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RED DRUM FISH PRINTS STILL AVAILABLE FOR SALE
Friday, December 14, 2007 @ 05:35:50 EST

RED DRUM FISH PRINTS STILL AVAILABLE FOR SALE

MOREHEAD CITY – Holiday shoppers looking for a gift for the saltwater angler in their lives are in luck.

The N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission still has limited-edition prints for sale commemorating the first year of the state’s Coastal Recreational Fishing License.

The print, by North Carolina artist Duane Raver, depicts red drum chasing a school of finger mullet in an estuary. The red drum, also called channel bass, is the state’s official saltwater fish.

It costs $50 for a signed and numbered print and $150 for a signed and numbered artist’s proof. The print size is 12-by-14 inches. Visit www.ncdmfstore.net to view the print or place an order.

Orders may be placed by phone if payment will be by check. However, no credit card payments may be taken by phone.

Delivery is by mail, or prints may be picked up at the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries Headquarters, 3441 Arendell St., Morehead City, N.C. Orders are generally mailed within two to three

business days.

North Carolina began selling the Coastal Recreational Fishing License Jan. 1, 2007. Anglers 16 years of age and older are required to hold the license to fish in the state’s coastal waters. It is

 available on a 10-day, annual or lifetime basis, or can be purchased jointly with a variety of licenses issued by the Wildlife Resources Commission. Visit www.ncdmf.net to learn more about the

 license.

Proceeds from the sale of the print are placed in the Marine Fisheries Commission’s Conservation Fund and used to conserve and protect marine resources through educational initiatives.

For more information, contact Jennifer Floyd, DMF public information assistant, by phone at 800-682-2632 or 252-726-7021or via e-mail at Jennifer.Floyd@ncmail.net.

To download a high-resolution print, click here: http://www.ncdmf.net/news/releases/2007/dec2007.html

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