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Winter 2020 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message The year is drawing to a close and so is my tenure as NCAFS president. This has been one of the strangest years in our lives. It is...

Fall 2020 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message Fall has started and I hope the cooler air and water temperatures are getting you excited for the change in seasons. Many of you are gearing up for...

Fall 2019 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message During my last President’s Message, I challenged each of us to think about how we’re addressing our individual passions towards aquatic resources. I hope that you had an...

Summer 2019 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message It seems like it happens every year, but I turn around and find myself in the heat of summer wondering where half of the year has gone. Not...

Clough Memorial Scholarship For Women In Fisheries

From B.A.S.S. Conservation: “In memory of Noreen Clough’s contributions to the field of fisheries management and conservation as well as her trailblazing as an early female leader in the American conservation community, her friends...

Winter 2018 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message On behalf of the NCAFS EXCOM, I hope that everyone had a memorable holiday and enjoyed the opportunity to spend time with family and friends! As we enter...

Fall 2018 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message I suspect that Hurricane Florence was an unwelcomed visitor for most of us. Unfortunately, many North Carolina communities were severely impacted by Hurricane Florence, so I hope everyone...

Summer 2018 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message For me, this spring and early summer was quite reminiscent of the 2013 field season, which was delayed considerably by weekly storms and associated turbid waters. In such...

Spring 2017 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message It was a cool, sunny day this past February while we were working on Lake Norman. The wind was strong as we came back to the ramp not...