Guide Time Articles

 Gary Hurley

Guide Time – Breaking out the Options

Guide Time – Breaking out the Options

There are any number of reasons to take your fall flounder fishing out in the ocean, but on our day with Capt. Justin Ragsdale of Breakday Charters out of Atlantic Beach, the recent heavy rains of Hurricane Joaquin were reason alone to head out Beaufort Inlet in search of something other than brown water. Though […]

 Gary Hurley

Guide Time – Stripes on Ice

Guide Time – Stripes on Ice

Striped, svelte, speedy, and stellar on the table (raw, cooked, and all points in between), what angler doesn’t love the wahoo? North Carolina boasts perhaps the most enviable wahoo fishery north of the Caribbean, and blue water anglers in the state land the stunning fish in every month of the year. Positioned at the southern […]

 Gary Hurley

Guide Time – Rockin’ the Roanoke

Guide Time – Rockin’ the Roanoke

Boat shows and fishing schools, and fishing schools and boat shows. While it may look like the staff of Fisherman’s Post doesn’t have much to do over the winter, this crew stays full tilt handing out papers and coordinating anglers and captains at convention centers from the coast to Greensboro over the first few months […]

 Gary Hurley

Guide Time – Trout in a Candy Store

Guide Time – Trout in a Candy Store

“What’s that…32?” I queried the anglers at the back of the boat as I swung the 13” speckled trout over the bay boat’s gunnel. “Nope, Wayne just had 32 and I had 33,” Fisherman’s Post Sales Manager Joshua Alexander corrected. “That’s 34.” The trout were flying in (and out) of Capt. Wayne Crisco’s boat faster […]

 Gary Hurley

Guide Time – Oriental Development

Guide Time – Oriental Development

Taking the family the next day out on the Pamlico Sound to catch red drum was on my mind at the time, and my wife was probably wondering if our accommodations would be nice and kid-friendly, but all three boys were locked into the Curious George movie on the portable DVD when a big buck […]