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"School of Excellence" | Get Busy | 11/11/12
 

The OIFC is proud to be a "Platinum Sponsor" of Union Primary School in Brunswick County.  Union was just selected as a School of Excellence" and is 1 of only 38 primary schools in N.C. to be recognized as a School of Excellence.

Congratulations to the entire school staff.  Also congratulations to the students and the parents, grandparents and care givers for their involvement in the education of our youth.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Santa Came To The OIFC" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 11/11/12
 

Paul Bennick, who has played Santa for the OIFC, Martin Almond, and Austin Almond brought in these kings they caught in 80 ft deep 68 degree water.
- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Saturday's Wahoo" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 11/11/12
 

Wayne Kinlaw, Rickey Rozier, Tom Coleman and Rick Rogers stopped by yesterday with this fine wahoo they landed in 190 ft deep water.
- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Kings At The Atlantic Ledge" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 11/11/12
 

I posted 1 pcture of these guys on the "real time" portion of the Report.  Here are a couple of more with better shots.  At least the best we could do with the subject matter...Just kidding guys.

This is of the father-son team of Timmy and Allen Hinon, fishing the "Miss Reagan".  They limited on kings by noon.  They were fishing the Atlantic Ledge in 66 degree water when they struck pay dirt.  It was good news to find out the kings are still around.

Thanks for dropping by and letting us get some pictures.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Choice of 2 To The Rescue" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 11/10/12
 

The following is from Corey Bellamy and the crew of the "Choice of Two" crew located at the SKA Nationals:

Crazy site to see this boat sink in about 5 minutes ... We picked up the crew and went fishing afterwards ... Crazy how fast something like that can happen


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"" | Real-Time Update | 11/10/12
 

Timmy and Allen Hinson brought these kings to the OIFC (2pm).  They limited out by noon with the biggest being 22+lbs. They were caught in 80ft deep water using dead bait. The water we'd 66 degrees.-Capt. Rickey
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"Keep Up" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 11/09/12
 

You can keep up with Team OIFC and your other favorates by clicking on FishSKA.
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"" | Real-Time Update | 11/09/12
 

Team OIFC is worn out.  We spent the better part of the day hooked up to a variety of fishes.  As for Nationals, we tried hard, but only managed to boat a 38.  A 58 was the big fish today.  It is a 2 fish aggregate event, so we will give it another go.  The good news is the Carolina teams are doing well.  Stay tuned.
- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Jeffery Weeks" | Tiberias - 22' | 11/09/12
 

Jeffery Weeks unexpectantly passed away today. Jeffery has written numerous articles and his latest book has held the #1 spot on Amazon for several months. Jeffery's articles, reports, and personality will be missed greatly in the fishing world. Our prayers go out to his family and two children.

http://www.amazon.com/Jeffrey-Weeks/e/B00448Z5FO


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Biggest King" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 11/09/12
 

Team East Coast Sports caught the biggest king of the day (58.14 lbs) at the SKA Nationals.


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"One Fine Fish" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 11/09/12
 

Below is a picture of Capt. Barrett McMullan and Chris Bryan in The Gulf at the SKA's.  The picture was taken by Chris Campbell.
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"Meanwhile At The Natonals" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 11/09/12
 

Below are pictures of Eddy Jones and Trask Cunningham fishing aboard Corey Bellemy's "Choice of Two-Beck's and Ellas" in the Gulf at the SKA Nationals.

Corey and his family are taking a much deserved break after the devastating fire that consumed Beck's Seafood Restaurant in Calabash.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Look Closely" | Get Busy | 11/09/12
 

I was asked a load ( a southern unit of measurement) of times today "Where can I catch the trout?"  Look close at the background in the pictures of Scott Allen's picyures and you will find the answer.
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"Get your trout on!" | Tiberias - 22' | 11/09/12
 

Steve and Byran joined me on this cold November morning for some trout action. I had to re-think my thinking as my tide clock is a little off on the time change. I pulled up to a spot that looked about right for the tide level. I picked a weapon of choice and made a cast simply for instructional purposes to show my guys the presentation we would be using for today. About the time I got the words "just let it fall slowly towards the bottom keeping the line tight" out of my mouth. THUMP! There he is! I quickly handed the pole to Bryan and loaded Steve up with a weapon. Both anglers were hooked up! Bryan must have caught five in row and then 2 boats pulled up throwing anchors. That scattered the fish, so we made a move. We continued to pick at them for a little while, but had not found them like our first spot. I made a move and a few adjustments. Fish on! Fish on! I got one! We ended the day with 20 to 25 trout, 5 to 6 reds, and a flounder. The water has really gotten clear making it very easy to spot fish, yet spook them at the same time. Remember be quiet and keep your distance. We caught all of our fish again casting artificials. My favorite baits are of course 4" Sea Shads by Bass Assassin in various colors. Albino ghost and Green Moon will be the go to colors as the water has gotten gin clear. Good luck out there! See ya on the water!
- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"" | Real-Time Update | 11/09/12
 

The inshore trout bite is on
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"Congratulations Miss Madison" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 11/08/12
 

Congratulations to Miss Madison Morris for winning 1st place Jr. Angler at the SKA Nationals!  Madison is a valued member of the Seahorse Fishing Team.  She toughed out the rotten weather and terrible sea conditions to land her a spot on center stage at the awards banquet.Their post on Facebook is as follows...So proud of our 1st place junior angler for the PRO tournament :) looks like daddy might be buying a boat for somebody's 16th BDAY :) So proud of her for braving the weather, she's definitely not a quitter!!

 


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"The SKA Nationals" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 11/08/12
 

The Okay she's laying down! Finally we might get to fish a day or do where we don't get our brains beat out! Happy dance- maybe the fish bite will also turn back on as quick as this weather layed our :)

Seahorse Fishing Team hailing from Holden Beach posted this picture and the above report  from the Nationals on their facebook page.  I stole it..Hope ya'll don't mind.

 


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Licking Wounds" | N/A | 11/08/12
 

It's been a tough couple days for Team OIFC.  Myself, Chris Bryan, Chris Campbell and Rube competed in the SKA Pro Championship out of Biloxi.  Unfortunately we weren't much competition.  It wasn't for a lack of effort though as we braved 20-25knot north winds for both days of the tournament and traveled almost 400 miles trying to find the right fish.  There were plenty of big king mackerel scaled but we just couldn't seem to get in the right place at the right time.  Our hero or zero/ checkers or wreckers approach to tournament fishing has not paid off yet this year in Biloxi.  The good news is the big show starts tomorrow.  The National Championship will be held over the next two days from Biloxi and we are ready to redeem ourselves.  Most all fishing teams have arrived including a good contingent from Ocean Isle Beach and Brunswick County.  The goal is for one of us to bring the hardware home to Ocean Isle.  The weather is shaping up to be a little better especially tomorrow.  Brant, Amy, Caroline and Brayden are now in town along with my wife stephanie and we along with Rube will join forces to get Team OIFC back on track.  Stand by for an update tomorrow evening. 

Rube is really focusing on the mission at hand.  He was last seen having a long conversation with the mount of "kingzilla" located here at the Isle of Capri hotel in the restaurant. 


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Fall Brawl Results" | Get Busy | 11/08/12
 

Some folks have asked about the results.  They are posted and in someone's famous words.."trust me".  Click on this link then click on any of the topics on the left side of the page and you'll see the complete results.

This reporter has been a little slow posting because I got a new computer and am still figuring it out.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"OIB Manatee" | Get Busy | 11/08/12
 

Paul McIntyre sent us the following post:

I don't know if you'll be able to see them very well, but attached below are pictures I took of a manatee in the main canal behind Ocean Isle Beach. We were only a few feet away from it for several minutes, so we were definitely able to make a positive identification. After a very tough day fishing in the Fall Brawl on Sunday, we were just about back to the house when we saw the manatee easing along just below the surface. It would rise from time to time to breathe. We followed it until it finally turned out the main channel toward the ICW. Don't know if you've ever seen one here before or have heard of anyone seeing one, but we thought it was pretty unique. 

Thanks for sharing Paul


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