Tidelines: Notes from the Publisher’s desk

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – April 28, 2011

Fisherman’s Post Newspaper has been around eight years and counting now. We started printing in the spring of 2003, and East Coast Sports in Surf City has been in our pages starting with that initial season. Doug (father) and Chris (son) Medlin, owners of East Coast, have been the anchor of the Topsail report since […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – April 14, 2011

One of the ongoing joys of working with Fisherman’s Post is spending a day on the water with guys like Capt. Ricky Kellum of Speckled Specialist Charters out of Jacksonville. Ricky took Max and I out one afternoon last week on a “searching” trip, as he hadn’t been on the water in several days and […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – March 31, 2011

Though temperatures are dropping into the high 30s at night as we push to get this March 31 issue to print, the last three weeks since our first issue of the year (the March 10 issue) brought clear signs of spring, with many 70-ish degree days, a couple of days in the 80s, and inshore […]

 Gary Hurley

Tidelines – March 10, 2011

First the inane, and then the serious. As per the terms of the bet, I am noting in my first Tidelines column of the year that Fryingpantower.com (Zach Tilley, age 13) beat Fisherman’s Post (Eddie Hardgrove, middle aged) in a wing eating contest during the weekend of the Raleigh Bass and Saltwater Expo. Big Dave […]

 Fish Post

Tide Lines – Winter 2010-2011

Welcome to our end-of-the year, the-staff-could-really-use-a-break, this-office-seems-to-be-getting-smaller, Big Boat Show December issue. This is easily our largest issue of the year (and our biggest ever in our eight year history). And this year’s Boat Show issue is our first incorporating fishing reports from our new, expanded coverage area. From now on Fisherman’s Post will be […]

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