Tidelines: Notes from the Publisher’s desk

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Tidelines – Aug 2, 2018

Tidelines – Aug 2, 2018

“Do you want to drive the boat or throw the cast net?” Christian asked as we pulled up to the shoreline on the oceanside of a bay off the Intracoastal behind Masonboro Island, one of the bays he’s been fishing since he was a little kid. On our way through the maze of oyster beds […]

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Tidelines – July 19, 2018

Tidelines – July 19, 2018

I brought Nate Rice, Fisherman’s Post’s new Managing Editor, on a trip to the Neuse to catch topwater stripers thinking he would be that guy, the guy on the boat that makes everyone else look like a better angler. Nate had never caught a fish on topwater before, so I thought this would be a […]

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Tidelines – July 5, 2018

Tidelines – July 5, 2018

It’s easy to get excited about taking kids away from cell phones, iPods, and Fortnite, and getting them out on the water for a day of fishing. Thanks to Intracaostal Angler, that’s exactly what happened for approximately 20 kids on June 25 for Fisherman’s Post’s second annual Intracoastal Angler Kids Day on the Vonda Kay. […]

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Tidelines – June 21, 2018

Tidelines – June 21, 2018

Would you have made the same decision? Would you have put your kids on the cover of your fishing publication? Yes, it’s a little self-indulgent, a little nepotistic, but if someone else had sent in a photo of two kids smiling and each holding up a citation spanish mackerel with pretty blue water in the […]

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Tidelines – June 7, 2018

Tidelines – June 7, 2018

Alex has 2000 problems but a mahi ain’t one, was the best on-the-spot creativity the Fish Post crew could come up with in trying to brainstorm a title for this issue’s Tidelines. Never mind that Tidelines never has a title, we were just excited to be filling the fish box with mahi after mahi. By […]

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