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Address: 65 Causeway Drive, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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Its that time of year again. A few kings have been caught near the river channel, the bull reds have finally been found in the pogy pods along the beach and I just received a good report of wahoo being caught near the gulf stream. That’s right folks – its fall and its time to go fishing.
We have two offshore boats available to go the stream Saturday (9/24) – Cost is $425 per person and we need at least four people to complete the trip.
Sunday (9/25) we also have two boats available to do a 10-hour bottom/slow trolling fishing trip – Cost is $325 per person and we need at least four people to complete this trip as well.
Make it a long weekend from work and come experience what our fall fishery has to offer.
Call – (910) 575-3474 to reserve your spot today!
Dennis Watson and an 8.9 lb flounder he caught today. Dennis said he fished 2 1/2 hrs and caught 5 more
Salty Daze had an opportunity this weekend to fish in the 2016 Rumble In The Jungle. The weather was Sketchy to say the very least. The tournament got moved from Saturday to Sunday because of a small craft warning that lasted until 6 am Sunday morning. At 7 am Sunday morning the field of 141 Boats blasted off in various directions. This is a shot gun start and a true sight to behold. As we made our way out of the inlet into the edge of the Ocean. I already knew this wasn't going to be a smooth ride. We pulled along side of the Huk, 42' Freeman with 4 Yamaha F350s, 1400 HP, when they shouted GO, we stuck right there with them, for, ooohhhh, about 2 seconds. Lol. Decision time was upon us. We ran about 10 miles north and ducked back inside and ran the waterway. This was the first of a few good decisions that we made. When we arrived at our spot, our baits were fresh and lively, not beat up like they would have been if we would have continued in the Ocean with the larger boats. At 9:15 we had the long outside line start to sing. She was heading for the wide open Ocean and changing gears while she was doing it. Then POP, the line broke 100yds above the fluorocarbon. Say a pray, lines back out, continue to work the area. Then it happens, the Lord gives us another opportunity. Success. We ended the day with 2 Kings and 1 large Spanish Mackerel. As always the Rumble in the Jungle was a well hosted tournament and brought out the best of the best tournament fisherman. This group included SKA National Champions, both past and present. Not an easy group to compete against. Salty Daze was extremely happy to come home with a 19th place finish against some of the best fisherman NC and SC have to offer. We would like to thank our sponsors and supporters, we couldn't do it without you. #evinrude, #tidelinemarine, #surfmonkeywear, #gaffersportsfishing, #engel, #crystalcoastgraphics, #saltlifeoptics, #biminibayoutfitters, #tsunamitackle, #jbcustomrods, #truthreels, #oceanislemarinaandyatchclub, #capehornboats
Team Do Work/OIFC goT bait & is headed out to get their king for the Rumble in the Jungle
Bryan and June Strickland took advantage ofvour beautiful weather and hooked up on a nice red and flounder. June bear Bryan with her catch and release drum. You will recognize Bryan from our tournaments, genus with Guy C Lee and is a big supporter of our local fishing action
Jason NcAlister posted this picture of the ocean conditions beyond the 10 mile mark today. Be prepared for Sunday. Good luck, stay safe & tight lines!
Get'n Bent fishing team proves the bait is here. Good luck to everyone fishing the Rumble from the bleachers
Mark Sirianni aka Yankee Mark andson in law Rich Panza with a 31inch and a 39 inch red drum they caught at the Little River Inlet. Mark said pogies were almost non-existent He caught the drum off minnows
After nearly loosing my left hand to a nasty infection, I have been back in action for a couple of weeks. The fishing is starting to show signs of improvement with the bait fish migration in full swing. The water temperature cooled a bit as Hermine drop a few inches of water, but after her passing water temperatures have been back on the rise. The red drum have finally gotten the memo and some over the slot reds have shown up in the usually places close to the inlet mouths. Some slot redfish have also finally started to show or at least feed in some of our area creeks. Black drum have produced the most dependable bite for me and my clients lately. Tons of 12 to 13 inch fish willing to eat a live shrimp right now. A few under the slot redfish have been mixed in with the black drum. We have also managed a few nice flounder in last week's catch. The water temperature should start to cool cranking up the migration and the predator fish should feel the urgency to feed. Come on down and get in on the best fishing action of the year! See ya on the water!
A local charter captain had this spotted sea Ray jump in his boat on the 7th. This reminds me of the elderly couple who showed up at the OIFC with one in their boat. I had jumped in and pretty much totaled their boat. It took several guys at the OIFC to get it out
REGISTRATION OPEN UNTIL 11:59PM ON FRIDAY,OCTOBER 7th
CAPTAIN'S CHOICE FORMAT- Fish 1 out 2 days- EITHER Saturday, October 8th or Sunday, October 9th
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