To receive a Media Kit complete with advertising rates, sizes, and production information for both Fisherman’s Post Newspaper and Fisherman’s Post Online, please contact:
Rosa Bestmann – Sales
“We have advertised in the Fisherman’s Post since its inception, and over those years have received innumerable referrals from their readers. Advertising with the Fisherman’s Post team is like joining a family, and they truly go out of their way to ensure their advertisers get the most bang for their buck. The loyal readership ensures we get regular visibility with our target market, which is invaluable to our business.”
Adam Meyer—Wells Marine Insurance
“I advertise with Fisherman’s Post because they are widely read, well respected, and put on excellent events. They are not just a good magazine, they are good people.”
Ryan White—Hatteras Jack / Advanced Fishing
“The on-point distribution, popularity, and integrity of the Fisherman’s Post is why I’ve been advertising with them for 7 years running. I’ve booked a number of trips through my ads, and especially my involvement with the fishing schools. The web banners have been excellent for me, too. Everyone in town checks out the Post, so I know it does me good when my pictures are running in there. Overall, I’ve been extremely satisfied with the entire experience.”
Rob Koraly—Sandbar Safari Charters
“Fisherman’s Post is an easy choice for me in my yearly advertising because they are a great source of knowledge for fishing products and tackle stores and because they are easy to work with. Plus their product reviews give me a unique opportunity to get my product directly in front of a large amount of targeted readers.”
Dan Vinent—Pure Fishing
“There are two main reasons I always use Fisherman’s Post: no one targets my customer better and no other paper draws a crowd like Fisherman’s Post on print day.”
Tex Grissom—Tex’s Tackle
“I use Fisherman’s Post for three simple reasons: price and value, the ease of doing business and the professionalism of their people, and most importantly the repeated input from customers pointing to the Fisherman’s Post as their reason for calling.”
John Jarvis—Four Sons Marine
“I get a tremendous response from my ad. People call me all the time. It’s also nice to get my clients’ photos in the paper. I mail them copies, they see their photo in the paper, and it makes them feel special. That helps my return business.”
Mark Dickson—Shallow Minded Guide Fishing
“We’ve always got people in the store looking for the paper. If there’s a feature on a product or some tackle in an issue, they always come in asking for it. I’ve definitely sold a lot of Easy Hooker jigs as a result of the feature—I even had a guy call me from Maine who’s got a subscription, and we shipped a bunch to him.”
Rich Baugess—Reel Outdoors / Easy Hooker Jigs
“Getting featured in articles in the Post has really helped me get out there and made me well known as a flounder guy in the area. When people see you in there time and time again, the calls are coming. It’s been like a snowball—every year more and more people are calling. The exposure has also helped me out with getting sponsorships.”
Wayne Crisco—Last Resort Charters
“I count on Fisherman’s Post to help us reach new customers and to keep contact with existing customers. It is the most direct marketing I’ve found in the field of boating, fishing, and coastal lifestyle. Also, through tracking of my advertising, I continue to find Fisherman’s Post more than pays for itself.”
Lana Wallace—Brunswick Trailers & Marine
Thank you for your interest in Fisherman’s Post, a free publication that reaches a targeted audience of over 50,000 people (locals and visitors) with each issue. We guarantee that Fisherman’s Post is the most effective way to connect with the very large saltwater fishing and boating community of North Carolina.
Circulation numbers range from 20,000 to 30,000 issues with every printing. Research shows that our readership is from 50,000 to 75,000 people per issue (each copy gets read on average by 2.5 readers), and our pick-up rate is consistently over 96%.
Distribution in North Carolina includes delivery to approximately 600 businesses in the following regions:
Manns Harbor, Manteo, Nags Head, Kitty Hawk, Rodanthe, Salvo, Avon, Buxton, Frisco, Hatteras, and Ocracoke
New Bern, Washington, and Havelock
Morehead City, Atlantic Beach, Beaufort, Swansboro, Cape Carteret, Emerald Isle, and Jacksonville
Carolina Beach, Wrightsville Beach, Wilmington, Ogden, Hampstead, Sneads Ferry, and Topsail Island
North Myrtle Beach, Little River, Ocean Isle, Supply, Holden Beach, Shallotte, Southport, and Oak Island
Raleigh, Kinston, Greenville, Fayetteville, Sanford, and Goldsboro
Distribution Sites include tackle shops, piers, marinas, boat dealers, tournament captains’ bags, etc. Our free newspaper is also located in many restaurants, convenience stores, gas stations, real estate rental offices, hotels, and other high traffic locations.
Our Mission is to create a high quality publication that provides timely and comprehensive coverage of the saltwater fishing action along the NC coast; to encourage people to actively enjoy, preserve, and protect our saltwater fishery; to promote and market the wide array of businesses, events, and organizations that benefit from a healthy fishing community along the NC coast; and to boost tourism and recreation along the NC coast.
The Print Dates can be found on the Print Dates page. There are a total of 19 issues annually, and special editions have higher than normal distribution numbers.
Production of most advertisements is free of charge.
Our website is another way Fisherman’s Post can promote your business.
Top Web Banner Ads and Side Web Banner Ads are available on several pages: the home page, the fishing report pages, the tournament list page, the tournament coverage pages, etc. We’ll construct your web banner ad free of charge, and your banner ad can also be a direct link to your company’s website.
Fisherman’s Post works hard to create win/win relationships. We would love the opportunity to serve and promote your business.
Billy Thorpe – Sales