Tidelines: Notes from the Publisher’s desk

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Tidelines – July 18, 2019

Tidelines – July 18, 2019

Writing my Tidelines column is typically an opportunity for me to thank and promote a captain friend that has graciously taken me out on the water in search of some fish to write about. This issue’s Tidelines, though, is an opportunity for me to show appreciation for not one but all of those captain friends, […]

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Tidelines – July 4, 2019

Tidelines – July 4, 2019

With the future of flounder fishing in North Carolina seemingly headed for a closed season, the Fish Post crew was more than happy to head out with Capt. Robert Capps, of Reelin’ Pelican Charters, for a half day in the Southport/Oak Island targeting one of, if not the most, popular inshore species. When Robert and […]

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Tidelines – June 20, 2019

Tidelines – June 20, 2019

Coming off of Father’s Day weekend to put this issue to print, the topic of Tidelines was an easy one—I joined fellow dad Capt. Jim Sabella, of Plan 9 Charters, to take our boys fishing in the Wide Open Tech Spanish Mackerel Open, and while we didn’t find our way on to the leaderboard, the […]

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Tidelines – June 6, 2019

Tidelines – June 6, 2019

The start of summer presents a great opportunity to head offshore in search of gaffer mahi, and Capt. Jeremy Hicks, of Calypso Sportfishing out of Hatteras Harbor Marina, was an easy choice to put some of the Fish Post staff on these hard-fighting, brilliantly-colored, great-tasting pelagics. Jeremy had our party—me, writer Rocky Damico, and event […]

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Tidelines – May 23, 2019

Tidelines – May 23, 2019

Prior Fish Post staff met up with current Fish Post staff last week for an afternoon of inshore fishing, and while it wasn’t a first time for this type of “reunion” trip, the day did offer several firsts in other categories. Capt. Christian Wolfe (prior Fish Post), of Seahawk Inshore Fishing Charters, met Katelyn and […]

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