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"Catching Gators!" | Tiberias - 22' | 01/13/13
 

The weather has been awesome the last several days giving us Spring like conditions. I have been playing catch up on the to do list and have missed some of the prettiest days on the water. Saturday was spent at the Myrtle Beach Boat Show sharing top secret fishing techniques. Store duty this morning. Needless to say I had just about chewed through my leather bridle by the time Dr. Terry got to the OIFC to relieve me. Jake and I got on the water by 1pm hitting a few areas close to home. We managed to get one nice trout to the boat. Jake still has not caught the fishing bug and an hour is about all he can handle. I headed back and dropped Jake off picking up my neighbor Rodney. We made a little run towards the inlet. We caught 5 or 6 reds pretty quickly. Made a move and started picking at the trout. Rodney also landed a flounder as well today completing the Carolina Inshore Slam in January! See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"" | Real-Time Update | 01/13/13
 

Almost to inlet- it was not the fishing day I had hoped, but it was great weather day- AND I had Brayden, Caroline and good friends aboard- good times. Good news- Caught wahoo on new Capt Joe high speed wahoo lure! More pics and report later. This pic is from first thing this am; troops are ready for battle!
- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Weather days and Fish days" | Real-Time Update | 01/13/13
 

Today was a weather day. What a glorious day to be on the water. It's been a long time coming for me. Absolutely flat calm seas, 70+ degree temps and sunny skies. Yes this is mid January on the Carolina coast. Will get a fish report up later. We will hit the dock around 645pm. Not a record setting day on the fishing but caught a few and had a fun day.
- Barrett McMullan
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"loaded down!" | Real-Time Update | 01/13/13
 

Capts Brant, Barrett, Chris Dew, Steele, Derek, and first mates Aaron, Katel yn, Caroline and Brayden and the kitchen sink are all loaded up on the World Cat and headed to the blue water. Mission today is high speed wahoo fishin g experimentation, slow speed blackfin, and pitch bait sailfish. It's a pretty picture but if all that doesn't work out we will settle for a nice day on the water. Head boat fishing vessel Worldcat OIFC out.
- Barrett McMullan
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"Congratulations..At Last" | Get Busy | 01/12/13
 

Tim Gallimore filed the following report..." For the first time in a long time, the postman delivered a package today that wasn't junk mail or a You Owe Me. It only took 20 months for this grouper to be recognized." Tim was fishing with Capt. Todd Helf, Brian Richard, and Robert Hughes on Todd's Boston Whaler on May 1, 2011 SW of OIB in 200'.

Brian and Robert are the reigning champions of the Captain Rickey's Annual Christmas Spec-Tacular Trout Tournament.  I may start fishing with them.

Congratulations and thanks for the report Tim.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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Capt. Brant 01/12/2013

Wow! That is one great accomplishment. The OIFC is proud to have you. Please tell us the story on the catch.





"" | Real-Time Update | 01/12/13
 

Terry Moore's "La Culebra" (Google this Spanish name) headed out early today (5:30AM) from Shallotte Inlet to find 75.4 degree water just inside 100-400 where Brian Crook landed a 33.6 LB WAHOO (picture with Tim Coleman) and a BLACKFIN TUNA. Caught by Wayne Kinlaw (photo on boat) using a Green Machine assisted onboard by Rick Rogers! Thanks for the exciting and encoraging report for the OIFC extended family!!!
- Dr. Terry Johnson
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"Beach Day in January!" | Real-Time Update | 01/12/13
 

Tried to post this with the picture but my phone was not cooperating! Brayden and Caroline joined me for a picnic on the beach today! Gorgeous weather and a perfect day to sit on the beach or be out on the water. Come by and see us at the OIFC and enjoy this beautiful weather while its here :)
- katelyn@oifc.com
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"" | Real-Time Update | 01/12/13
 

I just left the annual SKA Board of Directors meeting in Jacksonville. Ideas were discussed regarding ways to make the organization better, and I think members are going to soon see some positive changes and additions. The Pro Tour points format has been adjusted so that it is not as skewed toward the Gulf fishermen. I really like the format, which is based on where you finish and how many boats were in the event. And the last event has a $60k+ prize! Check it out- http://www.fishska.com/tour/ I'm headed back up 95 now toward OIB. It's 81 degrees outside here and I hear beautiful at OIB too. We are going to look at going to the Stream tomorrow. Stay tunes.
- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"" | Real-Time Update | 01/12/13
 


- Katelyn Kincer
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"" | Real-Time Update | 01/12/13
 

In shore & off shore conditions....FOG!
- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"" | Real-Time Update | 01/11/13
 

Finally! The OIFC custom King Mackerel rods have been shipped and are due to the OIFC by Monday- these are rods used by Team OIFC and are great and economical- stay tunes for delivery confirmation
- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"2 to go for make up tomorrow" | Real-Time Update | 01/11/13
 

Have 2 spots filled, looking for 2 more to go to the gulf stream tomorrow. Cost is $400 per person. Call 910-575-3474. Sent from my iPhone
- Steele Park
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"" | Real-Time Update | 01/11/13
 

Day break high tide at the OIFC
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"Best Event" | Get Busy | 01/10/13
 

I don't know about ya'll but Captain Rickey had difficulty  with the link to vote for the Jolly Mon as the best even in Brunswick County.  If you did too click on Jolly  and see if that works.  If not go to The Brunswick Beacon and at the top in their banner is a box for voting for the best of..Now go vote!!!  Thx.
- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Breakn' It Down " | Get Busy | 01/09/13
 

The Bonecrusher is killing me wanting to know the details of the OIFC Rodeo...Here you go my friend..... 

Flounder:

Jeff Wallen..6.8 lbs and 5.5 lbs  total 12.3

  Brandon Sauls..Goose Egg, Zip, Zero, Nada

 Clay Morphes                                         0

Trout:

Jeff Wallen..3.3 lbs, 3.2 lbs and 2.9 lbs  total 9.4 lbs

Brandon Sauls..7.2lbs, 5.3 lbs, 5.5 lbs and 3.1 lbs  total 20.6 lbs

Clay Morphes..3.9lbs                                                  total 3.9 lbs

Drum:

Jeff Wallen..7.63 lbs, 7.0 lbs, 6.2lbs                          total 21.83 lbs

Brandon Sauls..6.9 lbs                                                 total    6.90 lbs

Combined Weight:

Jeff Wallen          43.53 lbs

Brandon Sauls     27.50 lbs

Clay Morphes         3.90 lbs

Overall Average Finish Combined Participants:

Jeff Wallen         6

Brandon Sauls    7.33

Clay Morphes    10.33

 

 

                  


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Nominate the Jolly Mon King Classic" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 01/09/13
 

Please consider helping the Jolly Mon King Classic to win a "Best Of" Brunswick County award by nominating it as a "best county event".  CLICK HERE and follow the prompts- write in "Jolly Mon King Classic" as your favorite area event.
Thanks -- please pass this on to all your fishing friends, help the Jolly Mon to win "The Best Event in Brunswick County"
DEADLINE IS JANUARY 18TH
- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Make Up Charter Saturday the 12th" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 01/09/13
 

Well folks, looks like the weather is going to cooperate for another shot at those Wahoo's.  I am putting together a Make-Up Charter to go out and target these powerful and explosive fish.  Last weekend, we managed to have a pretty good day.  This will be a gulf stream trip, set up for individuals or pairs that want to get out there and do some fishing.  Cost is $400 per person. 4 spots available.  Call us at 910-575-3474 to reserve your spot.  LETS GO FISHING!!!!!
- Capt. Steele Park
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Steele 01/09/2013

Unseasonably warm water on the break too... Lots of sailfish on baitballs out there in addition to wahoos and balckfin tunas...

Capt. Brant 01/09/2013

Weather is looking really good- 70+ degrees too! This is a rare oportunity to beat cabin fever. The best Wahoo trip I ever had was in February; this Saturday could be great! Call me at (910)367-2945 to reserve a spot.

Monkee Jon 01/09/2013

Heard catches of 200lb class BFT caught by striper fishermen near the beach in Virgina is week!





"Little Redfish Bite" | Tiberias - 22' | 01/08/13
 

Jeff, Greg and Bob joined me for a half day of backwater fishing yesterday morning. It was a chilly start, but not too bad for January. The bite was slow and sluggish to say the least. I had live mullet minnows that were getting hit, but getting the hook to stick was a different story. We did manage to stick two of them and get them all the way to the boat. We changed game plans and headed for the shallows. As we eased back into the creeks we spotted a couple of fish. We started making long cast as we approached a little pot hole. No bites...once we got over the pot hole we saw several fish scatter. Dang it! They were there....We eased down towards the next pot hole. We could see several wakes coming towards us. Jeff pitched in front of the wakes as several redfish were approaching the boat. Instant hook up right beside the boat. The fish came unbuttoned. The school turned and headed away from the boat. Jeff made a long cast ahead of the wakes and instant hook up. This fish was landed and released. We fished the area pretty hard spotting fish moving all around us. We could only manage a couple short strikes so we moved on as the wind started to pick up. We had four more chances to land fish, but they just wouldn't hang on for us. It was still a great way to spend a nice day on the water in January. Thanks for fishing with us guys. See ya on the water!
- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Thoughts and Prayers" | Get Busy | 01/08/13
 

We at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center ask the fishing community to join us in extending our heartfelt sympathies to Michelle and Jeff Drake of The Law" fishing team at the passing of Michelle's mom.
- Capt. Rickey Beck
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Stick Slinger - Jim Bowen 01/09/2013

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family.. Sorry for your loss.





"Little River Jetties Trout Bite" | Get Busy | 01/08/13
 

Pictured below is Robert Hughes and a couple of 3 & 4lb trout he caught at the Jetties.  I didn't talk to Robert, but I know he's a artificial bait guy and my guess would be he is using Saltwater Assassin Sea Shad with and 1/8th oz. jig head.
- Capt. Rickey Beck
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