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If you've visited the OIFC in the past 5 years, you have almost certainly met Anita. I am trying to think of her job title/description, but it was pretty much doing whatever needed to be done + being a darn good graphic design artist. Anita has been responsible for the OIFCs great graphics that have been presented on apparel, brochures and web art.
As I said to her and to our great OIFC staff, nothing stays the same; and although the transition we face in losing Anita will mean hard work, the OIFC will face the challenge and work hard to maintain quality.
Farewell to Anita and good luck to her in future endeavours.
And sooooooo....... I am looking for someone to help fill the void of "fishy" graphic design artist for the OIFC. It is a part-time position that does not require working from the OIFC. If you have interest in doing some graphics work for the OIFC or know someone who may, please email email@example.com
Thanks and best wishes to Anita. Tuesday the 20th will be her last scheduled day at the OIFC.
The picture is of a 13 ft tiger shark brought along side the boat yesterday at Rock Star Sholes near the Cape Fear River. The shark hit a pogey rig. The anglers, Tony Crumpler & Anthony Cleg fought it for about 45 minutes. They released Jaws no worse for the wear.
This is a photo of the 38 lb. Wahoo caught by Mary Kwiatkowski and Andrew Horbaly, both of Charlottesville, VA.
They were on Board with Capt. Stan and first mate Matt on Wednesday, 7-31-13.
Thank ya'll for fishing with us folks!!
Fun day on the water with Capt. Jeff Beck, 1st Mates Camdyn Beck & Amanda Bennette and Steve Lanier. We had a hard time finding bait...making a run from the Shallotte Inlet to the Little River Jetties, asking the Getaway Dolphin Boat Captain Michelle Drake to spot for us west of the jetties and finally finding pogies in 7 ft deep water in front of the Oak Island Light House. A Capt. Brant's Custom net made short order of getting the bait in the boat. We then made a short run to the Lighthouse Rocks and simply spanked the spanish mackerel. The biggest was a 5.6 lb and the smallest was 4.1 lbs. Since everyone had places to be we pulled lines and made way to the OIFC. Check out our Facebook page for more pictures...We had plenty of cameras on board.