Fisherman’s Post has many different events throughout the year that can help bring exposure to your products and services. We like being creative when it comes to event sponsorships, so please contact us and we would be happy to brainstorm the best fit for your business or service.
The following is a list of Fisherman’s Post events. Please click on the corresponding link for more information about that particular event.
Inshore Trail: A flounder and red drum season-long points trail that attracts 30+ teams who participate in the five Inshore Challenge events below.
Ocean Isle Inshore Challenge: A red drum (plus trout TWT) tournament in May that typically attracts 50-75 boats and close to 200 participants.
Topsail Inshore Challenge: A red drum tournament in late June that typically attracts 50-75 boats and close to 200 participants.
Wrightsville Beach Inshore Challenge: A red drum tournament in late July that typically attracts 80-100 boats and well over 200 participants.
Southport Inshore Challenge: A flounder (plus red drum TWT) tournament in August that typically attracts 75-100 boats and well over 200 participants.
Carolina Beach Inshore Challenge: A red drum (plus Flounder TWT) tournament in September that typically attracts 80-100 boats and well over 200 participants.
Spanish Mackerel Open: A tournament that’s family-friendly with a very strong emphasis on junior anglers that typically attracts 40-7o boats and close to 200 participants.
Pleasure Island Team Surf Fishing Challenge: This mid-April surf fishing event offers Pleasure Island surf anglers a team-based version of the popular fall event hosted on the island.
Topsail Spring Surf & Pier Fishing Challenge: This late April event offers both a Surf and a Pier Division, and it typically attracts over 250 participants.
Hatteras Island Surf Fishing Challenge: This September event incorporates the entire beach strand of Hatteras Island, featuring weigh-in locations at Rodanthe, Avon, Buxton, Frisco, and Hatteras Village, and typically attracts 100 participants.
Pleasure Island Surf Fishing Challenge: We’ve been hosting this October event for over ten years, and for the last four years this popular surf fishing event has attracted anywhere from 500-600 anglers to Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, and Fort Fisher.
Topsail Fall Surf & Pier Fishing Challenge: This November event offers both a Surf and a Pier Division, and it typically attracts over 250 participants..
Fisherman’s Post Saltwater Fishing Schools: Our saltwater fishing schools (Wilmington and Morehead City) attract 300+ participants for each school, and this crowd is mainly comprised of boat owners with disposable income.
Fisherman’s Post works hard to create successful relationships. We would love the opportunity to serve and promote your business.
Rosa Bestmann – Sales Manager