Notes from the Publisher’s desk

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Tidelines – July 6, 2017

Tidelines – July 6, 2017

If you like the idea of taking a kid fishing, and you especially like the idea of taking a kid fishing for his/her first time, then you’re going to love the recent efforts of Intracoastal Angler and the head boat Vonda Kay. Dave Gardner, the owner/captain of Vonda Kay, normally leaves his head boat docked […]

 Fish Post

Tidelines – June 22, 2017

Tidelines – June 22, 2017

Perhaps sometimes the universe is working against us, or perhaps we only perceive the universe to be working against us when in reality it’s pushing us in a rewarding direction and we just fail to understand. That’s my philosophical way of saying that I traveled to the Outer Banks to go sight casting for cobia […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – June 8, 2017

Tidelines – June 8, 2017

In my role as Tournament Director of this past weekend’s 5th annual Ocean Isle Inshore Challenge, I had tried to plan and prepare for every detail and challenge that may arise over the tournament weekend, especially since we were going into the event with an almost brand new staff. I thought everyone was coached and […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – May 25, 2017

Tidelines – May 25, 2017

You may have a plan in your mind about how you want an upcoming fishing trip to play out, but when that day comes around you need to be able to modify or even replace those plans to better take advantage of the conditions that are present. And that’s exactly what Capt. Mitchell Blake, of […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – May 11, 2017

Tidelines – May 11, 2017

Hatteras offers less boat ride and more fishing time than anywhere on the North Carolina coast (the Gulf Stream’s a mere 20 miles out) and since the fleet’s recently been finding quality 20+ lb. class blackfins—amidst other catches such as yellowfins, mahi, and billfish—Fisherman’s Post put together a staff trip to go tuna fishing on […]