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MOREHEAD CITY – A majority of Marine Fisheries Commission members plan to attend a meeting of the Cape Fear For-Hire Captains’ Association at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday.

The meeting will be held at Saltwater Marine, 6130 Carolina Beach Road, Wilmington. The meeting is open to the public.

Though a majority of members of the commission will be in attendance, the meeting is not being organized or sponsored by the commission. The commission will not convene an official meeting and will not take any action.

The Cape Fear Captains Association recently formed with the purpose of giving guides and charter captains a unified voice and representation in marine fisheries management. The group will discuss proposed for-hire logbook requirements.

For additional information regarding the meeting, please contact the Cape Fear For-Hire Captains’ Association through either Matt Wirt at 910-540-0570 or
mwirt@charter.net or Robert Schoonmaker at 910-264-1807 or Robert@carolinaexlplorer.com. You may also email the association at capefearcaptains@gmail.com.

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