NE 15-20kts isn't so good for offshore but perfect for beach going. Brayden says the bite is on today. Capt. Brant McMullan OIFC Capt. Brant McMullan OIFC
- Brant McMullan
Address: 65 Causeway Drive, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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Mikennerly and his son Michael took my two grandsons out today for a little bottom fishing on The Blue Pearl. It was a great day on the water. These two boys, Jack and Will wore the Black Bass out! Not a lot of keepers but two tired boys who are now hooked on fishing.
Thanks Mike and hopefully you've turned them into fishermen too
Send your reports & pics to email@example.com & I'll get them on.
Here are some pictures of a dive trip Jeff Martini of Midtown Bistro and Cameron Sebastian of Coastal Scuba. took this week.
Below is a picture of Wendell Barnet, owner of the "Empty Pockets" and some of his catch from the 22bd. I haven't been able to get the scoop from Wendell about any of the particulars.
From Tommy Helms:
That darn Rutty The Baracuedy . Plus Greg & Tom
Nathan Justice, his 2 sons and father-in-law caught these nice size spanish at the Lighthouse Rocks. Also Capt. Chris Dew reported the spanish are on the beach but they are small.
The dates have been set for the 2013 Martini’s Fall Hook-A-Hoo Rodeo, October 12 thru October 27, 2013. We will update the website as we finalize the plans for this year’s tournament. Click on www.hookahoo.com for more info.
Sorry, but I couldn't get our link to work...It couldn't be me!!!
Below is a picture of Kevin Stone's 9lb 7 oz flounder he caught today in Tubbs Inlet. Kevin was using mud minnows.
The action remains steady in the backwater. We have managed to find a few flounder for the dinner table and hurt some elbows with some hard fighting reds. Live mullet minnows on light carolina rigs will do the trick on the flounder and reds. Some anglers have been using white colored bucktails and soft plastics to catch flounder as well. Live shrimp will catch just about everything else...under a cork or on a carolina rig...be prepared to bait your hook often. See ya on the water!
I had the pleasure of fishing with Paxton and Chandler from Charlotte. Two boys that live only miles away from each other. Met at OIB a few summers back. They ended up fishing with me this week, I have never fished with two finer, more appriciative young men in my career. These two are welcome back on the Get Busy Fishing boat any time.
Little Kiley is admiring her dad's big catch. Johnnie Beck caught this 5pound 6 oz flounder
Monday afternoon. 221/2 inches.
He was fishing in the waterway at ocean isle.
Pictured is Eathen Stutts and the 1st red drum he has ever caught. He caught this spot tail from his dock on Comcord St.
Great job Eathen and good luck Mr. Stutts.
If you have a report with pictures sent them to Sunset69@atmc.net
Well Saturdays forecast looked great so we decided we would go fun fishing and after some thought we decided heck lets enter the tournament , fish down here and if we get lucky make the 65 mile run up to sneeds ferry .. Well as we left the inlet we were greeted with a snotty rough ocean that was like a washing machine .. We caught bait and headed out to a spot west of the navy and set out our spread .. First line in was hit within seconds small king which we released to fight another day.. Within the next 5 minutes we had a smoker hit the long line and run 3/4 of the spool of before we could get turned on him and as soon as we got the rod man up in the bow and worked to get on top of the fish he tail whipped us . Oh we'll we set them back out and picked at a few more kings but nothing big enough to make the run up to sneeds .. It was a fun day luck just wasn't on our side other than when Trask dropped the rod in the water and the downrigger line actually caught the rod and reel .. " now that was luck ".. We had a good time and fished in good company ..