The WX looks really good and the Wahoo and Blackfin Tuna fishing have been great-- looking for singles or a group to go to the Stream Sunday. Cost is $420 per person- call (910) 575-3474 to join Capt. Brant McMullan OIFC
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> > Fall fishing with my son Austin and friend Mike. Loaded up the boat and went in search for some meat for the freezer. Broke Shallotte inlet and headed towards Holden beach to find bait and one throw of the net and Mike loaded up the livewell with nice size pogies. Got everything cleaned up and headed offshore to about 70’ of water where everything looked fishy, put the spread out and trolled around all the other boats in the same area with the same idea. We had a couple short strikes that just missed the hooks, and we finally got one on and she ran about 150 yds before Austin finally got her turned and the fight was on, 15 minutes later Mike stuck the gaff in her and she was in the box. After 4 more nice size kings and a dozen shark we headed inshore to scout for Black Bass, caught a couple keepers, but mostly too small to keep. The weather and the company was great. Love making those memories. Thanks, Scott
Garrett Holden and I started out near the OIB pier catching bait, watching all the drum fisherman and dodging rain drops. A window of opportunity opened and we ran at 30 knots on slick seas to the 90’s. There were about 10 boats there and before I could get the third bait out we had two lines screaming. The boys did great battling with some quality fish which we gaffed and then we high fived. A small squall came up, the wind shifted and we decided to head to the canals at OIB. While it was a short trip we all had fun and have special memories. -By Keith Williams
Thanks for the report Keith
This was Yesterday With Dan Ratley and his Brother -by Tommy Helms
Martini's Hook A Hoo is underway. Follow this link for all the info.
The last update I got was Justin Huntley on the Tail Taxi out of Southport had 5 wahoo, 5 blackfinand was leading the blackfin catagory with 24 plus fish.
On Thursday, Stephen Hunter and Lee Moore on the Bounty Hunter out of Holden Beach had the biggest Wahoo at 44.16 lbs Check the link for the latest and stay tuned to the OIFC for info..
Dale Ward of Wilmington was fishing aboard Rusty Powell's Hydrasport the "Swamp Fox" when he caught this 35.15 lb king. Fishing with Dale & Rusty was Dean Porter. They caught their fish at the zjungle on pogies
At last I was able to slow down long enough to updaye the Rodeo. If you see any mistakes, an those who know me realize there is a strong possibility, contact me at the OIFC.......Here goes:
2013 Leader Board Updayed 9-21-13
King: 1) Corey Bellamy 32.55, 2) Tim Gray 25.50, 3) Camdyn
Wahoo: 1) Corey Bellamy 64.60, 2) Bob Newell 44.80 $ 60
Flounder: 1 Jeff Wallen 7.3, 2) Tommy Helms 6.25 3) Jr. Little 5.95
Trout: : 1-Clay Morphis 6.15, 2) Joshua Wallen 5.1 3) Brandon
Sauls 3.8 $90
Red Drum: 1) Johnathan Rickey 7.1, 2) Scott Rivers 6.7,
3) Ron Binnetti 6.6 $100
Hey Red Drum anglers.. The OIFC is now selling fresh frozen pogies for you to catch those monster Reds in the surf. This bait sells for $3.95 for a pack of 4. Use what the "Do Work Fishn' Chicks" use.
Not to be out done by their Dad Sam's 70 lb Cobia yesterday, sons Beau & Jake gave me the honor of weighing their fish at the OIFC today. Sam's flounder weighed 5.85lbs & Beau's trout weighed 3.15 lbs. they caught their fish at the mouth of Sauspan Creek
This Citation cobia was caught at the "90's" on pogies in the prop wash of a 19 1/2 ft. Parker. Matt Goss was on the rod and Wes Martin Gary Bayless, Jake Sipe & Sam Crutchfield were on board. This crew is from Raleigh. This fish sets a record of heaviest Cobia weighed in at the OIFC & will make for some excellent eating.