The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has provided a variety of reports, publications, programs and other information to make fishing experiences more enjoyable for anglers of all ages and abilities.
Disabled Fishing Programs:
Find fishing-related information for anglers with disabilities, including fishing and boating locations with universal access, adaptive fishing gear and crossbow permit for nongame fishing.
Monitoring & Surveys:
Biologists with the Division of Inland Fisheries conduct research and surveys to monitor inland fish populations, assess their habitats, and gather angler input to develop and improve inland fisheries management in public waters.
Information on stocking private waters, including fish suppliers for private ponds, grass carp information and fish stocking permits, is available here.
The Division of Inland Fisheries offers a variety of fishing-related programs, most of which are free to the public, to enhance fishing experiences for novice and advanced anglers.
The Division of Inland Fisheries offers a variety of fishing-related publications, most of which are free to the public and available for download.