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The Snead family fished with me last year in the pouring rain. We picked up several redfish last year despite the conditions. This year the conditions were beautiful and we couldn't ask for better weather. We headed for a flounder hole. Mom and Dad were on fire with the short fish, but their son Logan stayed patient pulling in two 16 inch keepers. We hit another flounder hole as the tide ran us out of our first spot. Not much more going on with the flounder for us. We headed for a red drum/black drum hole finding one 21 inch redfish. It was time to move on looking for better action. We headed to an area that I have caught just about everything at some point. I pulled out the small hooks and ultra light gear. We worked the croakers and black drum over pretty hard. Charles was fishing with my 5 foot ultra light outfit when something larger than expected hammered a live shrimp. It was awesome to see such a little rod bend to its limits and line screaming off this small reel. All at the same time nerve racking as all Charle's could do was hang on. After seeing the fish roll several yards from the boat and watching the fight unfold, I knew Charles had a nice redfish on the end of the line. Charles landed a solid 23 inch redfish several minutes later with a sigh of relief and then celebration erupted. Every one on the boat will remember that fight for years to come. After seeing that fight, Logan and Aimee just had to get another one for themselves. Logan got a solid 26 inch fish and Aimee polished our day off with a 22 incher. Great day on the water! First picture is our bounty from last year, note the ponchos. No ponchos this year! See ya on the water!
Capt. Jim Bowen submitted this picture of the seafood buffet he and his crew of the "Stick Slinger" caught. Jim called & I missed the call. Soon as I talk to him I'll add the particulars. That is unless Jim wants to do it in the comment section.
Delane and Jessica joined me for a day of fishing this past Friday. We started off looking for flounder. We got a few bites and landed a solid 17 incher for the dinner table. Delane really wanted his wife Jessica to catch a redfish. Delane said that he had caught plenty of reds in the low country of South Carolina, but has struggled to catch any reds in our area. We made our move to find a few redfish. It didn't take long for a redfish to bend one of our rods. Jessica made quick work of a nice 22 inch red. The action was pretty steady in that area with us finally picking up a couple of upper slot reds. We made a move to another redfish hole, but the black drum were thick. Few large black drum have been around so far this year. Most of the black drum were around 13 inches. We did finally put a 14 incher in the boat for the dinner table. These fish are supper fun on ultra light tackle. See ya on the water!
~~Good times fishing this past weekend. Luke came fishing for a few hours Friday and was rewarded with this jewel Saturday-Jason Tierney
This picture is of Shane Britt (Britt's Bucktails) with one of the seven reds he caugh on the topt before, during and after the storm. The drum's spot is shaped like a heart...awwww
Jack and Emma both got there slam with several bonus species. Nothing like seeing two young adults enjoy our fishery. See ya on the water!
We got this picture from Ben Prince of a blackfin tuna he took in 100 ft deep water on a 10 in. mullet-Thanks Ben!
~~Checks and Tropies is the story for today. Me, Jeff Beck, and Stephen Tracy Lanier fished the Sheriff Ingram's Flatfish Roundup tournament and ended up placing 1st place Overall, 1st Place Calcutta, and 1st Place High Roller putting $1,800 in our pockets. Not a bad payout for a day of fishing and dodging storms. I would like to thank two key sponsors - Rickey Beck for providing our team with Capt. Rickey Snag-less Carolina Rigs with Ultra Stealthy Invisa-Line and most importantly the Founding Fathers of the United States of America which our team represented today!-Bonecrusher
Team Bonecrusher Do'ng Work For Team America consisting of OIFC Pro Staffer Brandon "Bonecrusher" Sauls, Capt. Jeff Beck and Crew Member of Team OIFC/Do Work joined forces to bring home the gold in The Sheriff Ingram Flatfish Round Up with a 5.62 lb flounder/19 lb aggrigate.
What a switch. Bonecrusher cut his teeth as an off shore fisherman and Capt Jeff started as a flounder fisherman winning several in shore tournaments as Team Hook em Up.
They didn't bring home gold, but $1,800 ain't bad. Congratulations
Rumurs have it good bite of big kings[30+lbs] today 70 foot hole/christina ledge. Standby for pics
In the 1st picture is Brandon Sauls (Team Bonecrusher Do'in Work For Team America) and a nice flounder he caught today while fishing with Steve Lanier & Jeff Beck in the Sheriff Ingram's Flatfish Roundup. As of 3:15 they had 5 flounder and one red.
Picture two is Heather and Eric Crane with a 60 lb whaoo they caught while breaking in their new Tidewater the "Good A Nuff". They was fishing in in 65 ft. deep water pulling pogeys
The 3rd picture is of Chris Campbell and a "slob" king he caught this morning on the "Bigger Whiskey" 27' Sea Hunt.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/20/goliath-grouper-shark-fishing_n_5695288.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopularTired of losing a nice fish right beside of your boat because a shark decides to eat it? If so, you will love this video.
~~OK ! here we go , This is Old Bill Poplin He caught this fish at the Jolly Mon Reef 300 hunderd yards SW off the Bouy No. Or there about , lowrance No BR,549 . Or there about -Report by Tommy Helms, who else?