- Capt. Rickey Beck
Address: 65 Causeway Drive, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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Getaway Adventures of Little River/N. Myrtle Beach has joined our family of supporters bringing us to an even dozen. The other proud members include, in no particular order:
I had two lovely couples join me this weekend. Alan and Dorrie celebrated thier 13th wedding anniversary catching some great eating fish. Jamie and Richard celebrated Richard's 29th birthday trying to load up the fish box with some great eating. Despite the freshwater run off from Friday mornings thunder showers we managed to successfully put a few fish in the box. The water has turned milky in several places in the backwater and you can even smell the freshwater in places. The water temperature is in the high 60's and some places are showing 70 degrees. These temperatures will get the fish moving and Cherry Grove is already reporting a good flounder bite. Tubbs Inlet should start to fire off any day now. Look to target the incoming tides this coming week drifting live mud minnows near the inlet mouths for flatfish success. Many fish will probably be on the small side, but a large nugget could be hidden among the small ones. Good luck out there! See ya on the water!
Team OIFC proudly welcomes Capt Joe Shute and his Fish Finders Tackle to our family of supporters!!!!
Stopped by yesterday and saw alot of good stuff on the 40 percent off wall at the fishing center ... I'll be back tomorrow to come stock up !!! Awesome prices throughout the store. ..
John & Marcia Stilwell of the Stil-Away Fishing team, Denver, NC just returned from the Los Suenos Resort in Herradura, Costa Rica. This is largest of the 2 sails John caught while fishing in the beautiful waters of the Pacific Ocean.
While the Stilwell’s were there, the Los Suenos Billfish Tournament was concluding and the 30+ tournament boats caught / released over 1100 billfish in the 3 day tournament.
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Thank you for your report John.
My buddy Terry Frink who owns Capt. John Seafood in Calabash just bought a 31t Cape Horn from Anglers and named her "My Toy". They went to the scarp and boated three wahoos today. The biggest one was 30 pounds. The water temp was from 70-72 degrees. Brought no bait and caught all three on high speed trolling lures in the afternoon. They also missed a couple.
More Pictures to come.
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I might note that Angler's Marine is a proud supporter of Team OIFC!
If you have any reports with pictures, or want to join Tea, OIFC's supporters, contact me, Capt Rickey at sunset69@at,c.net
Spring breaks were just a few days early. Now most of you are back at the daily grind wishing you were here enjoying this weather. Tomorrow is Friday! Ya'll come on down and join us. It looks like a few storms are approaching, but shouldn't be a big issue on Saturday and Sunday. Meanwhile, I couldn't stand it any longer with all this perfect weather and headed out on the water yesterday evening. I picked at the trout, one red, and a nice black drum all on artificials. I picked up a stranger fishing off his dock late yesterday. The youngman offered up a secret lure and proceeded to put on a clinic catching trout, solid trout. I felt the boat move side ways as the youngman hooked up hard...I thought I heard Troy say, choot'em Jacob, choot'em...we gotta Treeshaker here! We landed the beast and stuck'em in the livewell. Come to find out the youngman is in the OIFC Rodeo...we weighed the fish and just that quick the Bronecrusher has got some work to do. Come join the fun in the year round rodeo and poke a little fun at last year(s) past winners. You can't win it, unless your in it! See ya on the water!
Kennan Hill, fishing with friends out of Asheboro, NC landed TWO Citation Wahoo today at the "Same Ole" in 300 ft. water using Blue-White and Purple-Black Islanders. Found bait at 120 ft. of water, with temperatures between 73.5-74.5 degrees. WAY TO GO WAHOOFISHERMEN!!! 44.4 lbs.
Kennan is in 1st place in the OIFC Rodeo's Wahoo Division.-Capt. Rickey
Team OIFC proudly welcomes Team Get Floor'd to our fleet. Team Get Floor'd consists of the father/son duo Benji & Capt. Zach Faulkner and crew member/CrossfitOIB Coach Richie Heycock.
Keith Berciunus' Report: A 35# Snowy Grouper!! Caught in 900 foot of water... FUN TIME!!