Tidelines: Notes from the Publisher’s desk

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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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Tidelines – November 15, 2018

Tidelines – November 15, 2018

It’s been easy this fall to catch a trout, but not so easy to catch a big trout. Still, the prospect of an afternoon trip predictably comprised mostly of spikes didn’t dampen the spirits of Capt. Tim Disano, of Tideline Charters out of the Sunset Beach area. Tim’s worked as a captain for other guides […]

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Tidelines – October 25, 2018

Tidelines – October 25, 2018

Topsail needs some help, was the basic pitch from Capt. Mike Oppegaard of Native Son Guide Service, so he suggested we do an article to let people know that his home waters have plenty of fish to be caught. He wanted to do something to help everyone in the business, from guides to piers to […]

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Tidelines – October 11, 2018

Tidelines – October 11, 2018

Where to start? Part of me wants to talk about the hurricane and its aftermath, and part of me wants to start the process of moving beyond the hurricane and just talk about fishing. If I chose to just talk about fishing, then the obvious choice would be our Fisherman’s Post trip with Capt. Joey […]