The past decade has been especially hard on one of North Carolina’s most treasured industries. Since 2000, the coast has lost 36-percent of its fish houses. That’s where fishermen sell and deliver their catch for wholesale distribution. A new fish house inventory funded by North Carolina Sea Grant shows the rate of closings has slowed. Changing Economy Reporter Leoneda Inge visited a fish house on the Outer Banks that has worked to turn its business around.