Notes from the Publisher’s desk

 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 […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – June 9, 2011

We’re in our ninth year of publishing Fisherman’s Post Newspaper and our eighth year of hosting our annual Spring Inshore Challenge. And in each of the eight years of hosting the Spring Inshore Challenge, our target goal has been 100 boats. We normally are in the 80’s, and at least two times we went over […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – June 2, 2011

When we do fishing trips for articles, as you can imagine, sometimes we catch the intended species and sometimes we don’t. And when you don’t catch the intended species, the question then arises what to do about an article. Time and money have been invested (the money investment is definitely there this year with the […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – May 26, 2011

As Memorial Day approaches, the Fisherman’s Post staff typically takes in a big, long breath. Here at the office we know that this holiday weekend marks the start of our weekly print schedule for the summer (yes, we are weekly from Memorial Day to Labor Day, and then we pull back to bi-weekly for the […]