- Capt. Brant McMullan
Address: 65 Causeway Drive, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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Gavin, Noah, Steve Rulli, and Kim Shelton accompanied first mate Will Warner and I yesterday on a 4-hour charter. We fished in the 10-mile range for most of the day and had nonstop action from black sea bass. With Gavin and Noah’s help this group managed to keep nine keeper bass including a hefty 17 incher. Great job guys!
At birthday's I've often lamented age as a caculated by numbers is not nearly as telling as age calculated by miles. For you, I'm fairly certain the odometer has exploded. Nevertheless, let this day be a mark in the sand of a momentous accomplishment in your life with wishes for many more miles to come. Hoping you celebrate by drawing blood on a Giant today.
Here's wishing Captain Brant a happy 40th birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Joe Seegers and crew of the Hooked Up with a 98" Blurfin they landed today. There were two fish hooked and one boated; not a lot of action but there are Giants to be caught if you can get lucky Capt. Brant McMullan
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~~OK Peeps...It's Time for Captain Rickey's Annual Christmas Trout Spectacular Tournament. The tournament will be held the Saturday after Christmas, which is the day after Christmas, December 26th to be exact. Lines in at 7am and weigh in at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center at 4pm. You must be at the scales at 4pm. Entry fee is $50 per person. It is an ARTIFICIAL BAIT only tournament!!!! Clays famous BBQ will be served at the OIFC right after the weigh in. There will be NO Captain's meeting so if you want to compete contact Clay at 803-600-6321, Brandon Sauls at 910-443-1786 or advise me (Capt. Rickey by 7am Dec 26th. This has always been a fun and very competitive tournament. By being artificial bait only the playing field should be leveled. It is a winner take all tournament!!!! Let the smack talk begin!!!!
~~Sun up to sun down didn't get a blue but a black fin , December dolphin and oib king --Thx Patrick Prince
Below is a picture of Capt. Barrett covering the in's and out's of bluefin tuna fishing at the OIFC yesterday. Also pictured is Benji & Capt. Zach of the Get Floor'd/OIFC 36 Contender. Unless plans changed Capt Barrett was taking the Get Floor'd out today to try his hand with one of the giants.
Also pictured is the OIFC's updated Rodeo Leaderboard. Trask Cunningham has taken the lead in the wahoo division with a 62.5 lb hoo
~~Duncan worked with us at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center and is pursuing his dream of being a boat builder. Great work and we're proud of you!
This is his 1st boat.
It was a little windy but two boats fished and three fish were hooked up. The first two pulled the hooks and the third was lost at boat side by Austin Eubank of the Clearly Hooked; a heart breaker he said. He reported the fish was big, at least over 90" but broke the line when it made a last second dash and hit the props. Austin reports that all th bites were from the Knuckle and back to the west some 5 miles. He did report Gannets working. Also a couple of Bluefin were landed out of Morehead. One of them was 104" and cored at 675 pounds! That's no head or tail which means it was near 800 pounds. And to think it was 9" shorter than the fish landed down here yesterday but over 100 pounds heavier! A butter ball! This is really getting real now! So exciting. It is reminding me of back around 07' with the excitement and anticipation. The OIFC took delivery of bait this AM so we are in good supply of Horse Ballyhoo. Also we got commercial tags and a chill tank set up so fish can be off loaded here for pick up from the dealer. I am trying to get recreational tags from NC Marine Fisheries but they have not called me back. Looks like next weather window will be maybe Saturday and most likely Sunday Capt. Brant McMullan
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Super proud of my good buddy Capt. John Dosher, Chainsaw and Oak Island Fishing Charters for bringing the largest Blue Fin Tuna (113 Inches) to ever be landed in Brunswick County to the docks of Southport today. Bella and I where stoked to be able to be there for the offload.
https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/50/635.21Read section a part 2.. No photo ops with sailfish. For your own protection I will not post them so please don't send them :(
Congratulations to John Dosier of Oak Island Fishing Charters for landing the season's first Giant Bluefin Tuna off of Brunswick County. John hooked up this morning around 7:30am while fishing near the Knuckle Buoy off the Frying Pan Shoals. He and partner fought the fish for 3 hours before subduing it. And this was no average Bluefin;their Bluefin reached an awesome 113 long and is between 800-900 pounds. This is the largest Bluefin ever landed in the county.
It is time to go fishing! Very few fishermen ever get the chance to do battle with such monsters, and here they are being caught less than 15 miles off of our coast. This is no different than you see on the "Wicked Tuna" TV show, except this is unedited and REAL!
Capt. Barrett McMullan will be at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center on Saturday from 11am-1pm to answer questions and give advice on what you need and how to land one of these giant Bluefin Tuna. Capt. Barrett helped pioneer the small-boat, stand-up Bluefin fishery off the Carolinas and is willing to share his knowledge to help you get hooked up.
The OIFC has all the Tackle, Gear, Rigging and Bait you will need to catch a Bluefin Tuna. This seminar is 100% FREE. AND if you PRINT THIS EMAIL and bring to Ocean Isle Fish Company
restaurant on Saturday, you will receive 10% off your meal.
See you at the OIFC!
Ocean Isle Fishing Center
65 Causeway Drive-Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469
(910) 575-FISH - www.oifc.com