on the list. The Governor’s letter to the US Secretary of Commerce, (actually to the Assistant Secretary for Fisheries), kept Dewey at the bottom. We lobbied hard for Dewey to be reappointed and are very pleased that the efforts paid off. The seat that Dewey fills is considered a commercial seat and the other two nominees are also excellent fishermen and great candidates. They are also members of NCFA. However, the learning curve for a new Council member is huge and Dewey’s experience will help address some very big issues over his term for the next 3 years. So congratulations to Dewey and a huge thank you to all who wrote letters and made phone calls on his behalf!​