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Joint committee meeting on fishing water delineation set for March 21

The NC Wildlife Resources Commission and NC Marine Fisheries Commission announce an official meeting of the Joint Committee on Delineation of Fishing Waters.

The meeting is set for Thursday, March 21 at 1 p.m. at the Wildlife Resources Commission headquarters, 1751 Varsity Dr., Raleigh in the commission’s meeting room on the fifth floor.

As part of a periodic review of existing rules, the two commissions have formed the Joint Committee to fulfill their statutory responsibilities to jointly determine the boundaries that define North Carolina’s inland, coastal and joint fishing waters.

Seating is available in the commission room for visitors to observe the meeting.

READ MORE IN OUR ON THE WATER SECTION HERE.

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