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"Wahoo-A Little More Scoope" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 01/11/12
 

 Wendell Barnett and Steve fished the Blackjack on Jan. 9th aboard the Empty Pockets.  The water was 72 degrees and the weather was spectacular.  They ended the day with 4 wahoo, the biggest was 75 lbs.  The guys also caught a sailfish.

Great day on the water and thanks for the report.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"2012 Schedule of Events" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 01/10/12
 

OIFC Spring Kickoff

March 31, 2012

·        Line spooling at $.01/yd

·        Seminars

·        Used tackle sales forum (bring your own)

·        OIFC clearance sales

 

Far Out Shoot Out- tuna, dolphin, wahoo Rodeo

May 4-12, 2012

·        Registration & Capt. Meeting Friday, May 4th

·        Fish 2 out of 8 eligible days (Sat. 5th- Sat. 12th)

 

Jolly Mon King Classic

June 15-17, 2012

·        Registration & Capt. Meeting Friday, June 15th

·        Fish EITHER Sat. June 16th or Sun. June 17th

 

Fall Brawl King Classic

October 19-21, 2012

·        Registration & Capt. Meeting Friday, June 19th

·        Fish EITHER Sat. October 20nd or Sun. October 21rd

 

***Other OIFC events.  Dates to be announced-follow OIFC.com*** 

 

Capt. Brant’s Fishing Schools

Gulf Stream Trolling/Jigging:  April 21-22 & April 28-29

Live Bait King Mackerel fishing:  June 23-24 & June 30-July 1

Bottomfishing:  May 13

***visit www.OIFC.com on the FISHING SCHOOL pages to see costs and details- email or call to reserve.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Somewhere N the Rocks" | Tiberias - 22' | 01/08/12
 

Gary Sheaff and his son stopped in yesterday to fuel up the boat. They were headed for the jetties even though reports showed slow action. The weather was gorgeous and who could pass up such a great day to be on the water! Gary called me back at the store within minutes of leaving, reporting that the bite was great. First three cast of the day produced a nice red and a beautiful trout. After ending a great day of fishing he sent us these fine pictures!

The fish are still hanging around. I fished Thursday afternoon spotting several redfish, but could only get three rat reds to bite. Fished Friday morning, again spotting several fish, reds, trout, and even black drum sunning themselves on the flats. Needless to say, I could not get them to buy anything I was selling. I will be back at it tomorrow regardless the weather. It is going to be tough to see fish with cloud cover and rain, but I know where some should be hanging out. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Skinny Water" | Get Busy | 01/08/12
 

Captains Brandon Sauls and Kyle Hughes took advantage of today's great weather to once again go on a fishn' mission in the backwaters of the S. Brunswick Islands.  Brandon said he saw the most fish he'd seen in a while.  If you can't afford to run off shore, the in shore bite is red hot.
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"Beautiful Day" | Get Busy | 01/07/12
 

Kevin Sneed took advantage of a great Brunswick County day and slayed the trout.  Kevin said the bite wasn't as hot today as yesterday.  Meanwhile Bonecrusher Sauls and Marky-Mark hit the skinnies and got into the red drum.  Come on down and enjoy our winter (?).

Not to stir up any trouble, but I think Kevin has got the Bonecrusher's milk when it comes to trout fishing.  Just sayn'.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Backwater Fishing New Year's Day" | Get Busy | 01/04/12
 

David Ciesla of Supply sent these awesome pictures from a trip he took on New Year's Day.
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"Hard Core" | Get Busy | 01/03/12
 

It's 34 degrees with a NW wind of 30 gusting to 40, but Kevin Sneed is trout fishing.  I say hard core, with a touch of crazy!
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"NEW YEARS EVE trip" | Get Busy | 01/01/12
 

What a way to end one of the best fish catching years of my life. 12/31/11 and 65 degrees  w/ a water temp of 56 and the fish are still biting. Falling tide made for a fun time casting some gulp baits. pearl  shrimp and new penny shrimp. I had a few mullet minnows left in my bait pen so for kicks I baited up a carolina rig and in less then a minute I had a flounder bite double heading flounder and trout. Crazy!!!!! Lets do it again in 2012 Happy New Year to All.
- Capt. Jeff Williamson
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"Layn' Down The Law" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 12/30/11
 

Michelle Evans Drake, Billy Berg and David Christian of The Law braved the early morning cool weather, yet flat, beautiful seas to go wahoo fishing at the Blackjack Hole.  The 64 lb wahoo they came back with made the trip worth while. 

Everyone who has made the ride to the Blackjack on a cool morning knows how good it feels to bundle up in a bean bag chair and catch some z's.  Man that is some goooood sleeping!

There is a video, but I can't post it because you can hear Michelle layn' down the law to Billy!


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"" | Real-Time Update | 12/29/11
 

Here we go. Carolina cat and Richardson father and son duo headed to the stream. Ocean flat, glassy right now, 5 miles out of inlet. ETA to 100/400 8:30am. Stay tuned.
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"Blackjack Bound" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 12/29/11
 

This picture was taken by Michelle Drake while she, Billy Berg crew are headed to the Blackjack this morning on a wahoo excursion.  If they are successful I hope to have more.
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"sunrise and sunset" | Real-Time Update | 12/29/11
 

We went at it from dawn til dusk. The action was pretty slow, we had 8 qual ity bites, put 3 in the boat. Final trip for 2011 in the books. I'll get pics and full report up shortly.
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"Today's Stream Report" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 12/29/11
 

The conditions this morning were great as we arrived to the 100/400 with flat calm seas and water temps of 73-74 degrees- apparently the fish didn't get the memo?  We set out and after about 20 minutes a weighted line was taken and we were hooked up.  John Richardson Sr. went to work and after a hard fought battle, landed a 40.5 pound Wahoo.  The day was young and things were looking up.  From there however, the action go SLOW.  We caught quite a few small False Albacore on the tuna feathers I had set on the long riggers and we pulled off a good Wahoo bite, but by noon I was struggling for answers.  I made my way to the Black Jack hole which was now vacant as all the boats that started there in the AM had moved on to the Steeples.  The winds had picked up to 15kts or better and the sharp 2-4 foot chop made trolling a bit tougher.  As I pulled down "main street" I noticed a slick on the water and made a turn, passing downwind and catching the unmistakable scent of fish.  As I circled back into the sea the long rigger feather was taken and this time by a decent fish.  John Jr. went to work and after a tense boatside "tuna style" struggle, he brought a nice Blackfin aboard.  It was the fourth quarter and we were in rally mode.  But it was getting pretty sloppy.  We set again and made another pass up main street and just as I reached the top end the planer rod went off and we stayed connected to an obvious high-speed Wahoo.  John Jr. again did the honors and angled a 39.6 pound Wahoo to the gaff.  Now we were moving in the right direction.  We had about 30 more minutes to fish, and one more good fish would put the ledger back in our favor.  Another pass up main street and the planer rod again went off, this time however it was the oh too familiar screaming reel followed by sudden silence- pulled hooks.  Arghhh!  We reset and fished a bit longer, but did not get another shot.  We ended up with 2 nice Hoos and a Blackfin - I think we had in total 7-8 solid Wahoo bites, which is pretty consistent with my .300 Wahoo batting average.  The Richardsons were great sports and they never lost hope and stayed confident.  It was a good day of mediocre fishing that at least ended on a relative up note.  Not sure what it translates to for 2012, but I'm sure its my last offshore trip of the year. 

It was nice to see quite a few other fishermen on the water in the Stream as well.  The action for everyone seemed pretty consistent, with the Steeples sounding like the best, albeit not hot. 

I wish everyone a Happy New Year and hope to see more of you on the water more often in 2012- make it a resolution- GO FISH !


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Stream" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 12/28/11
 

Carolina Cat will be headed to the Black Jack tomorrow AM - we'll be on VHF 6 and 19 -- I'm not going to jinx things, but I am cautiously optomistic.  We'll be leaving OIFC at 6am, so should be there around 8-8:30am -- give us a call on VHF -- stay tuned for report.
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"Capt. Rickey's Specktacular Christmas Tournament" | Get Busy | 12/27/11
 

Let me begin by explaining that a computer glitch prevented me from posting reports.  That said, I am glad to report that the Capt. Rickey's Specktacular Christmas Tournament was a roaring success and loads of fun.  The winner was Brandon "Bonecrusher" Sauls, the humble, self professed "God of Trout" with a 3 lb trout.  Bone Crusher eked out Team "Real Deal" by .1oz.  However Austin Aycock of the "Real Deal" won Jr. Angler.

Dr. Clay Morphes hosted an awards banquet at his palatial riverfront home.  The attendees feasted on homemade clam chowder, pork tenderloin, tons of finger foods as well as a plethora of beverages.  A special thank you to the Morphes family for their hospitality and to the OIFC for hosting the event.

Bonecrusher was presented with $400 cash while Austin Aycock won $50.  The check in the picture shows $350, but a late entry not noted by the Treasurer boosted the take.

We look forward to some more tourneys as well as next year's CRPCT!! 


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"No Fishing Today" | Get Busy | 12/27/11
 

Brunswick Co. had wind gusts of 60mph today.  So obviously no one went out fishing.  The OIFC's resident near shore sea conditions reporter Joanne Bouffard provided these pictures of the Bird Island side of the Little River Jetties this morning.
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"Inshore Efforts from Team OIFC" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 12/27/11
 

Capt. Barrett and I made an attempt at a showing at this past weekend's inshore tournament - the possibility of dethroning Brandon Sauls from his Trout pedestal was worth the effort -- BUT, it was all for naught.  Brandon edged out Brian and Austin Aycock for first place honors with a 3 pound Trout and thus continued his reign as Trout Master.  Brandon is basking in his own glory, a true legend in his own mind... but he has held his crown firm for some time and credit is deserved.  He has nearly lost his wife, his kids and job to his pursuit at repeating as OIFC Rodeo Trout Champ, but he currently holds the lead with a 6 pound Trout.  There are just a few days until the end of the year and the opportunity to take down the OIB Trout Master.  Congrats to Brandon Sauls and Kyle Hughes for winning the weekend's tournament.

Below are a couple of pictures that prove even a couple of old offshore fishermen can find a few acorns in the forest --


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"BIG WAHOO" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 12/27/11
 

Rickey reported on it last week but I finally got some good pictures and the info from the angler himself on the 100.4 pound Wahoo caught from our area.  Congratulations !!!!

Fished with my dad, Bill Berg, on Monday December 19th on our boat "Fin Addict IV" out of Little River SC and headed offshore to the blackjack to wahoo fish. First bite was as soon as we began getting lines out. Small blackfin tuna on a black and purple skirt. 12:30 center long line starts screaming, 25 minute fight later we boat what turns out to be a 100.4 pound wahoo. Weighed it at Myrtle Beach Yacht Club certified scale. Caught the fish on a blue and white ilander with a ballyhoo in 350 foot of water. 

 


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"Day One" | Get Busy | 12/24/11
 

Day One of Captain Rickey's Specktacular Christmas Tournament is in the books. The wind shifted last night which made in shore fishing less than desirable for the teams who decided to fish on day one.

At the end of the day, Brian Aycock was on top with a 2.9 lb trout.  After the weigh in closed hie crew went back out and absolutely slayed the trout.  Captain Jacob Frick caught a lot of fish, but they were all too small.

As for team Tale Chaser, we checked a couple of spots, but they just didn't look fishy.  So we anchored up on the mainland side of the fenders at the Ocean Isle Bridge and caught ten red drum in about as many minutes using live shrimp under a cork.  We tossed the bait beside the pylon in the exact same place and as soon as it hit the water, the cork went under.  Camdyn and Caroline displayed superior skills reeling the reds in.  The ladies were about to freeze so we finished our day at the OIFC.


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"Christmas Trout Tournament" | Get Busy | 12/23/11
 

A very formal Captains Meeting was conducted while leaning up against some trucks at the OIFC.  Right now the prize money is $350.  In addition Brian Aycock is sponsoring a Jr. Angler's Award of $50.

A couple of rule changes were adopted as well as a formal name for they tournament.  They are as follows:

The Committee decided to name the tournament Captain Rickey's Specktacular Christmas Tourny.  I made a command decision and added the Captain.

The pay off is "winner take all".  Right now it's $350.

Registration will stay open until midnight December 25th.  Contact me, Brian Aycock, Jeff  Beck, Brandon Sauls or Clay Morphes and get you money turned in by midnight of the 25th and you are entered. 

Finally, Clay is having a cookout/awards banquet at his home at 1306 Riverbend Dr, right down the street from Holden Seafood.

For any other info check the earlier report.

Have some fun, catch some fish and Merry Christmas!!!!


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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