Alright, so some of my friends and I had an idea to help raise money to hopefully support a trip down to Texas to fish for the well-known alligator gar. We're short of funding, so we thought that catfishing could help us. The only thing is, that I can't find any regulations or rules in any of the documents found on the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commision's website and I don't want to break the law if our plan would break any of those boundaries. Our idea is to catch our personal creel limits at Bass Lake in the spring and summer about once a week. We're thinking only weekends. We would place fliers throughout our neighborhoods that have contact information and a cooked-to-order service for catfish meals. A lot of the people in our neighborhoods are big fish lovers, but no one really gets anything fresh passed canned meat or commercial business sold fish. I have gone through many items such as the North Carolina Inland Fishing, Hunting and Trapping Regulations Digest, and found nothing about this. I have found regulations that regard illegal sale of catfish to publicly or privately owned businesses that serve catfish or sell catfish. The thing is, we're not a business, but just a bunch of kids trying to support a future trip. The question I have is, would this plan to raise money break any laws?