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"Wide spread !! Co2 " | Choice of Two / OIFC | 07/28/13
 

Had the pleasure to join up with Nesbit on the widespread Today along with Trask .. We had a pretty good day catching and releasing a nice sailfish, dolphin, and a good class of king mackerel.


- Capt. Corey Bellamy
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"More challenging than any tournament" | Real-Time Update | 07/28/13
 

Whew is all I can say. It's Gonna take a vacation to get over the mental stress I endured today. Producing fish for a boat load of kids is stressful! Capt. Brant McMullan OIFC
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"Report" | Real-Time Update | 07/28/13
 

Yesterday was an interesting day to say the least. We broke the inlet and were greeted by a flat calm ocean and schools of pogies off of Holden beach. We began our search by putting out a spread of live baits in 55 feet of water. After about an hour of trolling with little result I spotted large schools of Spanish just offshore of where we were fishing. After switching to planers and spoons we were flipping fish in the box as fast as we could. After getting all of those our guest wanted for the freezer I was time to head in to clean fish and pick up our next group. On our second trip we set our sights for a spot in 65 feet of water that had been successful for Capt. Derek in the morning. He advised me that he had caught a good class if fish and that they were skying around the area. When I pulled the throttles back Aaron dew began to work his magic in the cockpit and was rewarded with success within minutes. The fish ran hard offshore which had our hopes high that we were hooked up to one of the kings Capt. Derek told us about. In a few minutes we saw the shiny outline of a kingfish flashing beneath the boat. After a well placed gaff shot by Aaron we had a high twenty pound fish in the box. This scene played out several more time throughout the trip and we ended up with five kings which all were over twenty pounds. Aaron figured out a pattern that was working really consistently. All of our bites were coming on a double pogey rig with a green glow bead either 40 feet down in the down rigger or in the medium position in the spread.
- Stan Gurganus
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"King bite" | Real-Time Update | 07/27/13
 

Kings finally showing up in 65 feet of water.
- Stan Gurganus
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"" | Real-Time Update | 07/27/13
 

Tater Bug fished with her mom & dad aboard the "Salty Daze" Friday and they landed this dolphin. They were fishing the Shark Hole using frozen cigar minnows
- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Beeracuda's Sail" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 07/27/13
 

Timothy Gray took our lady angler and my wife Courtney and our son Carson out for a few hour fun trip today to the 390s. We caught 3 Spanish over 4 pounds and then a our mid flat line went off and this guy put on a show. It was Courtney's first sailfish and she did a great job angling him. He was release beside the boat to fight another day!
 

- Capt. Rickey Beck
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Sea P.A./OIFC 07/29/2013

Good job Tim & Courtney - I know it was a thrill!





"Backwater Highlights" | Tiberias - 22' | 07/26/13
 

It has been an interesting week. I had the priviledge of taking out the Jackson family twice this week. They are a split house with Clemson and South Carolina fans among them. Thank goodness for my South Carolina Gamecock fishermen. This youngman caught everything that he hooked. My little Clemson girl suffered a few losses before she switched hats. LOL!

Check out our facebook page to see more photos and reports. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"" | Real-Time Update | 07/26/13
 

Live from the World Cat
- Chris Dew
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"" | Real-Time Update | 07/26/13
 

Grant with a nice king he caught on his first trip. Way to go Grant.
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"TrollPro now in stock" | Real-Time Update | 07/26/13
 

OIFC is now stocking TrollPro products. These are underwater housings used to hold GoPro cameras and get incredible underwater footage. Hook to your downrigger or tow behind to watch the strike. Priced at $139.95 Capt. Brant McMullan OIFC
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"" | Real-Time Update | 07/26/13
 

Fin getting a bath. Sometimes u just have to give in.
- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"" | Real-Time Update | 07/26/13
 

Chris Campbell and Wesley Reaves snuck out for a few hours yesterday and caught Kings and big Spanish.
- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Steadily Improving" | Real-Time Update | 07/25/13
 

At 6:30 A.M the Newman family and myself headed out on an 8 hour charter in search of some king mackerel and possibly some other edible species. After catching some live bait just shy of the OIB pier we headed towards the shark hole. We got our first king bite just after we put baits in the water. The reel screams and 15 year old Braxton Newman puts our first king in the box. We ended up catching 3 more kings in the 10 pound range before we decided to head offshore in search of bigger and better things. I pulled back the throttles just shy of 32 miles where we found cleaner water and a calmer ocean. We trolled around for about 15 minutes without a sniff. Davis Newman suggested we try to catch an amberjack or two. And the bite began. We were live lining mehaden out when Braxton turns to me and says hey look at that shark! Little did he know that the "shark" was a 45.1 pound Cobia. We grab a squid tipped buck tail and toss it about 5 yards away from the big Cobia. We're all anticipating the strike from the Cobia when out of the blue a 21 pound king mackerel grabs the buck tail and takes off to never never land. We fight the fish for about 5 minutes before we finally sling the aggressive king in the boat. I pop the buck tail out and tell Braxton to head to the gunwale to drop the jig to see if the massive Cobia was still around. As I pop the king off the gaff into the fish box I hear "shark! He's coming after my bait, look," and then drag screaming from the reel... This was no shark.. After about a 10 minute fight we sling the 45 pound Cobia into the boat in all out astonishment. The Carolina Cat looked like we had fish cleaning party in it, yet it was all worth it in the end. We ended up with 5 kings(20.1# biggest) and a 45 pound Cobia with some amberjack and sea bass in the mix. Mitch, Lisa, Quinn, Braxton and Davis Newman all did an outstanding job on angling our catch. It's always a treat to fish with folks that have superior attitudes and personalities like the Newmans did today. Their catch also shows that conditions are steadily improving. The Newmans definitely proved there is no doubt that the fish are out there and hungry.
- Derek Treffinger
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"Big Whiskey" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 07/25/13
 

  • Chris Campbell

    The Big Whiskey fished a couple hours this morning...was beautiful, then turned nasty, then beautiful again...kind of slow but 1 decent king and nice spanish....beer battered fish tacos tonight!


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Big Whiskey" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 07/25/13
 

  • Chris Campbell

    The Big Whiskey fished a couple hours this morning...was beautiful, then turned nasty, then beautiful again...kind of slow but 1 decent king and nice spanish....beer battered fish tacos tonight.

     


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"" | Hail Yeah / OIFC | 07/25/13
 

Today we ventured out around the 390/390 or the more commonly know "90s". Bait was real easy to catch this morning in about 10 feet of water west of shallotte inlet. We pulled up to the spot and the first line in was a double pogy rig that got smoked down by a 15-20 pound king. We caught one more king after about the same size. Then we caught 4 large Spanish and one was a citation at 6.6 lbs. On board was Deborah Lathem, Maddi Lathem, Brandon Aycock, Tiffany Aycock, and myself Austin Aycock. Every one make sure you like Hail Yeah/OIFC and Ocean isle fishing center on Facebook. -Capt. Austin Aycock


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Austin Aycock 07/26/2013

Thank you that means a lot to me.

Team Sea P.A. 07/25/2013

Great job Austin - you are becoming one fine young fisherman - keep up the great work and I know your Dad is very proud. It is a great day when a father can hand the reins to the son.





"" | Real-Time Update | 07/25/13
 

Just wrapped up the shark fishing adventure with the Miller clan. 7 sharks.released including this 6-7 footer.and a really nice cobia on ice.
- Chris Dew
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"Bonus of shark fishing from the World Cat" | Real-Time Update | 07/25/13
 


- Chris Dew
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"More sharks" | Real-Time Update | 07/25/13
 


- Chris Dew
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"" | Real-Time Update | 07/25/13
 


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