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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 […]

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Cape Fear On The Fly – Earning Your Stripes

When Gary Hurley and I first discussed the Cape Fear on the Fly Series at the beginning of this year, I already knew that our local striped bass would probably be the most difficult species to catch on the fly. The Cape Fear striper would definitely be a lofty goal to try and accomplish. Stripers […]

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Cape Fear On The Fly – That Sinking Feeling

    This article in our series “CapeFearon the Fly” is long overdue. With an unexpected trip to fish the Bermuda Triple Crown Tournament series and a busy charter schedule upon my return, it was great to finally be able to get out on the water with my friend Gary Hurley and challenge ourselves to […]

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Made In North Carolina – Onslow Bay Boatworks

Designing a top quality, semi-custom center console that runs as well as it fishes was at the forefront of Hampstead boatbuilder Brad Knight’s mind when he created the Onslow Bay 20 six years ago, and it’s still Onslow Bay Boatwork’s mission statement as they sit on the cusp of their fourth model, the 32’ Offshore. […]