Notes from the Publisher’s desk

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – July 14, 2011

As most mothers know, trying to entertain two little boys for an entire day without any kind of game plan can lead to bored kids, misbehaving kids, or some sort of undesirable outcome. So when my wife went out of town for 5 days on a “girls trip” and left me to fend for myself […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – July 7, 2011

If you’ve ever thought about entering a fishing tournament, then this week’s centerfold would be a great starting point. We’ve collected information on all of the tournaments scheduled for the second half of the summer, or at least from all the tournaments that are on our radar. If you know of a tournament that isn’t […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – June 30, 2011

You may have noticed when picking up this week’s issue of Fisherman’s Post that it is a little thicker and heavier than the past few June issues. Our issue that comes out prior to the July 4th holiday is always a sizeable issue. When we have a larger issue (more advertisers), then we are able […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – June 23, 2011

This is the first issue since Father’s Day weekend, and my Father’s Day fishing trip this year consisted of one under-sized flounder. The day, though, was memorable in many ways. The fishing part of this year’s Father’s Day was actually just a by-product of my kids’ (Owen, age 5, and James, age 4) main interest […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – June 16, 2011

The cobia fishing is winding down for the season on the Outer Banks, so this past week I put together a quick trip to do some sight casting for the tasty brown fish. My regular readers will remember a couple of weeks ago when I talked about a Harkers Island cobia tournament where we didn’t […]