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"NOAA forecast" | | 10/07/14
 

This picture is a screen shot of the noaa forecast for the waters up to twenty miles offshore through Saturday. Right now it is predicting south winds at ten knots for Friday and Saturday. Stable, light, south winds should set the fish on fire for the tournament this weekend. In this weather any boat can get to where they want to go. We have been crushing the Kings in 20 to 70 feet of water. If you just want to go catch dinner real fast, I pulled some spoons at the inlet mouth yesterday and caught Spanish as hard as Aaron Dew could set lines until we had a limit. It was a lot of fun watching the spoons get bit before he could get the rod in the rod holder at times. On Friday and Sunday we were offshore a little in 65 feet of water and the Kings bit the same way. We had one to up to four fish on at a time almost all day. The bite did start a little slow in the morning and progressively got better throughout the day. Out of the all the fish that we caught out there, I don't think we had but one that was under twenty pounds. We saw several fish in the thirties and one approaching forty. The pogeys are thick as I've ever seen them up and down all beaches and are easily caught. All the elements are aligning to make this weekend have an epic bite that is going surely show some huge weights on the leader board. Sent from my iPhone
- Stan Gurganus
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"" | Choice of Two / OIFC | 10/07/14
 

The kingfish bite is on .. Check out my daughters first 30lber . Shes gonna be tough competition in the Fall Brawl


- Capt. Corey Bellamy
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"" | OIFC | 10/07/14
 

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- Katelyn Kincer
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"Fwd: Ella's 1st 30 king" | | 10/07/14
From: "Capt. Papa D" > Date: October 6, 2014 at 11:36:34 PM EDT > To: contender757@gmail.com > > " data-pin-do="buttonPin" data-pin-config="none">
 

Ella Bellamy fished with her Mom Shaun & Dad Corey yesterday aboard the "Choice of Two/OIFC "Contender when she caught her 1st 30 lb king Sent from my iPhone Begin forwarded message: > From: "Capt. Papa D" > Date: October 6, 2014 at 11:36:34 PM EDT > To: contender757@gmail.com > >
- Capt Papa D
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"Stream bound" | | 10/07/14
 

Capt OC and I are heading toward the Black Jack in search of wahoo. Stay tuned. Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
- Brant McMullan
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"Great picture" | | 10/07/14
 

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- "Capt. Papa D"
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"More Redfish Action..." | Tiberias - 22' | 10/07/14
 

Brandy Turbeville lands her first redfish. We fought the strong westerly winds again Saturday as a strong cold front approached. The day started off extremely slow as the outgoing tide was extremely dirty. We did have some opportunities on flounder, but we just couldn't get the hooks in them. The one flounder we got to the boat spit the bait out just as I slipped the net under him. It was clear the fish just were not in the feeding mood. We headed deep into the backwater looking for a redfish. Finally, a redfish drilled it, but he was 16 inches long. A good sign that we were onto something, but not quite the size we needed. Got another bite and it was a keeper black drum. Made a little adjustment to our setup and got the right bite. Brandy went to work and landed a nice 26 inch redfish. It was slower than expected for this time of year, but  patience paid off as Brandy also drilled a 28 inch stud in just inches of water. We had a few more opportunities on reds, but were plagued by pulled hooks and cutoffs in the shells. Thanks for fishing with us! See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Fall fishing at its best " | | 10/06/14
 

My wife and I took my daughter out today for a little pre-fishing for the fall brawl . This tournament is one of the best around and the fishing is always awesome. Today we found a good class of fish and heard of many more fish coming from just along the beachfronts . That's the best part about the brawl is it gives any boat of any size an equal playing field- the biggest kings could very well be just outside the inlets easily accessible to any style boat . See y'all at the scales. , Corey Sent from my iPhone
- thomas bellamy
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"" | Do Work/OIFC | 10/06/14
 


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"FEEDING FRENZY" | | 10/06/14
 

What an exciting weekend of fall fishing. Friday we had multiple boats report double digit catches of king mackerel. Saturday there was a slight lull in the action with all the hard winds we had yet some boats still managed to catch a few kings. Then on Sunday the action picked right back up with an incredible bite just a few miles off the beach. Pogies rigged with or without skirts have been doing the trick for these kingfish. Any areas with a sharp ledge or hard bottom should produce quality fish this time of year. However, be sure not to run past these fish – they will hold anywhere from 65 to 10 feet of water at times. We as anglers get used to running 25+ miles to catch bigger kings yet the beach is normally where you’ll find bigger fish during the first few weeks of fall. The best part about this fall king bite is that it lines up perfectly with the Fall Brawl King Classic. This kingfish tournament provides anglers with an ample opportunity to catch fish closer to the beach, spend less money on fuel, and to have fun with the family while doing so. Come out to the OIFC on Friday 10/10 to register and get in on the action. The Gulf Stream fishing remains strong as well. Catches of wahoo and mahi are steadily increasing. These cooler temperatures like we had this past weekend are sure to enhance the fishing out in that range. More pronounced warm water eddies will begin to form which will better the fishing. Right now through the end of October is when the OIFC produces some of the best fishing trips for customers. Whether it’s targeting kings on a 6hr or wahoo on a Gulf Stream trip, this time of the year is normally when we have our best success. Call and book your charter today while the fishing is at its peak! Capt. Derek Treffinger
- "Treffinger, Derek James"
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"Fall Brawl this weekend" | OIFC | 10/06/14
 

The Fall Brawl is this weekend at OIFC and if you're following our fishing reports the Kings continue to chew the bottom out of the boats[and piers]. We are seeing the best King fishing I can remember since I was a kid pier jockey at Carolina Beach Fishing Pier 50+ years ago. It's a all out bite from the beach to the normal 65 feet deep spots. Looking at the weather this week, it's looks pretty stable. A weak cold front comes thru late in the week but then goes back to lite south winds. In the words of King Mackerel fishing legend Stuart Ballard, "when the wind goes round and round, the fish go round and round". What I think that means for us is the wind will go from south to north back to south; and the interpretation I draw is the fish will end up this weekend back to where they are now...EVERYWHERE. So for all the King fishermen, the Fall Brawl is the last tourney opportunity in our neighborhood this year to experience the classic Carolina king bite. Come on down and join us.

Thanks. Rube McMullan


- Rube McMullan
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"" | | 10/06/14
 

Another great fall day. Capts. Stan and Zach on the Carolina Cat and First Mate Aaron with me on the World Cat enjoyed a fantastic day with the Vaughn party. Both boats fished 60-70 feet of water to produce these fish. The weather is great and the fish are hungry. Come join us.
- Chris Dew
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"Backwater Action..." | Tiberias - 22' | 10/06/14
 

The stiff westerly winds put a stop on the beach bite. We attempted to find bait on Friday, but it was well off the beach. We tucked tail trolling our way back for spanish. We found a few spanish, but quickly ducked back into the inlet finding calmer water. The backwater is still providing good action from flounder and some nice redfish are prowling around. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Redfish, Albacore, Spanish..." | Tiberias - 22' | 10/05/14
 

Thursday last week the winds were light and slight most of the day allowing smaller boats to fish along the beach front. We hit the first bait pod to the east of Shallotte inlet that allowed us to go 2 for 3 on bull reds right out of the gate. That bait pod was quickly surrounded by several other boats. We elected to move on down the beach hitting the next good bait pod. That bait pod provided one more bull red for us. After that we couldn't buy a bite, so we changed gears. False albacore and spanish were busting all over the place in 25 to 30 feet of water. Fat alberts on light gear will wear some elbows out! We worked on the schools for awhile before moving into the backwater. We went 1 for 4 on slot reds in the skinny water. We finished our day with a few more spanish and some hard fighting albacore. Not a stellar bull redfish day, but we found plenty of line stretching action. Sometimes you just have to take what the ocean will give you. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Fall fishing" | | 10/04/14
 

Two Fall highlights are Grouper and Kin Mackerel. The Grice Construction boys had a good day with both fishing aboard the Carolina Cat with Capt Brant. Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
- Brant McMullan
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"" | Do Work/OIFC | 10/03/14
 


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"" | Do Work/OIFC | 10/03/14
 


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"" | Do Work/OIFC | 10/03/14
 


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"More King Action" | | 10/03/14
 

Today Capt. Stan and I ran another half day trip. We caught bait in Shallotte Inlet and headed offshore to 65 feet of water where the kings have been making their presence known the last few days. Almost immediately we hooked up and for the next couple hours we stayed busy. To top an already fabulous day as we were getting ready to clear lines and head in our medium bait was inhaled by another hungry fish. Only this time it acted like a much bigger fish than we had been catching. After about 25 minutes a 40 pound Wahoo showed himself just enough to allow me to get the gaff in him. Come join us while the long awaited fall bite is on.
- Chris Dew
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"" | Do Work/OIFC | 10/02/14
 


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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