Fish Post

Dusting Off the Cobwebs

It’s been a long and cold couple of months. Fishing has taken a backseat to bottom paint, oil changes, trailer maintenance… all that “fun” stuff. However, April is within sight, and thus my inner fisherman is becoming restless. For the past two years, I’ve taken a trip up to Oregon Inlet to partake in an […]

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The Boat Spot – Ethanol Issues

I’m excited to bring you a new feature for Fisherman’s Post Newspaper that will cover issues affecting nearly every boater out there. In the coming series of articles, I hope to not only answer questions you may have concerning your boats, but also raise your awareness of potential trouble spots before they become a problem. […]

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KMT Journals – When Sponsorship Becomes Partnership

The seemingly never-ending emails, phone calls, voicemails, questionnaires, contracts, and updates are only the beginning once your “Quest for Sponsorship” (see part 1 in the April 12 edition of Fisherman’s Post) finally becomes the partnership you desired. When you get the response you are hoping for—“Yes, our company has decided to work with you during […]

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KMT Journals – A Quest For Sponsorship

People often ask me a couple of questions. The first: “How do you get so many sponsors?” The second: “How can I get sponsored?” You’ve heard the old saying, “You can’t take ‘No’ for an answer.” Well, when seeking an opportunity to represent a company as a pro-staff member, that old saying just doesn’t apply. […]

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Cape Fear On The Fly – Fly Fishing Is In The Air

Usually, at this time of the year, I would begin a fly fishing article with a “spring has sprung” theme. However, this year it seems we went from fall to early summer with not much winter in between, and our fishing this season, as a result, is showing early promise. After a very productive winter […]