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"Spring Kick Off" | Do Work / OIFC | 03/13/15
 

~~     OIFC Spring Kickoff 2015

SATURDAY, MARCH 28th, 2015

Don't miss out on this fun family event! Lots of sale merchandise, FREE fishing seminars and new products!! We are excited for everyone to see the renovations and to dine at the NEW Ocean Isle Fish Company


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Spring Break Road Trip" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 03/13/15
 

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~~Spring break to most collegiate students includes loud music, cheap hotels, and crowded beaches along Florida’s coastline. For some this is the ultimate vacation. However being a charter fisherman, if I was going to get a week off school, I was going fishing. My tight collegiate budget landed my girlfriend Kelly and I in Islamorada, Florida for four days. With my 19’ sea pro center console in tow we departed at 3am on 3/6. The plan was to splash the boat upon arrival, fish as much as we could, and most importantly relax.  
After 14 hours of toll roads and fast food we finally made it to the sport fishing capital of the world – Islamorada. The first day of fishing took me by surprise. Everyone I talked to that had fished down there had told me the wind blows constantly. With this in mind, I checked the marine forecast which showed light to variable winds for the first day then increasing to 15-20 knots the last two days we had to fish. Well the weather man was wrong once again. Upon making my way through snake creek entering the Atlantic we were greeted with a steady 15 knot wind straight out of the north east. In my mind I’m thinking “great, with this wind it’s going to make it extremely tough to catch bait and even more difficult to travel to the fishing grounds.” Thus, I made the executive decision to ditch netting pilchards and head offshore to jig up some bait. This way I’d be heading in the direction of the fishing grounds while being in range to catch bait. Upon arrival we anchored up, set out a chum block, and began the waiting game. Small reef fish began to pick off small pieces of chum yet they weren’t the ballyhoo, or cigar minnows I had hoped for. Suddenly Kelly gets a tug from what seems to be a decent fish on her Sabiki rig. She manages to pull up two 7” speedos. Now I’m thinking “that’s a start but those baits are a little big for bottom fishing.” About 30 minutes pass and it seemed the speedos were all we were going to catch. With the bigger picture in mind I told Kelly since we already made the trek out here, we might as well see what we could catch with the bait we had. My plan was to head just offshore of the reef edge, anchor up, dangle the speedos from a kite, and bottom fish while doing so. For those of you unaware of this reef edge – it is a drastic slope about 3 miles off of the FL, keys. It ranges in depths yet we were fishing in about 90 feet just a couple hundred yards off the shallow reef. With high hopes, we began to fish. Dropping squid down to the bottom, flying the kite, while attracting reef fish with our chum block. Unfortunately, my grand plan became a swing and miss after fishing for an hour with only remoras and small bottom fish to show for it. Now I’m thinking “Guess I’m not in Kansas anymore Toto.” With conditions worsening, I tucked my tail between my legs and headed back to the dock. I had realized the wind was playing a major factor on how effective we were fishing and I need to adapt the next two days.
 The second day of fishing was my recon day. I figured if I can’t figure out how to catch the fish, I’m going to find someone who does. After consulting with tackle shops, charter captains, and mates I came to the conclusion that our speedos were decent baits to use however pilchards, goggle eyes and ballyhoo were better baits for sailfish and other predatory pelagics. After the recon mission we decided to do a little back water fishing. This type of fishing had us fishing bridges and mangroves with decent luck. We managed to hook a few small grouper, mangrove snapper, and jack crevalle. Bored and sunburnt Kelly and I headed back to the dock to prepare for the day ahead. Once again, the forecast called for light and variable winds with 2-3 foot waves; and once again it was incredibly wrong.
 On the third and final day of fishing, I decided to bring along Kelly’s father Jack who had been vacationing in Islamorada near us.  We winded through snake creek and this time greeted with 20 knot winds on top of 3-4 foot seas. However bound and determined to catch the big one, we pushed off to the reef edge at a bumpy 14 knots. This time the plan was to make do with what we had. I dropped the chum in the water and this time our target species of bait showed up – Ballyhoo and blue runners. I was aware how delicate ballyhoo can be therefore we sabiki’d about 3 ballyhoo and 3 blue runners and headed a little further offshore to begin fishing. Shortly after getting everything situated, I noticed what looked like yellowtail snapper feeding on chum about 10 feet under the surface back behind the boat. I’m thinking “I’ve read about how to catch these fish. Light leaders, small hooks, small pieces of bait.” Well I am here to tell you that these critters are much harder to catch than what people make it out to seem. We tried everything down to 8lb test, a hair hook, with a small piece of de-shelled shrimp attached to it – no takers. Then I figured “well we must need to get them really fired up to get them bite something with a hook in it.” I began to ground up the chum and toss it back to the school while Kelly would pitch a bait when they came up to feed – STILL no takers. My last explanation to my problem was that I was a rookie and I was mistaking yellowtails for another fish. Thus, there was only one way to be sure I wasn’t going senile. With my mask on and flippers strapped I jumped in the water. And to my disappointment they were in fact big fat yellowtail snappers. Angered with disbelief I focused my attention on something I actually knew how to do well – kite fishing. Dangled off the long kite line was a ballyhoo and off the short was a lively blue runner. Once again we sat and waited. About an hour passed and I mentioned to Kelly’s father than I was going to let the kite back a little father to see what happens.
 It was the bottom of the ninth, tie ballgame, 3-2 count – this was my last technique to entice something that pulled drag. Apparently I swung at the right pitch because shortly after I let the kite back, a 60 pound sailfish piled onto the long bait. FINALLY we were hooked up. Jack manned the rod as I eased the boat closer and closer to grab the leader. Remember that there are 3 adults in a 19 foot bay boat in 3 foot seas – a sight to say the least. The sail put on a show for us before I grabbed the leader, carefully brought him aboard, took pictures and revived him back to life.
 After that fish and the weather we had done it in, our trip was made. For me it wasn’t necessarily about the fish being caught or how big it was. It was simply the fact of going to a completely foreign fishery, finding the right bait, to catch fish. Some people call it luck, I call it adaptation. Long story short the trip was a success from the warm tempered climate and the memories made while in it. Islamorada, FL is an excellent fishing and vacation destination. I can assure it won’t be my last trip down there.


- Capt. Derek Treffinger
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"Now available- vudu mullet" | | 03/10/15
 

These were top secret hot inshore baits for Trout and Redfish this Fall. OIFC now stocking- VUDU mullet Please excuse the brief response. Sent from my phone. Capt. Brant McMullan
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"2015 Edition of the OIFC Year Round Rodeo" | Do Work / OIFC | 03/09/15
 

Yes there will be a Rodeo and lines can be in the water at 12:01am the morning of April 1st!!!!  Same rules as last year, maybe a couple of tweeks  to clean up some grammer but no real changes.  Go to our tournament page and read it over.  Everything you need to know is there.  If something isn't clear shoot me an email at the OIFC.  I would love to see some new winners this year.  It only takes one bite and you can walk away with a nice trophy and some $$$$$.  Not a bad investment for $20 an individual per species or $60 for a boat per species.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Team Aqua Loco" | Do Work / OIFC | 03/09/15
 

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Team Aqua Loco fished the scarp area 67/68 degree water using planners and blue and white Islanders and a mix of black and red all with Bally hoo. both wahoo hit the long flat line.  They had several short strikes.  Pictured are Adrian and Daniel

 


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"Today At The Scarp" | Do Work / OIFC | 03/08/15
 

~~Pat Prince fished with Jason McAlister & Ryan gore and son Jude today (Sunday) aboard the Screamin Reels. They dealt with 3 ft chop for the 75 mile trek to the Winyah Scarp. The wahoo tipped the scales at 60, 42 an 35 lbs. Water temp was 67 degrees  and they used blue and white skirts.. Thanks for the pix!
 


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"Let's Begin" | | 03/07/15
 

First Mate Aaron and I are hosting our first charter of the season. Stay tuned.
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"" | | 03/07/15
 

The World Cat has just completed its first trip of the season and it was successful. A limit of Sea Bass was caught between 60-75 feet of water. A beautiful day and a great group of guys.
- Chris Dew
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Libby 03/08/2015

Nice looking fish. Can't wait to get out there and catch some myself!





"Jolly Mon VIP Waiting List" | OIFC | 03/06/15
 

Jolly Mon VIP Waiting List has been updated.

for more info---> click here


- Katelyn Kincer
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"Structure in Tubbs Inlet" | Do Work / OIFC | 03/05/15
 

Today around 1:30 pm was pretty much dead low tide on a full moon in Tubbs Inlet.  Pam and I took the opportunity to go there and take some video and pictures.  The videos will be on the Ocean Isle Fishing Center Facebook page and some is on Instagram.  The Inlet has yet again changed during the winter.  Of most interest is the tank that is now exposed on the beach where many of us slow troll and more importantly spend fun family time on Saturdays and Sundays.   Be careful.


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Ed 03/06/2015

I hope my lower unit doesn't find it this season. Who would be responsible in removing it?

Todd 03/06/2015

Has anyone heard of any plans to dredge this area?





"Tubbs Inlet Lunar Low Tide Today" | Do Work / OIFC | 03/05/15
 


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"They Exist!" | OIFC | 03/03/15
 

They exist!  Yes, there are still fish in the ocean.  I had to go verify for myself yesterday after having been landlocked for way too long.  With the pressure of keeping the Wing & Fish Co stocked with fresh fish and now the opening of the new Ocean Isle Fish Company restaurant, I made a decision to disregard the forecast and head offshore.  Unfortunately this time, the weatherman hit the nail on the head.  Capt. Zach Faulkner and I left out just before day break and beat our way 80+ miles to 700 feet of water.  Successful deep dropping in itself is a challenge.  Add 5 foot seas into the equation and now you have a challenge I like.  It took a little while to get dialed in but eventually we struck gold in the way of Golden Tilefish and Snowy Grouper.  The goldens were up to 35 lbs and snowies 25lbs.  With the weather and the long ride ahead and frankly the pain in my brain from trying to figure out a plan of attack, we opted to pack it in early and made the trip home.  At 40 miles from the hill it laid out slick.  So there you have it, proof that there are fish out there.  Spring is supposedly right around the corner.  I don't think mother nature has received the memo yet, but when she does we'll be ready and the fish should be too.


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Shallotte River Swamp Park" | OIFC | 03/03/15
 

More info on the Shallotte River Swamp Park

Watch the video clip: http://www.wect.com/clip/11181001/shallotte-river-swamp-park-plans-to-open-in-time-for-summer


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"OIFC Rodeo" | Do Work / OIFC | 03/02/15
 

~~King:

Corey Bellamy $65

Tim Gray $39

Camdyn Beck $26

Dolphin

Camdyn Beck $110

Wahoo

Brayden McMullan $70

Camdyn Beck $42

Daniel Simmons $28

Flounder

Clay Morphes $115

Tommy Helma $69

Jeff Wallen $46

Trout

Clay Morphes $30

Brandon Sauls $20

Jeff Wallen $20

Redfish

Jeff Wallen $45

Brandon Sauls $30

Scott Rivers $20

 

Finally, the OIFC Year Around Rodeo Trophies have made it to the OIFC.  Thank you everyone for participating and for bearing with me in my tardiness in getting the checks and trophies ready during Pam's hospitalization.   Now she is better, spring is springing and we are ready to start the 2015 Edition of the OIFC Year Around Rodeo!  

Drop by the all new renovated OIFC & pick up your trophy and check if you haven't already.  Please remind the clerk the trophies are upstairs and the checks are in my folder.

Congratulations to last year's winners, good luck for this new year and thanks from the bottom of our hearts for your thoughts, prayers and understanding.   Now let's catch em up!!  


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"" | Choice of Two / OIFC | 03/02/15
 

     OIFC Spring Kickoff 2015

SATURDAY, MARCH 28th, 2015

Don't miss out on this fun family event! Lots of sale merchandise, FREE fishing seminars and new products!! We are excited for everyone to see the renovations and to dine at the NEW Ocean Isle Fish Company!

 


- Austin Aycock
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"Mexico" | Do Work / OIFC | 03/01/15
 

Team Do Work/OIFC member Dr. Jeremy Phillips enjoyed fishing in Mexico today.   He went after tuna and got a marlin as a bonus!


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"2015 Fishing School dates set" | OIFC | 03/01/15
 

Live Bait King Mackerel Fishing

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King Mackerel fishing 101- This class is guaranteed to make you a better  fisherman.  Spend 2-3 hours one evening tieing rigs, cast netting and learning other technical skills to becoming a better King Mackerel fisherman.  Then fish with Capt. Brant aboard the Team OIFC 32 Yellowfin as you go through all the motions from catching bait, to picking a spot, to setting the lines to gaffing fish.  It is a hands-on classroom on the high-seas. 

$400 per person 

 

2015 CLASS DATES:

June 12-13 - Capt. Brant McMullan- land class Friday, June 12 at OIFC from 6-8pm+/-, fishing Saturday, June 13 from 7am-5pm.  Sunday, June 14 is alternate fishing day in the event of inclement weather.  4 SPOTS OPEN

July 3-4 - Capt. Brant McMullan- land class Friday, July 3 at OIFC from 6-8pm+/-, fishing Saturday, July 4 from 7am-5pm.  Sunday, July 5 is alternate fishing day in the event of inclement weather.   4 SPOTS OPEN

 ***Custom dates available if you have a group of 3 or more***

CLICK HERE TO EMAIL WITH INTEREST or CALL 910-575-3474

Backwater Fishing- CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

COST:
$300 per person

2015 CLASS DATES:

APRIL 2015:  Land Class will be held at the OIFC from 5-7pm on Friday afternoon. (Six foot cast net throwing lesson and rigging).
We will meet again at the OIFC on Saturday morning around 8am to fish a full day of approximately 8 hours. Our target species will be speckled trout, red drum, black drum, and flounder. We will cover natural bait, live bait, and artificial bait techniques to tempt our targets into biting. We will cover 4 popular presentations during this class that include jigging plastics, floating a cork, Carolina rigging, and a little trick.  

April 17th-18th, Capt. Jacob Frick-   2 SPOTS OPEN

April 24th-25th, Capt. Jeff Williamson-   3 SPOTS OPEN

MAY 2015:   Land Class will be held at the OIFC from 5-7pm on Friday afternoon. (Six foot cast net throwing lesson and rigging).
We will meet again at the OIFC on Saturday morning around 8am to fish a full day of approximately 8 hours. Our target species will be red drum, black drum, and flounder. This class will cover dead sticking for drum, dragging Carolina rigs from an anchored position for flounder and drifting Carolina rigs for flounder. Jigging soft plastics for red drum and flounder will also be covered during our day of fishing.

May 8th-9th, Capt. Jeff Williamson3 SPOTS OPEN

May 15th-16th, Capt. Jacob Frick3 SPOTS OPEN

CLICK HERE TO EMAIL WITH INTEREST or CALL 910-575-3474

GULF STREAM TROLLING & VERTICAL JIGGING

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Learn how to become a more effective Gulf Stream trolling; targeting species such as Tuna, Wahoo, Mahi-Mahi and Billfish.  NEW-- learn how to vertical jig the edge of the Gulf Stream to catch Grouper, Amberjack, Tuna and more....Capt. Brant invites you to join him as he provide hands-on lessons on how to catch more fish while Gulf Stream trolling and jigging.  The class includes a 2-3 hour "ground" school at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center from 6pm-8pm where skills such as tieing rigs, rigging baits and more will be learned.  The following morning you'll leave the Fishing Center at 6am and head offshore aboard the Team OIFC 32 Yellowfin for a full day of Gulf Stream fishing.  Catching fish is certainly a desire, but the main focus of the day will be for you to learn and become comfortable with everything from setting your spread to landing the big one.  This class is guaranteed to make you a better fisherman.

COST:
$500 per person 

2015 SCHEDULE:

April 17-18, 2015 - Capt. Brant McMullan- land class Friday, April 17th at OIFC from 6-8pm+/-, fishing Saturday, April18th from 6am-6pm.  Sunday, April 19th is alternate fishing day in the event of inclement weather.  4 SPOTS OPEN

May 1-2, 2015 - Capt. Brant McMullan- land class Friday, May 1st at OIFC from 6-8pm+/-, fishing Saturday, May 2nd from 6am-6pm.  Sunday, May 3rd is alternate fishing day in the event of inclement weather.  4 SPOTS OPEN

*** Custom class dates available with groups of 3 or more***

CLICK HERE TO EMAIL WITH INTEREST or CALL 910-575-3474


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"2015 Fishing School dates set" | OIFC | 03/01/15
 

Live Bait King Mackerel Fishing

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

King Mackerel fishing 101- This class is guaranteed to make you a better  fisherman.  Spend 2-3 hours one evening tieing rigs, cast netting and learning other technical skills to becoming a better King Mackerel fisherman.  Then fish with Capt. Brant aboard the Team OIFC 32 Yellowfin as you go through all the motions from catching bait, to picking a spot, to setting the lines to gaffing fish.  It is a hands-on classroom on the high-seas. 

$400 per person 

 

2015 CLASS DATES:

June 12-13 - Capt. Brant McMullan- land class Friday, June 12 at OIFC from 6-8pm+/-, fishing Saturday, June 13 from 7am-5pm.  Sunday, June 14 is alternate fishing day in the event of inclement weather.  4 SPOTS OPEN

July 3-4 - Capt. Brant McMullan- land class Friday, July 3 at OIFC from 6-8pm+/-, fishing Saturday, July 4 from 7am-5pm.  Sunday, July 5 is alternate fishing day in the event of inclement weather.   4 SPOTS OPEN

 ***Custom dates available if you have a group of 3 or more***

CLICK HERE TO EMAIL WITH INTEREST or CALL 910-575-3474

Backwater Fishing- CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

COST:
$300 per person

2015 CLASS DATES:

APRIL 2015:  Land Class will be held at the OIFC from 5-7pm on Friday afternoon. (Six foot cast net throwing lesson and rigging).
We will meet again at the OIFC on Saturday morning around 8am to fish a full day of approximately 8 hours. Our target species will be speckled trout, red drum, black drum, and flounder. We will cover natural bait, live bait, and artificial bait techniques to tempt our targets into biting. We will cover 4 popular presentations during this class that include jigging plastics, floating a cork, Carolina rigging, and a little trick.  

April 17th-18th, Capt. Jacob Frick-   2 SPOTS OPEN

April 24th-25th, Capt. Jeff Williamson-   3 SPOTS OPEN

MAY 2015:   Land Class will be held at the OIFC from 5-7pm on Friday afternoon. (Six foot cast net throwing lesson and rigging).
We will meet again at the OIFC on Saturday morning around 8am to fish a full day of approximately 8 hours. Our target species will be red drum, black drum, and flounder. This class will cover dead sticking for drum, dragging Carolina rigs from an anchored position for flounder and drifting Carolina rigs for flounder. Jigging soft plastics for red drum and flounder will also be covered during our day of fishing.

May 8th-9th, Capt. Jeff Williamson3 SPOTS OPEN

May 15th-16th, Capt. Jacob Frick3 SPOTS OPEN

CLICK HERE TO EMAIL WITH INTEREST or CALL 910-575-3474

GULF STREAM TROLLING & VERTICAL JIGGING

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

Learn how to become a more effective Gulf Stream trolling; targeting species such as Tuna, Wahoo, Mahi-Mahi and Billfish.  NEW-- learn how to vertical jig the edge of the Gulf Stream to catch Grouper, Amberjack, Tuna and more....Capt. Brant invites you to join him as he provide hands-on lessons on how to catch more fish while Gulf Stream trolling and jigging.  The class includes a 2-3 hour "ground" school at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center from 6pm-8pm where skills such as tieing rigs, rigging baits and more will be learned.  The following morning you'll leave the Fishing Center at 6am and head offshore aboard the Team OIFC 32 Yellowfin for a full day of Gulf Stream fishing.  Catching fish is certainly a desire, but the main focus of the day will be for you to learn and become comfortable with everything from setting your spread to landing the big one.  This class is guaranteed to make you a better fisherman.

COST:
$500 per person 

2015 SCHEDULE:

April 17-18, 2015 - Capt. Brant McMullan- land class Friday, April 17th at OIFC from 6-8pm+/-, fishing Saturday, April18th from 6am-6pm.  Sunday, April 19th is alternate fishing day in the event of inclement weather.  4 SPOTS OPEN

May 1-2, 2015 - Capt. Brant McMullan- land class Friday, May 1st at OIFC from 6-8pm+/-, fishing Saturday, May 2nd from 6am-6pm.  Sunday, May 3rd is alternate fishing day in the event of inclement weather.  4 SPOTS OPEN

*** Custom class dates available with groups of 3 or more***

CLICK HERE TO EMAIL WITH INTEREST or CALL 910-575-3474


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Ska Championship news" | Choice of Two / OIFC | 02/27/15
 


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"Jolly Mon VIP" | OIFC | 02/27/15
 

NEW 2015 Tournament --> Jolly Mon VIP

For More Info Click Here!

$200 ENTRY FEE

$10,000 FIRST PLACE WINNER TAKE ALL

LIMITED TO 50 ENTRIES.  **THE TOP 25 CAPTAINS FROM THE 2014 JOLLY MON AND TOP 25 CAPTAINS FROM THE 2014 FALL BRAWL WILL RECEIVE INVITATIONS.  THESE "VIP" CAPTAINS HAVE UNTIL MAY 1, 2015 TO SUBMIT ENTRY PAYMENT.  AFTER THE MAY 1 DEADLINE, ENTRIES WILL BE TAKEN BASED ON A FIRST COME WAITING LIST INVITATION.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WAITING LIST

Waiting list will be updated every FRIDAY!

2 FISH AGGREGATE COMBINED WEIGHT WINS

CHECK-OUT AT OIFC

STRICT FISHING BOUNDARIES WHICH REMAIN UNKNOWN UNTIL CHECK-OUT.

** $100 BIG FISH TWT (CASH ONLY) CAN BE ENTERED WHEN YOUR BOAT CHECKS OUT **


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