Mack homesley with trout. 6.o5 lbs Capt. Brant McMullan
- Brant McMullan
Address: 65 Causeway Drive, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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The Brunswick County High School Fishing Association is fishing today. A dozen or more local boat owners have donated their time and boats to take teams of 2 fishermen/women high school students to fish today. The high school fishing team competition was established by Capt Brant with OIFC, Rusty and Carol Petrea with First Tee and Capt Fred David with Follow Me Charters. The purpose is to introduce kids to fishing and the character building benefits the sport offers. Weighin is today at OIFC from 3-4. Come cheer on the teams and help recognize the boat owners who have so graciously donated their time and boats for todays event.
It was a slow day for us today fishing the Winyah Scarp area. We went 1 for 2 on Wahoo and had a Mahi and released a Sail and missed a Sail. The wind blew around 15kts from the west. The one hoo we boated came from 110' of water at 73 degrees. The water is still warm on break at 75 degrees, thus I feel like the hoos may be spread inshore in the cooler 70-73 degree water. But who knows? It's fishing. Capt. Brant McMullan
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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!
Below is Chris Eckert and Austin Eubanks with a blue fin in Morehead City.
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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.
I've heard of this fish
~~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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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!!!!