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Candidly, The Chasing Tides Collective Magazine is an ill-advised endeavor. It is also a mouthful. Nevertheless, it is a publication born and forged from friendship and a unified neglect of both family and professional responsibility.


Our adoration for fishing, surfing, and the Mid-Atlantic’s coastal culture, compelled this collection of pixels and words. Additionally, an innate opposition to the proverbial “9-5 grind” played part in prompting this periodical. Adulthood has really cut into our play time.


So, The Chasing Tides Collective Magazine is an ode to the phrase, “live off the clock.” It is a self-published, coffee table-esque art book, put together by three friends with no professional experience (thank you internet). Comprising its pages are anecdotes about people, places, products, very random creative musings, and anything that strikes our fancy or grinds our gears. All of which are constructed to inform, entertain, and encourage readers to chase their passions, despite the daily grind.  


The Magazine is primarily subscriber supported, so thank you for investing time with us, and we really thank you if you’re considering actually spending money on this. Please know that our door is always open if you’d like to get involved or have a story to share. Give us a holler.

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Robert Misiaszek Jr

average rating is 5 out of 5


I am not a big reader, but this combination of LIFE AND TIME, a central RELAXING setting and the promise of MORE, was enough to tempt me.

My first experience of this MAGAZINE exceeded my expectations. That world-building in The CHASING TIDES COLLECTIVE is both vivid and detailed while at the same time epic in scale and scope, is perhaps not a huge surprise given THE author's status. But it was THE wonderful characterization and this story’s strong dramatic threads that captivated me from the very first chapter.

AlyssA S

average rating is 5 out of 5

Two enthusiastic thumbs up! great variety in articles and coverage of various locations. not a fisherwoman but makes me want to join y'all on fishing adventures. love the recipes and trying them at home. keep up the hard work and the fun!

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