Tidelines: Notes from the Publisher’s desk

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Tidelines – September 12, 2019

Tidelines – September 12, 2019

The plan with Capt. Luke Moser, of Coastline Charters out of the Wrightsville and Carolina Beach areas, was to get in one last day of flounder fishing before the closure. We were both able to manipulate our schedules to free up the Friday of Labor Day weekend, and so we met at twilight at the […]

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Tidelines – August 29, 2019

Tidelines – August 29, 2019

The vote has come in, and flounder is anticipated to be closed by proclamation around September 4. The history of North Carolina fisheries management has taught us that nothing is definite until it’s definite, but there seems to be no last minute pardon or stay of execution coming—recreational anglers need to head out Labor Day […]

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Tidelines – August 15, 2019

Tidelines – August 15, 2019

While I didn’t get a chance to sit in on any sessions of Capt. Andy Bates, of Capt. Andy’s Guide Service, at this past year’s Morehead Saltwater Fishing School, I did get to enjoy a front row seat to his teaching and coaching talents on a half day trip out of Oriental looking to hook […]

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Tidelines – August 1, 2019

Tidelines – August 1, 2019

Capt. Dale Collins, of Fish or Die Charters, recently put me on my career-best flounder, but since he did it in the same week that Fisherman’s Post hosted the annual Intracoastal Angler’s Kids Day on the Vonda Kay, Dale’s going to have to wait until the second half of this Tidelines article to get his […]

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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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