Camdyn Beck from Team Do Work-OIFC is ready for a big day on the dock. Sent from my iPhone
- Amy McMullan
Address: 65 Causeway Drive, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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Our charter boats fishing yesterday reported the following re: conditions for kings:
-water full of stud pogies from Shallotte Inlet to Little River from 6 feet to 20 feet.
-water toward Jungle area still slity[lime green] and dirty[did catch a king there however]
-water in 80 feet looked much better; caught a king there
-cobia a nuisance[only to the king fishermen] they are still thick everywhere
Standby for todays report when the charter boats get back.
That sounds like a perfect job for Captain Rickey!!!!
But Brandon Sauls already has one, David Hudnik. And it seems David knows how to wet a hook. Check out the pictures, they had a few more reds and a flounder. Non of the reds were big enough to knock David's co worker, Johnathan Richey off the OIFC Rodeo Leader Board.
Reminder...the clock is ticking down to the Jolly Mon. The fun begins tomorrow at 9am with "Rock The Dock"!!!! Hope to see ya'll there.
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Brandon Sauls reports that his fellow coworker at IntracoastalNet Designs Johathan Richey took top place in the OIFC Rodeo with a 7.1 lb redfish. Of course Brandon says it was only possible because the captain was the one and only Bonecrusher.
Great job and fantastic report. Everyone is invited to enter the Rodeo and take part in some of the fun. Jolly Mon anglers, be sure to enter the King Division!!!
As always, if you have a report and pictures you would like to share, send it to me at email@example.com
NO EXCUSES ON THIS ONE. MOTHER NATURE IS GRANTING US A BLESSING. FISH FAR OR NEAR, YOUR CHOICE, NO OBSTACLES SO LONG AS WITHIN THE RULES.
Today while we were driving home, Camdyn said Dad I need to get my fishing stuff for the Rock the Dock. So off to the OIFC we went. Once we arrived, Camdyn went down the isles asking tons of questions about hooks, swivels, and all the good stuff you would need. We got some supplies and headed home. At the house Camdyn sat down on her own and prepped for the Rock the Dock. We also made a huge accomplishment while prepping, Camdyn learned how to tie her own flounder rigs. She sat down and tied four. So the point to this story is that the kids take their fishing just as serious as we do. The Rock the Dock is a great way to get the kids involved in fishing. I cant wait to watch the show on the dock Thursday and hope to see all the little ones out there, "Rock'in the Dock".
Lazy day on the docks at Ocean Isle with Madison Lathem & Brandon Aycock
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