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With federal funding for shallow-draft inlet maintenance gone the way of Prohibition, communities that depend on reliable access to the ocean are forced to work out how they’ll keep their inlets navigable on their own. The Carolina Beach Inlet Association—formed by a group of local anglers, politicians, and property owners in response to the erosion […]
The local flavor of Wilmington’s Catch Modern Seafood isn’t just limited to the enticing menu, as diners are greeted not only by friendly host staff when they walk in the door, but handsome marine-themed metalwork and coastal photography adorning the bar and dining area walls by local artists (like Matt Davis of Marine Copper Design). […]
With just a few minutes left before the 10:00 pm registration deadline, a blue Jeep Cherokee pulled into the parking lot at the 2012 Pleasure Island Surf Fishing Challenge. The interior of the SUV was occupied by a collection of high-end surf tackle trumping the value of the vehicle many times over, with just enough […]
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. […]« Previous Entries