- Katelyn Kincer
Address: 65 Causeway Drive, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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Hit the wahoo pretty good today. Finally a day with good weather and good fishing. We fished a 6 degree break (68-74) and green to blue color change at the south end of the Scarp. You couldn't draw it up much better. The wahoo were knotted up in one area about a half mile inshore of the break in 160'. Once we located them around 11am we picked on them til 3- went 7 for 10. All fish were 30-40lbs. Hot lure heads- JAG 8 and Instigator- both Bluewater Candy. Davis Hallman, Jason, Travis, Jonathan Koon, Cory Thorne from the Charlotte and Columbia areas joined us today.
Capt. Jeff says the trout are loving the cajun pepper with chartreuse tail Vudu shrimp (pictures don't lie).
Lucky for y'all - we just restocked the Vudu shrimp
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As always- be sure to send in your fishing reports to email@example.com and let us know what your favorite bait is!
**Attention all anglers --
There is now 18 waiting list members for the Jolly Mon VIP. If you have not qualified and have interest in participating in this tournament, NOW is the time to get on the waiting list. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with interest.
Also, the Cobia Clash is fast approaching. Online and printout entry is now open. CLICK HERE to visit the tournament page for the Cobia Clash. From the way its looking, this could possibly be the last opportunity for some anglers to catch and keep a cobia outside the 3-mile line!
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I think my link last week didn't work. Check out Chris Campbell's teaser he did for recent No Limits Fishing shoot we did in Guatamala -
~~Todd Tanksy, Bryan Freeman and Graham McNeill went to the Blackjack Hole Saturday.
The bite was not on fire, but thank goodness we made the 2 solid hook-ups we got count.
They were both definitely keepers!
Thanks for the report Bryan!!!
Meanwhile, Team Do Work/OIFC minus me went sea bass fishing in 80 ft of water. The team limited out on keepers pretty fast and were back at the OIFC by 2. I hung at the OIFC taking care of things there. Finally the weather has broke and fishing is in the air!!!
I’m proud to announce that a new Cobia tournament will be coming to the OIFC over Memorial day weekend. This will be a three day, captain’s choice event that will give anglers one last shot at catching and keeping a Cobia before the season closure June 15th. I will start accepting early entries tomorrow (3/12) either online or by calling (704) 616-1615. If the warm weather isn’t making you think about spring, take a minute and visit the Capt. Derek’s Cobia Clash tournament page by clicking HERE.
Also, be sure to checkout the Jolly Mon VIP as well. Information regarding this tournament can be found by clicking HERE. I will begin accepting entries from qualifiers for this tournament on April 1st.
~~The ?#new? Choice of Two. Can't wait to deck it out with E-Riggers.com, Marsh Tacky Carbon Smith Outdoors rod holders . Ocean Isle Fishing CenterOcean-Tamer Marine Bean BagsBimini Bay Outfitters Salt Life Optics. Ready for a wahoo trip soon with our Rippin Hoo teaser and Ballyhood Saltwater Lures and custom Bazen Custom Rods. Thanks for another awesome top quality boat Contender Boats Inc. and Sportsman's Choice Marine .
~Eddie Rowell and Darien Crumbley hook up at same time with a pair of reds that hit artificial bait at the jetties on March 6. Fish were released after picture.
******Lesson learned. Please do not hold the reds vertical they will die. It shifts their guts around inside. Hold them horizontal. Not being critical, a lot of folks don't know this.
Probable true for all fish?
The new moon was yesterday and the tides are ripping. The water temperatures are on the rise and are consistently holding in the mid 50's. I expect to see water temps reach the lower 60's by week's end or early next week with the forecast. Redfish are holding really shallow in the backs of the creeks. Trout are hanging around the edges of oyster bars closer to deeper pot holes. A few flounder have also awakened in the shallow warmer waters on the flats. Live mud minnows did not produce the red hot bite I was expecting yesterday. We ended up catching most of our fish on 4" Sea Assassin's in various colors to include: Chartreuse, White, and Albino ghost. The Little River jetties has been seeing some action with folks tossing Vudu Mullet and the New! Vudu Rattling shrimp. Redfish and trout have been the main ones biting at the jetties. It is time to schedule that fishing trip. Lets go! See ya on the water!
We went 14 for 41 on Sailfish. The ocean was slick and the fish were cooperating in giving us shots. I think 15 of those 41 were me trying to catch one on fly, but I finally succeeded. The girls got much better at feeding fish on circle hooks which is a skill for sure. Experience, experience, experience-- we also spent most of the day working on "specialty shot" for No Limits TV which will begin airing the new season in May. We got some good stuff I think. Chris Campbell will be putting together some "teasers" when we return. Headed to the airport now and back in NC tonight. Capt. Brant McMullan