Spotted Seatrout Season Reopens

The spotted seatrout fishing season reopened today in North Carolina waters. The recreational bag limit will be four-fish per person per day, and the minimum size limit will be 14 inches total length. All undersized or over the daily harvest limit fish caught must be immediately returned to the waters where taken, regardless of the […]

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Lighthouse Vandalism Info Can be Submitted via Dare Crime Line; Restoration Efforts Underway

The Cape Hatteras National Seashore has announced that anyone with information about the individual(s) responsible for etching the letters “SEF” into Cape Hatteras Lighthouse’s original bronze door can report it anonymously through the Dare Community Crime Line at The National Seashore has also reached out to several bronze conservators within the National Park Service. […]

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Cape Hatteras Lighthouse Door Vandalized

The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse was recently vandalized, per an announcement from the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. An individual or individuals etched the letters “SEF” on the original bronze door that opens up to the 1870 lighthouse, and the National Seashore requests that anyone with information on the vandalism contact them as soon as possible. “Many […]

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Waterways Commission Starts to Plan Ahead for Late Summer / Fall Dredging By JOY CRIST

The Dare County Waterways Commission started to look ahead to possible late summer / early fall dredging of the South Ferry Channel in Hatteras Inlet at a brief June 11 meeting in Buxton. Commission members were grateful for the current navigable condition of Hatteras Inlet, but noted that maintenance dredging of the South Ferry Channel […]

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