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"Beeracuda 31 pound king" | OIFC | 06/22/14
 

31 pounder by team Beeracuda from the Shark Hole today Capt. Brant McMullan

Also pictured is Brandon Sauls with a 34 pound king he caught today.

And the last picture is Pat Prince with the 35 lb king he caught today  during the "Winner Takes all Tournament. Ocean Isle Fishing Center


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Just Missed It" | | 06/22/14
 

35 pounder weighed at oifc today- caught at 90s Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
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"Report" | | 06/22/14
 

We caught these a few days ago. We ended up with four Cobia with the biggest being fifty pounds. We also had a couple kings in the fifteen pound range along with some Spanish. One of our Spanish weighed in at five and a half pounds. We caught all these fish within sight of land on live pogeys that we caught off of ocean isle in ten feet of water. The pogey schools have finally started to show up good in their usual haunts that they occupy this time of year. They haven't been flipping on the surface real hard but if you see pelicans diving stop and look hard. We have been seeing them on the finders or in dark spots in the water. Polarized glasses really help with finding bait this way. It makes it easier to see the color changes that the bait create when they school up tight.
- Stan Gurganus
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"Jolly Mon charter " | | 06/22/14
 

We have one boat open if you are interested in chartering to fish the jolly mon tournament. The bite has started! First come- call 910-575-3474 to book Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
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"Just Missed It" | | 06/22/14
 

Weighs a 35 pounder at oifc today from the 90s. The bite is firing off. Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
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"Just Among Friemds" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/22/14
 


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"Backwater Video Report" | Tiberias - 22' | 06/21/14
 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naocxglRRwk&feature=youtu.be

I have been a little slack on the reporting side. The facts are that fishing is just that, FISHING! Some days it seems to be easy and others you have to work for every bite. Live shrimp and live menhaden will increase your chances at getting on the bite. We have been targeting reds at or near low tide with live baits pinned to Carolina rigs. As the water rises into the grass floating live shrimp under a cork will tempt some speckled trout. Drifting and dragging live menhaden on a Carolina rig is likely to pick up a few flounder. Come on down and lets go fishing! See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"WE HAVE LIVE SHRIMP AGAIN" | | 06/20/14
 

Thanks to Austin Aycock the OIFC once again has live shrimp Sent from my iPhone
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"Kings" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/20/14
 

Travis Ketchie owner and CEO of Ketchie Outdoors and some friends showed us today the kings are here.  Travis headed out on his Fountain and said they got tired of getting beat up so they didn't go as far as he'd planned.


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"Gaffer" | | 06/19/14
 

One of the first fish we caught aboard the Carolina Cat today in the Gulf Stream. Will report in full tomorrow. Capt. Derek Treffinger
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"Stream bound " | | 06/19/14
 

Headed out for some Gulf Stream action today. Stay tuned Capt. Derek Treffinger
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"Wyatt McGirt" | N/A | 06/19/14
 

12 year old Wyatt McGirt caught his first fish, a 27 lb Cobia within 45 minutes while fishing with his dad.


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"Stream bound " | | 06/19/14
 


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"" | | 06/19/14
 

World Cat fished 80-90 feet of water today. Here is a sample of the action. More to follow.
- Chris Dew
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"" | | 06/19/14
 

Live from the World Cat. Caught in 50 feet of water.
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"30 lb king" | | 06/18/14
 

Capt OC and mate Austin text me this pic of king they just put on the deck of World Cat- fishing 60'. I hate we can't have jolly mon this weekend, but this shows bigger fish are starting to move in. Hopefully they will be in the 50-65' range in good numbers by jolly mon June 26-29. Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
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Jennifer Trexler 06/18/2014

Pulling him in was a blast! Definitely the fish of a lifetime! Too bad I can't enter him into the Jolly Mon Tournament!! Thanks so much to Captain Chris and First Mate Austin for an exciting morning! If you want a great experience off-shore fishing, OIFC is the only place to go. We take a trip out every summer with OIFC and love the memories those trips have created for us, our children, and our parents.





"JOLLY MON POSTPONED TO JUNE 26-29" | OIFC | 06/18/14
 

The Jolly Mon is postponed until the following weekend, June 26-29.  All events will take place on the same days and same times, just one week later. 

This has been a difficult decision, particularly as we are still several days out.  However, in an effort to give as much time as possible for participants to change schedules and go on with their lives, we are making the call  now.  The weather may well turn out to be ideal, but at this time, it does not look that way and thus the call is being made.

We are tournament fishermen just like the rest of you.  We have fished in the worst of conditions, just like many of you; and it can be done.  However, the spirit of the Jolly Mon tournament is in its family involvement.  The conditions that are forecast are not conducive to allowing many families to fish together, and thus the call has been made.

Finally, we have very limited to no flexibility in changing the date again if similar conditions are present on the reschedule dates.  Thus, for all you fishermen who are out there saying that you would have fished this weekend, you will  get your chance the weekend of June 26th; hopefully under better conditions, but there is certainly no guarantee. 

I hope this decision will please more than it displeases.  If you have entered and wish to get your entry back, I will offer a refund.  EMAIL ME

Thank you for your understanding.

Capt. Brant


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Rube McMullan 06/19/2014

So Brant spends 10 days staring at the highs and lows on the weather map, trying and trying to conjure up better weather conditions...and then finally throws in the towel and makes decision to postpone....and then sure enough, once announcement is made, the weather forecast gets better. Mother nature is a tough one.

dirty girl 06/18/2014

Good call in my opinion.

Bill Welborn "Billzfisher" 06/18/2014

Brant, I think it was a good decision. Tournaments are supposed to be fun. Better luck next weekend!





"Tommy Helms" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/17/14
 

Tommy sent these pictures the 12th.  But since I hadn't checked my email I'm a little late posting.  However in looking at other friends' posts on facebook I can report the cobia are still here.


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"Fortunate" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/17/14
 

Wendell Barnett happened upon this boat adrift today while he was out fishing aboard his Sea Hunt "Empty Pockets". Wendell said the boat lost it's anchor and had a net hung up in it's prop abd had been adrift for 1 or 2 days.  Fortunately for them Wendell is always out there and happened upon them before the winds started picking up.

Great work Wendell!!!

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patrick prince 06/17/2014

A1 WENDELL UR THE MAN THE CAPTAIN.THANKS FOR SETTING THE BAR FOR ALL FISHERMAN IN DISTRESS. LEAD BY EXAMPLE GOOD JOB!!!!!!!!!





"They Are Here" | Do Work / OIFC | 06/17/14
 

Tag Team Sport Fishing shows proof the kings are here with this one they caught off of Oak Island.


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