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"Steady Redfish Action" | Tiberias - 22' | 09/06/14
 

Floating live shrimp over your favorite oyster bar or simply dead sticking a live mullet close to structure will give you a good chance at a nice redfish. I can not confirm nor deny this story. I will say that I was pretty close to the boat that was hooked up. We saw a very large tail that appeared to be blue in color that indicated a very large redfish. The two guys were in a small jon boat and appeared they were going to need a bigger boat. After several minutes of battle and seeing the fish roll close to the boat the hook pulled. Bummer dude! The guys said it was the biggest redfish they had ever seen in that area. Side note: The big boys are lurking. Don't be afriad to set out a big bait near your favorite spot. Whole blue crab, 8 inch croakers, corn cob mullet, king size pogies, etc...Those are the baits the 40+ inch reds love to eat. See ya on the water!  


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Empty Pockets" | Choice of Two / OIFC | 09/05/14
 

Wendell Barnett solo fishing ended up with 11 wahoos, the biggest of which was 60 lb and 2 blackfin one king and also sailfish which was release alive

Thx for the report Wendell

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- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Reef Fishing" | Tiberias - 22' | 09/05/14
 

If you keep up with our reports you have seen that the nearshore reef fishing has been on fire for a few individuals. Having the right equipment sure helps to find the fish. I-pilot trolling motor is the trick. Structure scan sonar would also be a huge benefit. The I-pilot trolling motor has an anchor feature with GPS. Plug in your favorite numbers and the I-pilot will keep you right there without having to drop a clumsy anchor. Fish aren't there? Take trolling motor off anchor and scan the bottom until you find good structure again. Hit anchor feature on trolling motor. Drop down and check for action. My budddy Scott has these high tech features on his boat making it pretty easy to move around until you find some action. A couple of weeks ago on a pretty weekend we made it out to the 460/Jolly Mon Reef. We found a couple nice flounder and an 18 pound Cobia. We had a few more shots at another cobia, but our flounder gear was no match to keep them out of the wreck. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"White Marlin" | OIFC | 09/05/14
 

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Interesting day on the water for Team OIFC off the coast of Virginia Beach. Once we figured out where to be we had to analyze and make some adjustments to our fishing. By late in the day we got a little more dialed in and went 2 for 5 on white marlin. The bite was slower today for the fleet than it had been but still cool to have multiple billfish shots. Still working on a plan for tomorrow but we may give it another go. — with Barrett McMullan.


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Last Saturday" | Do Work / OIFC | 09/05/14
 

Jonathan Pistolis caught these flounder just the other side (Little River side) of the Sunset Beach Bridge.  This area always proves to be a hot spot.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Sheepshead" | Tiberias - 22' | 09/05/14
 

Allison, Aidan, and Mike joined me the other morning looking for a little action. The ladyfish did not disappoint. Ladyfish are not the most glamorous species, but they fight like a little tarpon making them a ton of fun to catch. Allison loves to shark fish, so we saved one for her to use as shark bait later that evening from the beach. The redfish also cooperated along with a few nice flounder and some croakers. Aidan was floating a cork rig when something slammed it. It was acting like another nice redfish, but the black and silver bars revealed a nice sheepshead on the other end of the line. Aidan,8, did an awesome job landing a 7.45 pound sheepshead. I am sure it is a memory that will stick with him for a long time. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"New! Cousins Tackle" | Tiberias - 22' | 09/04/14
 

MADE IN THE USA...We are now carrying Cousins Tackle's new inshore series rods. These rods are built on a sturdy graphite blank making them extremely light and strong along with 10 ceramic line guides for a super smooth cast. If you haven't fished with a graphite rod you are missing out on the fun. These rods are extremely sensitive transfering every move a fish makes directly to the palm of your hand. Spool your reel with power pro braided line and you should be able to feel a sheepshead breath on a hook. If you were looking for that special Christmas present for the fisherman in your family. This is it! Stop by and check them out today. See ya on the water!

Personally tested and approved by Capt. Jacob Frick


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"Redfish Biting" | Tiberias - 22' | 09/04/14
 

Redfish are showing up in all sorts of places right now. It shouldn't be much longer before the big boys show up in full force. We have been picking the docks apart and little pockets in the creeks catching all sorts of critters...redfish, flounder, black drum, sheepshead, croakers, ladyfish, etc...Below is Laurel, Andy, Lorie, and Price with a nice catch of flounder, reds and trout. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Flatfish" | N/A | 09/04/14
 

Flounders caught behind the Sunset Beach Bridge over Labor Day weekend by Jonathan Pistolis


- Shannon Reel
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"new boat" | Get Busy | 09/04/14
 

While my boat was getting some much needed TLC down at the Marine Service center. I jumped on with Billy Thompson on his new boat. The redfish bite did'nt fail us. I even got to catch a couple.


- Capt. Jeff Williamson
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"Crazy fishing" | Choice of Two / OIFC | 09/04/14
 

I've only seen this one other time. I was fishing for flounder three miles off Kure beach one hot day in August when a small school of Dolphin fish aka  Mahi Mahi swam by.  Well Dr. Jeff  Wallen got to see it for himself. 4 nice flounder and 2 mahi 3 miles off OIB. In the inshore waters I got to fish with Billy Thompson on his new nauticstar and broke it in on some real nice redfish.


- Capt. Jeff Williamson
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"Unfamiliar Waters" | | 09/04/14
 

Capt. brant and Capt. Barrett are striking out to new territory today. For some reason we have no problem getting on the road and heading south for 15 hours but going north for 6 feels like a different world. We're headed out of Virginia beach this morning to some canyon we haven't got a name for. It's an adventure! White marlin are the target. We'll report in this evening. Sent from my iPhone
- Barrett McMullan
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"Nameless" | Do Work / OIFC | 09/03/14
 

Some friends of the OIFC caught this cobia while flounder fishing at the Jolly Mon Reef today.  They were using a medium weight flounder set up with a pogie.  I don't think they kept the baby flounder.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"New adventure" | | 09/03/14
 

Capt Barrett and I are headed to Oregon Inlet to try our hand at White Marlin fishing. Stay tuned Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
- "Capt. Brant McMullan"
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"Thinking Ahead..." | | 09/02/14
 

I know this is a long way off, but I was thinking about touring the Team OIFC boat to attend in a few Carolina Thanksgiving and Christmas parades. Who out there lives in a town with a Thanksgiving or Christmas parade and wouldn't mind Team OIFC coming to town to try to spread some holiday joy? I am looking for Towns and communities that host holiday parades and any contact info on who organizes the events would also be helpful. EMAIL captbrant@oifc.com -- Happy Holidays... Just practicing! Capt. Brant McMullan www.OIFC.com (910) 575-3474 --- This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active. http://www.avast.com
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"Backwater class filled" | | 09/02/14
 

Capt Jacobs backwater class this weekend is now filled. Capt Jeff is hosting the last planned backwater school sept 19 ground school late pm and then all day fishing sept 20. Call 910-575-3474 to book Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
- "Capt. Brant McMullan"
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"At It Again" | | 09/01/14
 

Below is the dynamic duo "Pork Chop" & "Bonecrusher" doing their usual thing Sent from my iPhone
- Capt Papa D
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"Yesterday-Brad Caudle" | Do Work / OIFC | 09/01/14
 

Saturday Capt. Billy Goss, Aaron Wilkinson, Tim Upchurch, and Brad Caudle fished aboard Capt. Billy's 25ft Sea Fox, 28 miles out of Southport in 80 feet deep water at the Christmas Rock.


The crew has good crendintals as Billy, Aaron and Tim are on the Wahooligans Fishing Team and Brad Caudle is on Team Searious Fishing.
They caught
~~2- kings,4-Spanish,3- Bone Heads,2- Dolphin,1-Gag Grouper and
2- Grunts.

Thanks for taking the time to give us the report Brad.

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- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"High Speed Wahoo Trolling" | Do Work / OIFC | 09/01/14
 

~~Fishin' Physician fished near the Same Ole on Saturday and caught two Wahooswhile High Speed Trolling at around 17 mph.  Rachel Suh, 13 years old,caught her biggest fish ever, a Wahoo around 40 pounds.  E.J. Suh cranked inthe other.  Kendall drove and gaffed


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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Toes-Up 09/02/2014

Looks like the Cowbell sounded off





"Backwater School" | Tiberias - 22' | 09/01/14
 

Want to ask a captain a bunch of questions? Want to see how it is done first hand? Want to learn more about our area? Join our backwater school this coming weekend September 5th and 6th. We will meet at the OIFC around 5 o'clock Friday afternoon to discuss game plan, answer questions, and talk technique. September 6th we will hit the water for a full day of fishing. Target species will be redfish and flounder. We will use both live bait techniques and artificial lures. Only one spot left. The cost is $225. Call the OIFC @ 910 575 3474 if you are interested. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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