Tidelines: Notes from the Publisher’s desk

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Tidelines – May 9, 2019

Tidelines – May 9, 2019

A good friend is getting ready to move to the ocean-challenged state of Wisconsin, so I thought what better way to send him off than with an offshore trip out of Wrightsville Beach with Capt. Rick Croson of Living Waters Guide Service. Eric Anderson is my friend that’s moving. His youngest and my oldest play […]

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Tidelines – April 25, 2019

Tidelines – April 25, 2019

Capt. Chadwick Crawford, of South End Anglers, treated Katelyn Millis (Media/Events Coordinator at Fisherman’s Post) and me to a morning of catching trout and red drum in the south Topsail Island area, including putting Katelyn on her biggest trout to date, but it wasn’t the catching that proved to be the biggest memory of the […]

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Tidelines – April 11, 2019

Tidelines – April 11, 2019

Capt. Tripp Hooks, of Capt. Hook Outdoors in the Ocean Isle area, had me at “a recently-improved trout bite on the Little River jetties.” Then when I found out that he had just put clients on two citation specks, and that other boats in the area were also finally seeing some of the bigger trout […]

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Tidelines – March 21, 2019

Tidelines – March 21, 2019

Striper closures are making news so far in 2019, but on the lower Roanoke River, thanks to Capt. Mitchell Blake of FishIBX Charters, we were not only able to get on good bite, but also able to bring a few fish home for dinner. Rocky (Fish Post writer) and I met Mitchell at the Williamston […]

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Tidelines – December 13, 2018

Tidelines – December 13, 2018

We were standing on the dock behind the Assembly Building, and since the winter issue was a few quick days away from going to print, the annual Fish Post Day on the Vonda Kay seemed more a celebration to the end of the year than just annual tradition. This year’s guest list featured the standard—a […]

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