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"Seeing is Believing" | Do Work / OIFC | 10/10/13
 

Below are pictures I took today at 5:30 pm beside the Ocean Isle Pier.  The wind was blowing out of the north at 15-20.  When we say the ocean is flat near shore during a north wind we aren't just trying to get people in the Fall Brawl.  Go to our Facebook page and watch a video I made of the ocean.

The picture of the john boat was taken by Captain Jeff Beck while he was out testing the OIFC/Do Work.  Once again Bobby Lovingood pulled us through!


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Fall Brawl report" | OIFC | 10/10/13
 

Took a look at beach front this morning, and with a north wind and our south facing beaches, you could skip a nickel out to the buoy[make that Shallotte Buoy, not Frying Pan]. Looking out to the horizon, I think I see Kings skyrocketing[or maybe a elephant parade]. Just kidding, sorta. North wind stays with us thru the tourney, thus it will be flat on the beach front. Fortunately, this is the October week the Kings will be right on the beach and this will probably be a repeat of a few years ago when the winning King was caught inside of the sea buoy in 18 feet of water. We will make a bait recon today and will report on where its at. Come on down for the classic Carolina October King beach bite.


- Rube McMullan
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"Fall Brawl prep" | Real-Time Update | 10/09/13
 

Step 1- wait til windiest day of year to set up leader board Step 2- Fall Brawl coming to the OIFC Capt. Brant McMullan OIFC
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"Fall Brawl THIS WEEKEND" | OIFC | 10/08/13
 

EVERYTHING IS ON SCHEDULE AS PLANNED.  HOT BITE STARTED IN RIVER CHANNEL ON SUNDAY AS FISH ARE MAKING FINAL MOVE TO THE BEACH.  FORECAST IS NORTH WINDS 10-20KTS, MAKING FOR CLASSIC FALL BEACH KING MACKEREL FISHING.  LOOK FOR GOOD FISH FROM RIVER DOWN TO SHALLOTTE -- GAME ON!- CLICK HERE FOR ENTRY FORM
 
        
  
Fall Brawl King Classic
      
 
October 11-13


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Friday, October 11th
12pm-9pm: On-site registration at OIFC
6pm: Complimentary dinner by Guy C. Lee of Shallotte
7pm: Capt. Meeting
8pm: Spot Derby
11:59pm: On-line registration closes


Saturday, October 12th (optional fish day)
7am: Lines in & Scales open
5pm: Weigh-in line closes

Sunday, October 13th (optional fish day)
7am: Lines in & Scales open
5pm: Weigh-in line closes
7pm: Dinner & Awards ceremony


NEW TO THE FALL BRAWL IN 2013

  • GPS Store 23 and under division, 1st-3rd $$ payout

  • Calcutta apparel Junior angler divsion, 1st-10th $$ payout  NEW** top 5 recieve custom Fall Brawl pendant from Silverstar Jewelry

  • Ocean Isle Marina Lady angler divsion, 1st-10th $$ payout  NEW** top 5 recieve custom Fall Brawl pendant from Silverstar Jewelry

  • BrightStar Senior angler division, 1st-3rd $$ payout

     

  • NEW Marine Service Center First King to the Scales Award.  $500 paid to the first King weighed on Saturday and $500 paid to the first King weighed on Sunday.  Scales open at 7am and you can weigh-in and go back fishing as many times as you want.

     
  • NEW Cobia division, 1st-3rd $$ payout
  • NEW Spanish Mackerel division, 1st-3rd $$ payout
  • OIFC Family Fishing Awards, ALL teams that weigh ANY tournament eligible species and have a lady, junior AND senior angler on board win a $100 OIFC gift card.

  • NEW Cy's World Junior Angler Participation Award, ALL juniors who weigh any tournament eligible species go into a drawing to win a $1000 savings bond.

  • NEW NBOA Wheel of Fishing.  Weigh any eligible species and spin the wheel.  If you hit your fish's weight, you win $100 on the spot and enter into drawing for guaranteed $1000.

    CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS OR TO ENTER


    FISHING REPORT 10/7/13
    INSHORE:  Redfish continue to be on fire, particularly the big bull Reds.  Everywhere from waterways, to inlets to 50' of water offshore has been holding schools of big Redfish.  It is a growing fishery that stands to really gain some traction in the area.  I have also seen quite a few nice Flounder and am getting word of the Trout beginning to make their appearance.  All in all, inshore fishing is very good right now.

    OFFSHORE:  Last email I sent out I said the King fishing was "on the brink" of cutting loose.  Well, it cut loose this past weekend at the US Open as it took a 32 pounder to make the top 30, with a 47 pounder taking all the money.  The fishing was great with the majority of the fishing action from 50-70 feet of water.  I made a run offshore to 100 feet to check it out, but it was a desert out there; the Kings had all moved inshore.  Thus I believe the fish were on the move this weekend.  The day after the US Open, this past Sunday, I got a report that the Cape Fear Ship Channel had turned on big time with lots of big King Mackerel.  The fish were one day behind for the Open, but I believe are going to be right on time for the Fall Brawl.  This weekend the forecast is for North winds in the 10-20kts range.  That will make for ideal Fall beach fishing conditions, which is what I think the fish are going to be ready to provide.  I certainly like my odds in the Ship Channel but I'm thinking Yaupon or Lockwood might just be a surprise.  Shallotte has a chance too, but typically you see the best fishing start in the Ship Channel then move down the beach toward Shallotte Inlet.  Either way I think back several years ago when the Allen family fished their 22 foot bay boat at Shallotte Inlet in a 20+kts North wind and won with a 36 pounder.  Get out your chum grinders, balloons and kites -- its gonna be a perfect setup to get on the hook.  Also not to be overlooked is the Wahoo fishing.  It was off the hook last week as I finally timed it right and hit a hot Wahoo bite.  A few friends joined me on Wednesday for an all-out Wahoo bonanza as we boated 11 out of 25 or so Wahoo bites, ranging in size from 20-48 pounds.  This action is just in time for the annual Hook A Hoo  Wahoo tournament- October 12-27.  The tournament's format allows you to choose your fishing day over the two weeks.  The OIFC is a weigh-station as well this year.  CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Backwater Report" | Tiberias - 22' | 10/08/13
 

This past week was just a steady picking away at the fish. It doesn't seem like any of the backwater species are really schooled up in any particular spot. We have stayed on the move in the creeks finding one or two fish at each spot. Redfish, flounder, black drum, and sheapshead have all made a showing this week. The Little River jetties was still producing some bull redfish over 40 inches with plenty of 30 inchers in the mix. This severe cold front should get the fish schooled back up and in feeding mode. Here are a few pictures of the success we did enjoy this past week. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Fall Brawl THIS WEEKEND" | OIFC | 10/07/13
 

Conditions are setting up for a classic Fall beach bite this weekend.    Sunday, the day after the US Open the Cape Fear River lit up with big Kings as they finally arrived inshore in big numbers and big size.  It has been warm the last few days, but a strong cold front should really bring them to the beach and make for great beach fishing from the Cape Fear down to Shallotte.  The fish were one day behind for the Open, but I believe are going to be right on time for the Fall Brawl.  This weekend the forecast is for North winds in the 10-20kts range.  That will make for ideal Fall beach fishing conditions, which is what I think the fish are going to be ready to provide.  I certainly like my odds in the Ship Channel but I'm thinking Yaupon or Lockwood might just be a surprise.  Shallotte has a chance too, but typically you see the best fishing start in the Ship Channel then move down the beach toward Shallotte Inlet.  Either way I think back several years ago when the Allen family fished their 22 foot bay boat at Shallotte Inlet in a 20+kts North wind and won with a 36 pounder.  Get out your chum grinders, balloons and kites -- its gonna be a perfect setup to get on the hook. 


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"Us open" | Choice of Two / OIFC | 10/07/13
 

What a weekend of good fishing, and awesome weather . Team choice of two/Oifc fished day 1 in the crowd and saw some really good fish including the winner come from the area we fished .. The ocean was perfect and the fish were biting although we couldn't dredge anything bigger than 20lbs or so on day 1. We did manage to catch and release  a very nice sail . On day 2 we fished offshore of little river and had an awesome bite with a steady 25lb class of fish all day long. I bet we went through 50 rigs on Saturday throwing everything we had at the kings trying to get something just a little bigger to make the run up to southport .. The bite lasted from 8 am till 1:30 or so and fired back up a little around 3:30 . The fish are definently here and just in time for one of my favorite tournaments " The Fall Brawl ".  


- Capt. Corey Bellamy
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"Wouldn't Change A Thing" | Choice of Two / OIFC | 10/07/13
 

Great week of fishing started off with a few bull redfish then fished the us open and caught a ton of king mackerel all ranging from 20-26 lbs just couldn't find the big one we were looking..I wouldn't change a thing as we were in the right place on day 1 and day 2 we got away from the pack and had a blast catching tons of kings and a beautiful sailfish


- Capt. Corey Bellamy
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"U. S. Open Recap" | Do Work / OIFC | 10/06/13
 

The week of the U.S. Open was eventful to say the least!  My week started Tuesday when I received a phone call telling me that the lower seal of my starboard motor was leaking.  So we made a phone call to Bobby Lovingood and he responded right away and solved the issue.  The same day Capt. Rickey did his once over inspection of the Do Work and found a slight oil leak in the port motor!    I'll skip telling what my response was when I found that out, but the ones who know me will have a good guess.  Once again a call was made to Bobby Lovingood and he responded right away to fix the leak.  So a special thanks to Bobby Lovingood!  Without his assistance, none of the rest of the story would' ve ever happened.    

The Do Work/OIFC team consisted of Capt. Rickey aka Papa D (we all know him), Steve Lanier, Amanda Bennett (OIFC Staff), Ben Morris (OIFC Staff), and myself.  Courtney and Camdyn had to sit this one out.  They had to go to Durham and represent us at a family reunion and birthday party.  I had a spot in mind in about 65 foot of water to start the fishing on Friday morning.  We loaded the Do Work and pulled away from the dock and took our time getting to the Lockwood Folly Inlet to check out.  Once we made our way through the check out, we found our bait just down from the inlet.  With one throw of our Capt. Brant’s Custom Cast net, we had all the big pogies we needed.  I then turned the Do Work offshore and away we went.  We arrived at our spot around 8:00 a.m.  The crew put the baits out and we began to troll.  At 8:45 everything went WILD!  We had a triple header on and all the fish seemed to be a good class of fish.  I knew the one Papa D was fighting was the one we wanted.  Lucky for us, all the fish ran in opposite directions.  The first two fish were landed and all focus was put on Papa D’s fish, which struck a naked pogey.    He battled the fish like a pro, and once the fish came into gaff range Ben stuck it and she was brought on board.  Hugs and high fives were given, and our fish was iced down.  We continued to catch a good class of fish for the remainder of the time we spent out there.  The anticipation finally got to us and we had to go weigh.  So around 11:00ish we pulled all lines in and headed towards Southport.  Once at the scales, we discovered that our fish weighed 35.45.  Once again hugs and high fives were given.  We paused long enough for a quick photo op, then loaded back up and headed to the same spot to try and better our fish.  Once we arrived back to the fishing grounds, we learned that the bite had slowed.  We continued to fish and were picking at a few fish.  Ben was putting a bait back out when it got absolutely SMOKED.  It was like nothing I have ever seen before.  The fish stripped several hundred yards of line then did a complete circle around the boat and headed off shore.  I would’ve bet you at the time we hooked a submarine.  You could hear the line cutting through the water and it was making a wake.  Ben fought the fish and eventually it was brought in close enough to be gaffed.  YES, wahoo steaks for everyone.  The fish was iced and later weighed at the OIFC where it tipped the scales at 44 pounds.  For everyone wondering, did I get excited when the fish hit?  YES!  At the end of day one, we had a 35.45 KIng at the scales and a 44 pound wahoo on the dock.  What a great day!  The team did awesome for the first time fishing together.  We landed every fish we had on with the exception of one.  That included a triple header where one fish was 35 lbs. along with several double headers.    

Day two was no where near as exciting on the fishing scene as Friday.  We checked out and finding bait was no problem again.  We headed to the same area hoping for the same action.  The action was just not there.  In the famous words of a good friend of the mine, “it started off slow and just tapered off from there”.  We only had one strike.  It was a good one on the down rigger, but the wire broke.  We then jumped around to several different water depths and only caught one Spanish Mackerel all day.  We then pulled lines in and headed to the dock to prepare to head to Southport to see how Team Do Work/OIFC finished.

Now here’s where the day two excitement begins.  We look at the board and see where we finished 8th overall, 2nd place lady and won a special weight.  Once again hugs and high fives were passed around.  What a great feeing it was, one  I will never forget.  It was nice seeing all the local teams receiving awards and seeing the OIFC name on the leader board several times.  I would like to thank everyone for the calls, texts and handshakes of congratulations.  I would personally like to thank all the members of the team, Papa D, Steve Lanier, Amanda Bennett and Ben Morris, you did awesome!  A special thanks goes to Ocean Isle Fishing Center and the McMullan family, Dr. Jeremy Phillips of Elite Performance Chiropractic, and Bobby Lovingood.  They are the ones who have taught me a ton and help keep Team Do Work/OIFC on the water.  That’s our recap of the 2013 U.S. Open, can’t wait to see everyone at the Fall Brawl next weekend! 


- Capt. Jeff Beck
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"U.S. Open Recap" | Do Work / OIFC | 10/06/13
 

The week of the U.S. Open was eventful to say the least!  My week started Tuesday when I received a phone call telling me that the lower seal of my starboard motor was leaking.  So we made a phone call to Bobby Lovingood and he responded right away and solved the issue.  The same day Capt. Rickey did his once over inspection of the Do Work and found a slight oil leak in the port motor!    I'll skip telling what my response was when I found that out, but the ones who know me will have a good guess.  Once again a call was made to Bobby Lovingood and he responded right away to fix the leak.  So a special thanks to Bobby Lovingood!  Without his assistance, none of the rest of the story would' ve ever happened.   

The Do Work/OIFC team consisted of Capt. Rickey aka Papa D (we all know him), Steve Lanier, Amanda Bennett (OIFC Staff), Ben Morris (OIFC Staff), and myself.  Courtney and Camdyn had to sit this one out.  They had to go to Durham and represent us at a family reunion and birthday party.  I had a spot in mind in about 65 foot of water to start the fishing on Friday morning.  We loaded the Do Work and pulled away from the dock and took our time getting to the Lockwood Folly Inlet to check out.  Once we made our way through the check out, we found our bait just down from the inlet.  With one throw of our Capt. Brant’s Custom Cast net, we had all the big pogies we needed.  I then turned the Do Work offshore and away we went.  We arrived at our spot around 8:00 a.m.  The crew put the baits out and we began to troll.  At 8:45 everything went WILD!  We had a triple header on and all the fish seemed to be a good class of fish.  I knew the one Papa D was fighting was the one we wanted.  Lucky for us, all the fish ran in opposite directions.  The first two fish were landed and all focus was put on Papa D’s fish, which struck a naked pogey.    He battled the fish like a pro, and once the fish came into gaff range Ben stuck it and she was brought on board.  Hugs and high fives were given, and our fish was iced down.  We continued to catch a good class of fish for the remainder of the time we spent out there.  The anticipation finally got to us and we had to go weigh.  So around 11:00ish we pulled all lines in and headed towards Southport.  Once at the scales, we discovered that our fish weighed 35.45.  Once again hugs and high fives were given.  We paused long enough for a quick photo op, then loaded back up and headed to the same spot to try and better our fish.  Once we arrived back to the fishing grounds, we learned that the bite had slowed.  We continued to fish and were picking at a few fish.  Ben was putting a bait back out when it got absolutely SMOKED.  It was like nothing I have ever seen before.  The fish stripped several hundred yards of line then did a complete circle around the boat and headed off shore.  I would’ve bet you at the time we hooked a submarine.  You could hear the line cutting through the water and it was making a wake.  Ben fought the fish and eventually it was brought in close enough to be gaffed.  YES, wahoo steaks for everyone.  The fish was iced and later weighed at the OIFC where it tipped the scales at 44 pounds.  For everyone wondering, did I get excited when the fish hit?  YES!  At the end of day one, we had a 35.45 KIng at the scales and a 44 pound wahoo on the dock.  What a great day!  The team did awesome for the first time fishing together.  We landed every fish we had on with the exception of one.  That included a triple header where one fish was 35 lbs. along with several double headers.  

Day two was no where near as exciting on the fishing scene as Friday.  We checked out and finding bait was no problem again.  We headed to the same area hoping for the same action.  The action was just not there.  In the famous words of a good friend of the mine, “it started off slow and just tapered off from there”.  We only had one strike.  It was a good one on the down rigger, but the wire broke.  We then jumped around to several different water depths and only caught one Spanish Mackerel all day.  We then pulled lines in and headed to the dock to prepare to head to Southport to see how Team Do Work/OIFC finished.

Now here’s where the day two excitement begins.  We look at the board and see where we finished 8th overall, 2nd place lady and won a special weight.  Once again hugs and high fives were passed around.  What a great feeing it was, one  I will never forget.  It was nice seeing all the local teams receiving awards and seeing the OIFC name on the leader board several times.  I would like to thank everyone for the calls, texts and handshakes of congratulations.  I would personally like to thank all the members of the team, Papa D, Steve Lanier, Amanda Bennett and Ben Morris, you did awesome!  A special thanks goes to Ocean Isle Fishing Center and the McMullan family, Dr. Jeremy Phillips of Elite Performance Chiropractic, and Bobby Lovingood.  They are the ones who have taught me a ton and help keep Team Do Work/OIFC on the water.  That’s our recap of the 2013 U.S. Open, can’t wait to see everyone at the Fall Brawl next weekend!


- Capt. Jeff Beck
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Capt. Brant 10/07/2013

Proud of you guys! Hey not too shabby for the Beeracuda team as well -- good job guys! Hope to see all of you at the Brawl. Classic Fall beach bite to commence -- just watch.

Beeracuda Fishing Team 10/06/2013

Congrats to Do Work on a big finish in the open!

Capt. Rickey 10/06/2013

To add my two cents worth....The OIFC Teams work closely together and we have many "proud sponsors". There are two sponsors who have been with Team OIFC/Do Work befor the OIFC Team concept was envisioned by Capt. Brant and stayed on to sponsor all the teams. They are Sea Tow Ocean Isle Beach and Crossfit Ocean Isle Beach. Many many thanks to them and the many other business who provide sponsorship. They are special to us because they offered their help in a tough economy and we ask everyone to support them.





"Fall Brawl next weekend" | OIFC | 10/06/13
 

I'll probsably get in trouble with the "powers to be', but I am going ahead and declare that next weekends Fall Brawl King Mackerel Tourney will be an explosive all out beach bite. Fishing at US Open was good, but fish were still scattered. This week a strong cold front comes thru Tuesday/Wednesday with north winds. By the weekend high pressure will be on top of us and north winds will have layed out to offer perfect King conditions at the River Channel/Yaupon/Lockwood Inlet and maybe Shallotte Inlet.  Look for the scattered Kings to school up in the above spots[probably best in river channel].To all the US Open fishermen, come join us at the Fall Brawl for this amazing fall expereince we all look forward to with the classic Carolina beach bite. It will be on!!!


- Rube McMullan
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"Team OIFC US Open" | Real-Time Update | 10/06/13
 

Friday Amy and I fished and weighed a 29.75 and 25.. Today Caroline, Brayden and KK joined us and scaled a 31.5 and 27... Fishing was pretty good, not red hot- but quality of fish was impressive. I'm not sure how we finished but when we weighed our 31 was 29th... Tons of big fish including a 47 that I think won. Capt. Brant McMullan OIFC
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"Capt Amy" | Real-Time Update | 10/06/13
 

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Brandon "Bonecrusher" Sauls- this is for you Capt. Brant McMullan OIFC
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"Backwater Report" | Tiberias - 22' | 10/04/13
 

The creeks are producing red drum, black drum, sheepshead, flounder, and bluefish. The  waterway and inlets are slam full of bait! The bluefish are thicker than fleas. Big bull reds are coming and going with the tides. It is an exciting time to be on the water. The weather looks very stable for the next couple of days. Not sure what Karen in the Gulf is going to do early next week? I hope the action hangs on for just a few more weeks. I love catching those big ole redfish. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"King at the Jungle" | Do Work / OIFC | 10/03/13
 

 
Jason Cook, Jeremy Dowless & Joseph Russ with their catch from the Jungle yesterday
 
by Amanda Bennett, OIFC Staff

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Russty Hook 10/07/2013

Downtime the fishing was hot all day. We still need to get together and go.

DOWN TIME 10/04/2013

GREAT CATCH,DAG WISH I WAS THERE.





"Wahoo finale" | Real-Time Update | 10/02/13
 

Capt. Brant McMullan OIFC
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Joe Seegers 10/02/2013

BOOM! Pretty work, boys. Wahoo fishing like this should get folks in the mood for the Hook a Hoo Rodeo. www.hookahoo.com





"Hoo Mania" | Real-Time Update | 10/02/13
 

Started with live bait Kings on Yaupom. Caught a couple. Left and had lines n water near Steeples at 11:30. Fished til 5:30 and went 11 for 20 on Hoos from 25-45lbs. One quad that we went 4 for 4 on, several doubles and picked singles. Like normal wahoo fishing, we lost quite a few. Almost to dock now, barely light- flat sea. Capt. Brant McMullan OIFC
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Rube McMullan 10/04/2013

For those folks who want to go after the wahoo, technique is rigged ballyhoo with dark head lure; approx 6-8mph[swimming speed]

David 10/03/2013

what were you catching the wahoo on?

David 10/03/2013

What were you having the best luck with when you were catching the hoos?

Bob neWell 10/02/2013

Pretty work, we will be out there Friday BlackDog


Bob neWell 10/02/2013

Pretty work, we will be out there Friday BlackDog




"King report" | OIFC | 10/02/13
 

Looks like the Kings haved figured it out. Baits here, water color is here, calendar is here, US Open is here:  Kings are here, there and everywhere. There was a good bite yesterday from the beach to the blue water; it's game on folks....You should be here!


- Rube McMullan
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"Salty Daze" | Do Work / OIFC | 10/01/13
 

Pictured below are the kings the crew of the Salty Daze caught Sunday at the 90's during The Rumble in the Jungle.


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"King recon mission" | OIFC | 10/01/13
 

Did a "king conditions" recon yesterday; ran from Shallotte Inlet up to Cape Fear. The water is full of mullets/pogies/greenies/spanish/blues from the breakers out to 30 feet. The water is "almost" king green and probably getting better color every tide. Not sure what the communication channel is for the kings to hear this report but seems like they are bound to get the message and show up in the river Channel as they seem to do every year for the USOpen. Only thing that may slow them down is lack of cold front this week. Weather very stable this week. Lite winds/slight seas. Come on down; it is magnificant here at the beach.


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