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"VIP" | | 06/14/16
 

Trophy is here Capt. Brant McMullan
- Brant McMullan
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"Jolly Mon UPDATE" | OIFC | 06/14/16
 

The weather is looking pretty tough for the weekend.  However, it is still too soon to make a call, so at this time all is on schedule.  

I anticipate the VIP and the Rock the Dock will take place as scheduled on Wednesday and Thursday.  The Jr. Jolly Mon on Friday and the Jolly Mon will be determined by no later than Thursday at noon.  

Stay tuned to this report for updates.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"FW: Sailfish " | | 06/14/16
 

Benjamin Williams sends us this picture of a Sailfish he recently caught while fishing offshore near the Blackjack. He reported catching and releasing two during the day.
- "Brant McMullan"
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"Jolly Mon " | | 06/13/16
 

Trophies are in. Looking good! Capt. Brant McMullan
- Brant McMullan
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"It's JOLLY MON Week!" | OIFC | 06/13/16
 

 

Jolly Mon King Classic 2016

 

CAPTAIN'S CHOICE FORMAT-  Fish 1 out 2 days- EITHER Saturday, June 18th or Sunday, June 19th. 
-Declare your intended fish day on your registration form or you have until 7:00am on Saturday, June 18th to call (910) 253-3474 and leave a message declaring your fish day. 

-If you do not declare a fish day, Saturday, June 18th, will automatically be counted as your fish day.   

 

  • $215 Entry Fee by 6/13/16 $250 after
  • Prizes for top 25 heaviest King Mackerel
  • Prizes for top 15 Jr. Angler's heaviest King Mackerel-
  • Prizes for top 5 Lady Angler's heaviest King Mackerel- 
  • Prize for Capt. Scott Hewett memorial Senior Angler heaviest King Mackerel   
  • Prizes for top 3 in the small boat division- 27' 11" or smaller boat, defined by official vessel registration or documentation (measured from bow rub rail to stern rub rail)
  • Prize for the top boat in single engine division- all single engine boats with a max of 300hp or less
  • NEW TWT level:  Break the Jolly Mon Record TWT.  $20 per boat, annual accruing pot that will continue to build until someone wins.  OIFC is seeding with starter $500 to get the pot going.  Current record set in 2004 by Talkin Trash- 46.65lbs
  • TWT levels-  Whale- $500, Small Boat (27' 11" and less) - $100, Single Engine(max 300hp, outboards only)- $100, Lady- $50, Cobia- $50
  • Fishing Family Award awarded to any team who weighs an eligible species and has a Jr., Lady and Sr. on board
  • Wheel of Fishing- spin to win $1000 bonus if you can spin your fish's weight.

 

Purchase Tournament T-Shirts ONLINE NOW!

OIFC has everything you need!

Ribbonfish, Ice, Tackle, Custom Cast Nets, etc. etc...

You name it, we've got it for you!


- Katelyn Kincer
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"Reconnecting " | | 06/12/16
 

Capt Brant plugging back in to Carolina fishing. I'm on the road pulling boat back to OIB. Team OIFC had a good showing at gulf coast billfish classic weighing the 4th and 10th largest yellowfin tuna- 157 and 135. We got a little check for the effort and learned a ton. But now it's Jolly Mon time! VIP Wednesday so we gotta figure out where to find some fish. Stay tuned! Capt. Brant McMullan
- Brant McMullan
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"JOLLY MON VIP" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 06/12/16
 

The field is set for this years Jolly Mon VIP. Anglers that are listed below must checkout at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center between 5:00-6:30AM on Wednesday, June 15th. During checkout, each boat competing in the event will be subject to a fish box check and asked if they would like to enter the $100 CASH ONLY Calcutta. After checkout, each boat should proceed to the Shallotte Inlet sea buoy for the shotgun start. We are hoping to send everyone off at 7AM. Please refer to the Jolly Mon VIP tournament page for additional rules and info. CLICK HERE to visit the tournament page. Thank you all for your participation and cooperation with this tournament. This tournament would not be possible without hardcore anglers like yourselves to compete for big money and of course bragging rights. For questions or concerns, please email Derek Treffinger at derek@oifc.com.

 

1. Aaron Wilkinson

2. Milton Via

3. Raymond Coleman

4. Brent Gainey 

5. Jeff Beck

6. Taylor Henkel

7. Jeremy Harrelson

8. Corey Bellamy

9. William McCann

10. Donald Clifton

11. Stephen Welborn

12. Lucas Board 

13. Mike Miller

14. Chris Bryan

15. Randy Baker

16. Richard Stairs

17. Charles Permenter

18. Mike Kennerly

19. Travis Ketchie

20. Jeff Crouch

21. Brett Barnes

22. Mathew Dupree

23. Jeff Cunningham 

24. George Herring

25. Keith Berciunas

26. Toby Russ

27. Al Fulford

28. Mathew Ward

29. John Sims

30. Rigoberto Lomeli 

31. Eris Jones

32. Pete Peterson

33. Raymond Coleman

34. James Roberts

35. Phil Hayes

36. Tim Gray

37. Bruce Brown

38. Brian Allen 

39. Mickey Thompson

40. Scott Whitaker

41. Ben McAlister

42. Billy Noble 

43. Brian Aycock

44. Jonmichael Fackrell 

45. Cameron Atkins

46. Randall Edens

47. Chris Nealon 

48. Benjy Faulkner

49. Cory Jones

50. Lee Frick

51. Tim Moon 

52. Brent Stewart

53. Ben Galletto

54. Jody Staley 

55. Ashley Widenhouse

56. Scott Smith

57. Devin Shirkey

58. Jerry Fehlig

59. Derek Treffinger

60. Ken Ritch


- Capt. Derek Treffinger
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"Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic" | OIFC | 06/11/16
 

Team OIFC Finished the tournament with a high 4th place yellowfin and a 2nd yellowfin in the top 10.   What a great week competing against 81 other boats. Now to get home and get ready for the Jolly Mon!


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/11/16
 

Team OIFC just weighed in a 157.7 lb yellowfin putting them in 3rd place in the tuna division


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"Team OIFC weighing in" | | 06/11/16
 

We are weighing our tunas in a few mins. The weigh is live broadcast at www.mgcbc.com Check us out! Capt. Brant McMullan
- Brant McMullan
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"Kings" | | 06/11/16
 

The Wood family enjoyed some nice action with kings on board the World Cat yesterday with Capt. OC and mate Aaron Dew. Fish were caught in 60 foot of water. Sent from my iPhone
- Chris Dew
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"Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish classic Saturday Weigh In" | Catch All | 06/11/16
 

The Hatterascal out of Fl. just weighed in a 336 lb blue marlin. Right now he is in 3rd with a $90,000 fish. The Insetta boat pictured below weighed in one yesterday and is in 2nd. However because he did not enter all the Clcuttas his earnings are well below the  Haterascal  +++4:45pm update  the Cut and Run with a lady angler weighed in a 503.6 lb marlin to move into 3rd place worth $40k  The meat fish, dolphin, wahoo and tuna are donated to "One Meal" to feed the homeless  the carcuses are taken to the local zoo and fed to the animals so there is zero waste

 


- Capt. Jeff Beck
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"Jolly Mon King forecast" | OIFC | 06/11/16
 

Everyone is starting to get foscused on Jolly Mon next week. Here's what we[I] see now and my guess of what occurs going forward.

The water is still a little milky from the storm and you have to go 40+ miles to find good water color. That has impacted king fishing at normal spots for this time of the year. There are a few small Kings being caught at Shark Hole, but water color is negatively impacting the fishing.

HOWEVER; the wind is supposed to go to SW in front of a cold front that will come thru Sunday night. Winds will go north Monday and then back to south/southwest Tuesday and settle into a normal summer pattern. 2 goods things will be the result. The SW winds will bring in better water color to the 65 foot areas, and with the settling of the weather and  steady air pressure, this is what the Kings like. THUS: by tourney time, expect the Kings to be back where they are supposed to be, and the contest will be pretty much the same as always; which 65 foot spot will claim the winner? All the normal spots should be in play.

Good luck to everyone and we will keep you updated on what we see this coming week on the water.


- Rube McMullan
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"Dynamic Duo" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/10/16
 

i may be on post in Biloxi but I still have spies in Ocean Isle. Thus I'm able to report Brandon Sauls & Clay Morphis had a great day in the local waters. They had a couple cobia, which were released due to the new fishing regulations and several reds including a SCDNR tagged drum


- Austin Aycock
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"Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic Weigh In Day 1" | OIFC | 06/10/16
 

the Cotton Patch crew is in the lead with a 633lb blue marlin they caught early this morning. The 1st place yellowfin weighs 179 lbs. our guys are fishing again tonight and tomorrow.  Wish them good luck!!


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic-Friday" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/10/16
 

The crew of the OIFC, Pelagic, Yamaha, 39'Yellowfin aka "Sweet Pickle" just docked at the Port Eades outpost on the Gulf Coast at the Mississippi River.  They fished all afternoon yesterday, last night and today   Capt Jeff said they has a white marlin release and two yellowfin tunas. All caught on live bait. Might I add, is young Brayden McMullan a trooper or what? Meanwhile I have kept constant alert at the MGM Golden Nugget's casino, pool and workout room


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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Toes-Up 06/10/2016

Hope some of the Yellowfin tuna makes it back to the Fish Company for the Jolly Mon!!!!!!





"Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic-Saturday" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/10/16
 

As many know I had the honor, & pleasure to be invited to accompany the Ocean Isle Fishing Center's Capt Brant McMullan, Capt. Chris Dew and his fine son and excellent OIFC 1st Mate Aaron Dew on a pre fishing expedition for the Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic. Our mission was to tow the OIFC 39' Pelagic, Yamaha Yellowfin thru the approaching tropical storm safely to Biloxi, Mississippi   Then we would fish various locations in an attempt to locate bait, Blackfin tuna, which is also bait, yellowfin tuna and hopefully the blue marlin.  I'm pleased to say we were successful!!  Aaron even hooked up on a monster marlin using a kingfish  set up. Ask how did that work out Then on Wednesday Capt Chris and Aaron flew back to the OIFC to run charters. I stayed behind to hold down the fort at the Golden Nugget while Capt Brant, Capt Barrett McMullan, Brayden McMullan, Capt Jeff Beck, Brian Aycock and Scott Smith, nephew of the great  Arthur Smith (Arthur Smith Kingfish Tournaments) took over the duties of actually fishing the Tournament.  I cannot express my gratitude to the McMullans for all they have done for me and my family over the years. Pam loved them as much as I do. I have several posts chronicling our adventures. Good luck, God speed & Tight Lines Team OIFC!!!


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic-Sunday" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/10/16
 

The pictures are from Sunday, the 1st day we pre fished for the Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic. We put in in Biloxi and made our way around the back side of the tropical storm, fishing various oil rigs until we finally went in the Mississippi River to stay at our out post Port Eads. What a wonderful place


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic-Monday" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/10/16
 

The pictures below are from the Monday leg of our pre fishing for the Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic. If you ever wonder about the price of gas just look at these oil rigs. We were fishing on the back side of the tropical storm and the 39' Pelagic, OIFC , twin 300 hp Yamaha Yellowfin did great!  Also check out Aaron Dew's 80+ lb yellowfin.  I had one also but we released him as We had Aaron's in the fish box


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic-Tuesday" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/09/16
 

Tuesday of our Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic pre fishing adventure aboard the #Pelagic #yellowfin  #oceaniselfishing center 39' center console. Here are some scenes of the many oil rigs we fished and our base of operations at Port Eads


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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