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"OIFC Rodeo- Last Chance" | | 12/10/15
 

This weekends weather is shaping up great. The OIFC Rodeo is still open to enter. The Wahoo and King Mackerel categories should be good targets. The current Wahoo leader is 55 pounds and King is 34 pounds. Both of these are very attainable. Wahoo have been good up and down the break in 120-200' depths and Kings have been good when you find 70 degree water. The OIFC charter boats will be in the Stream on Fri and Sat and kingfishing on Sunday. ENTER THE RODEO Capt. Brant McMullan
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Brant McMullan 12/10/2015

Still have couple spots open for Stream trip on Saturday. Call 910-575-3474





"Offshore Report" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 12/10/15
 

Yesterday was what late fall fishing is all about. The “New Yorkas,” Tom, Brian, Rich Dilenge, and Mike Herrero accompanied Captain Chris Dew and I for yet another “catching” trip aboard the OIFC Carolina Cat. Our day began with trolling live and dead baits in 80 feet of water in search of king mackerel. The water clarity was decent, the bait marks on the depth finder were plentiful yet we weren’t experiencing the fantastic king bite we anticipated. 15 minutes into the troll we were rewarded with our first bite. Then another, and another until we realized six king mackerel were enough for dinner. Next mission – grouper. The plan was to ease over to another spot about a mile away from where we caught the kings to begin bottom fishing. As I began to setup Brian Dilenge’s grouper rod, the rest of the crew assured captain Chris and I that there were indeed fish under us by swinging keeper black sea bass and a few other small bottom fish over the rail. Brian ended up manning the grouper rod all day. If you have never experienced a blistering run from a king mackerel or the unforgettable thump of 34-inch gag grouper, now is the time to go. And I almost forgot, the Wahoo bite has been red hot in the Gulf Stream. We are offering both these trips this weekend at an unbeatable price. $150 per person for an 8hr king mackerel trip Sunday and $300 per person for an 12hr wahoo Gulf Stream trip Saturday. Call (910) 575-3474 to reserve your spot today!


- Capt. Derek Treffinger
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"Blue Fin" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/09/15
 

Below is Chris Eckert and Austin Eubanks with a blue fin in Morehead City.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"OIFC Gift Cards!" | OIFC | 12/09/15
 

OIFC Gift Cards are the PERFECT present for that hard-to-buy for person in your life!

Purchase one ONLINE NOW 

 

 


- Katelyn Kincer
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"Make up trips sat and sun" | | 12/09/15
 

Wahoo trip on Saturday- $300 pp 2 spots open King Mackerel trip on Sunday- $150 pp 2 spots open Call 910-575-3474 Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Make up trips this weekend!" | | 12/08/15
 

Looking for folks to go fishing on Sat and Sun. Weather looks great! Kings are chewing on a 8hr and wahoo and blackfin on a 12hr. We want to offer an off-season discount so here's a price you can't refuse: $150 per person for 8hr King $300 per person for 12hr Wahoo Call 910-575-3474 to book Capt. Brant McMullan
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"SKA Email" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/07/15
 

I'm proud of the Div 9 Jr. Angler of the Year, Camdyn Beck, of Team Do Work/OIFC for being shown on the Southern Kingfish Association's email.  She represents Team Do Work, the OIFC and the SKA very well if I say so myself!!


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"High School Fishing NEEDS YOUR HELP" | | 12/07/15
 

The next event in the High School Fishing Association is this Saturday. We have a record number of students wanting to compete; now up to 17 teams of two students. We have 10 boats committed but we need 7 more. PLEASE volunteer your time and your boat to host two high school students for a day of inshore fishing on this Saturday, Dec 12th. Fishing is from 8am to 4pm on Saturday. Please email captbrant@oifc.com if you can help take these youth fishing. Capt. Brant
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"Rainy Monday Blues?" | OIFC | 12/07/15
 

Visit: http://shop.oifc.com/ to SHOP NOW.
FREE Shipping & FREE Gift with any purchase of $40 or more!! 
Perfect time to get some Christmas shopping done without having to get out in this yucky weather.
Call Us: (910) 575-3474 if you don't see what you are looking for online!


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"Rodeo Update" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/03/15
 

Team Reel McCoy jumped to the lead of the wahoo division Sunday with a 56.70 lb wahoo, knocking Team Choice of Two to 2nd.


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"I Borrowed From The SKA" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/03/15
 

I've heard of this fish


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"Give the Gift of Kingfish!" | | 12/01/15
 

Another awesome day on the water! This past week has helped erase all those tough July and August days; struggling for anything to bite. The King bite has been fantastic in 85' depth. Today I hosted Alex Westbrook, Josh Hastings & Mark Hamm for an 8hr fish catching adventure. Pretty much from the first line out until we called it quits, it was non stop action from Kings in the 10-25 pound class, False Albacore, Amberjack and even a couple monster sharks for added entertainment. We caught our limit of Kings and several really nice 20lb+ pound fish. The bite started red hot on dead bait but started to slow a bit (I was able to get all 4 lines out). I began jigging Cigar Minnows off the bottom and that sent the fish into supersonic mode. They were liking the livies. If you are thinking of a unique Christmas gift, why not take someone on a Kingfish trip with us? But instead of waiting til Christmas, go between now and Christmas. The bite should stay good until then. Give us a call 910-575-3474 and lets go fishing while the getting is good! Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Reel McCoy Report" | Do Work / OIFC | 11/30/15
 

~~Daniel Simmons, Mike Ashburn and Bryan Freeman fished out of Ocean Isle on the Reel McCoy
Sunday Nov 29th in 77 degree water with plenty of porpoises, sea turtles, bonitos but no bites until
1:30PM.  Then the pelagics woke up and a nice smorgasbord of tasty critters including blackfin tuna, mahi and wahoos found their way to the ice box.  Biggest wahoo was 56.7 pounds. 

Thanks for the report and the picture Bryan!!!

 


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"Perfect Christmas Gift" | OIFC | 11/30/15
 

Looking for a NEW reel?

*Shimano Trinidad 16

*Shimano Stradic FJ1000,2500 & 4000

*Okuma CZ-10CS

Reels are 25-30% OFF 

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"CYBER MONDAY!" | OIFC | 11/29/15
 

CYBER MONDAY 

11/30/2015 

SPECIAL DEALS

Free Shipping on ALL orders!

FREE $10 OIFC Gift Card (with any purchase of $75 or more) 


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"Flotilla" | Do Work / OIFC | 11/29/15
 

Last night was a beautiful night for the Flotilla.  The OIFC was in full swing too.  We had Christmas music pumping, the store open, the resturant in full swing, 3 decks to view from and the downstairs and top deck bar in operation.  Not only that but Miss Caroline was selling her famous hot chocolate!  Join us next year.  It's only going to get better!!!!


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"Cy's World Tournament" | Do Work / OIFC | 11/29/15
 

~~Saturday the Ocean Isle Fishing Center was blessed to once again be chosen as the host of the Cy's World Fishing Tournament.  The winners we "Team 'merica, Brandon and Clay.  Congratulations to them and all who fished .  And thank you to Ned Garber and Chris Brian for the event.

ABOUT CY'S WORLD

Cy's World was founded in 2010, to celebrate the life of Edgar Clyde Garber IV, who left this Earth too soon at age 17.

Cy was first and foremost a beloved son, brother, cousin, friend and boyfriend. Cy Garber was a senior at Terry Sanford HS, all set to matriculate to his beloved NC State, where he would pursue his dream of turfgrass management.

Cy loved the outdoors; by the time he was 2, he had learned to water ski with his Dad Ned holding him in his arms as they would spool around the waters of Ocean Isle Beach.

As Cy grew into his pre-teen years, he would learn to water ski, 'barefoot', surf, wake board, wake skate, and virtually any activity which could be done outdoors or improvised with or without adult supervision.

Later, he would make hunting another lifelong passion, participating in the annual family Labor Day dove hunt on family lands in Greene and Sampson counties. Ducks, quail, dove, it didn't matter, as long as it was safely and fairly pursued with friends and family.

Cy and his cousin Will recorded a hallmark date in December of 2008, when Cy took his first buck, a nice 8-pointer from the stand on cousin Andrew Sanderson's land in Harrell's. Will and Cy, proud parents Ned and Caroline, and sister Molly enjoyed that special moment.

Our Mission

The mission of Cy's World is to promote the lifelong love of outdoors, hunting, fishing, surfing, skiing, boating, and all those passions which Cy pursued with vigor.

The Board of Directors is comprised of family and friends. Once fund raising has reached a sustainable level, the Foundation, which is organized as a nonprofit with 501C(3) status, will begin to accept grants to focus on teaching, introducing, and compelling youth to enjoy outdoors safely, with conservation of natural resources and sustainable practices to insure these activities are here for others to enjoy for many generations.

It is expected that grants will be made to certified and qualified vendors to carry out the teaching; current charter captains in NC, fresh and saltwater fishing guides, the OIB surf camp, etc.

All those who currently teach will be supported so that they might introduce and engender these activities to others who could not afford, or might not have the family support system to make it happen. We will use certified and licensed vendors to insure safety.

 


 


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Clay Morphis 11/29/2015

Capt. Rickey awesome post! I too want to thank all the captains and crews who have supported a great cause over the years. I know there is a pot "beat the Bone Crusher" AKA "team America". In order to raise the level of competition and to test your level of inshore expertise, I'm going to add another $200.00 to the team that thinks they can take the "4 peat champs down". Come out and support a great cause! Clay "Pork Chop" Morphis





"Today's Charter" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 11/29/15
 

~~Kevin Pagiliari & Bob Guyley & Alex with a 30 plus but king along with several other kings caught on a charter with Capt Brant
~~Alex Pagliari from Greenville, NC WITH HIS 30 lb 2 oz King he landed while fishing with Capt Brant using dead cigar minnows

 


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"Christina's Ledge report" | | 11/28/15
 

Chris Campbell fished his boat the Googanator today and had 3 kings up to 32 pounds at Christina's Ledge. Although the water was a chilly 63, the fish were still there. He reported using Pirate Plugs rigged with cigar minnows. This is really late in the year to still have kings within sight of land, but this is certainly proof. Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Today's offshore" | | 11/28/15
 

Great King bite from quality fish in the 85' depth range. The water temp was 70 degrees and we caught kings on both live cigar minnows that were jigged on site and dead cigars as well. Most of the fish were in the 12-15lb range but we had a few over 20 with our biggest at 30.2. Great job by the Pagliaris of Greenville, NC Capt. Brant McMullan
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