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"OIFC HELP WANTED" | OIFC | 07/15/14
 

Ocean Isle Fishing Center-  HELP WANTED

Job Description:

Full or part-time staff to work year-round, not seasonal.  Jobs include store clerk, ringing up customers, answering and directing phones, straightening and maintaining product on display and keeping general appearance of the store.  Job may also include product check-in and restocking if interest and aptitude is displayed.

Retail experience and saltwater fishing and boating experience is required.

Call Capt. Brant McMullan at 910-367-2945 if you have interest in discussing opportunities working at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Makayla and Josh" | Tiberias - 22' | 07/14/14
 

I have really enjoyed taking this young couple fishing the last two years. We got into a few flounder and some reds again this year. We also landed another large stingray that made Josh's day. Makayla landed some nice flounder and some nice reds. They did not want to keep any fish so most of the fish were released to fight another day. I kept one flounder for my dinner table. Hope to see you guys next year. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Final Approach" | Do Work / OIFC | 07/13/14
 

Taken from the Final Approach Facebook Page.

The 2014 East East Coast Got Em On King Mackerel Tournament had highs and lows for Final Approach Fishing Team. The day started off with some peanut dolphin, then a reel screamed and soon after we boated our 21.15lb king. Fought some sharks and cudas before something smoked our long line. After clearing lines and the fish making a few good runs, we worked to the boat. Jason felt something strange a and Captain James thought a hook may have pulled. Once we saw the fish we knew... what happened. A barracuda cut off the back end of our king. After and hour and a half of the fish being in the box it weighed over 33 pounds. We had what would have been the 3rd place fish. Later in the day we caught a nice bull dolphin, but we didn't put our money in the dolphin pot. Overall we enjoyed the tournament and got some meat for the dinner table out of it. Our king finished 41st and paid our entry fee for next year. Our focus shifts to the SHARE King Mackerel Tournament next week


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Pole Poppen" | Do Work / OIFC | 07/13/14
 

Brandon "Bonecrusher" Sauls and Clay Morphes slammed the flounder for the 2nd day in row with 8 flounder, the biggest being 6 lbs not to mention the nurse shark Clay jigged up.

6lbs ought to be a Rodeo Leaderboard 1st place!


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"Brandon & Clay" | Do Work / OIFC | 07/13/14
 

Brandon and Clay Morphes spanked the flounder yesterday with 15 fish. They only kept the biggest 9.  The biggest was 5 lbs.


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"Red fish" | Do Work / OIFC | 07/13/14
 

Martha Pope posted a couple of pictures of a 38" red drum.   She said the drum made her miss church.  Dad started the fight and John Pope finished it.  The fish was caught and released at Shallotte Point.  Martha said they gave thanks for him, wished him luck and sent him on his merry way.  His injury was already there.  They figure it may be from a boat prop.


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"Pics from day 1 of the Got em On" | Do Work / OIFC | 07/13/14
 

Picture 1 is Chris Campbell

Picture 2 is Team Beeracuda

Picture 3 is "Bay Pirate" standing in 3rd on Saturday

Picture 4 is Shane Britt of "Shock Wave"

Pictuer 5 is "Salty Daze"

Saturday was a beautiful day on the water.  Kings were caught everywhere for 50 ft to 100 ft and from the Jungle to the Cabbage Patch.  Bait was scattered but was catchable IF you had a good net.  Had it not been for a heavy weight Capt. Brant's Pogey net we would have never bait.  The kings were scattered but barricuda, jacks and sharks were ample.  Now foor next weekend!!

><)})*>J


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Capt. Don Lewis III 07/13/2014

Great pics!!!! Congrats to all. What about the 85 lb Wahoo Spec-One caught????

Capt. 07/13/2014

Tim Gray 07/13/2014

That is hilarious!





"" | | 07/12/14
 

The Reel Wet had a very successful day today. Not very happy that it was without me but good job boys!
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"We Need It Tomorrow" | | 07/11/14
 

That's right we need the king Capt. Stan & 1st mate Sean's charter caught today. Capt Stan said bait was scattered Sent from my iPhone
- Capt Papa D
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"" | OIFC | 07/11/14
 

OIFC first catch and release alligator
- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"" | | 07/11/14
 

Maxwell Just doing battle with a blacktop shark caught while kitefishing.
- Chris Dew
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"Tanna's Toy" | N/A | 07/11/14
 

Danny Bass of Holden Beach caught him a couple flounder last weekend and WOW! one of them weighed in at 8.8 lbs.


- Shannon Reel
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"Sharkin" | | 07/11/14
 

Nice lemon shark caught off Ocean Crest Pier while Mark (on left) holds in his breakfast. Capt. Derek Treffinger
- "Treffinger, Derek James"
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"Howling out of the Southwest" | Tiberias - 22' | 07/11/14
 

Blow blow blowww seminole wind...calling to you like long lost friend...The winds are eroding away at my fishing attitude. I like a challenge from time to time, but it has been one thing after another lately. Hurricane, July 4th boat traffic, and 20 knot winds out of the southwest has this Captain beating his head against the gunnel. We started off catching sharks and black sea bass this afternoon. Yeah! I said sharks and black sea bass in the backwater. We found a short flounder, but I was constantly fighting with the wind. We moved to a redfish hole and the wind blew me right off anchor way to close to the reds ruining our chances there. I had a verbal confrontation with the wind and moved to another flounder area. As luck...yes, LUCK would have it. We found ourselves in the middle of a really good flounder bite. We caught several short fish and 4 really nice keepers for the dinner table. Somehow we pulled it out in a sustained 20 knot wind. The men provided dinner, so hopefully the ladies will be happy. Thanks Chad, Will, and Keith for fishing with me and being patient with the conditions. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"More Backwater Action..." | Tiberias - 22' | 07/10/14
 

The wind tunnel continues to make fishing difficult for anglers. We got started pretty quickly getting a keeper flounder to the boat first thing. We caught a few more short fish in our first area before moving to our next. We had several opportunities in our second spot, but could not hightlight on the bites. I think we lost a few good fish. We made our move to a redfish hole picking up a few little ones. Made another move and found some good ones. Despite the windy conditions making it tough to feel the bite we still got a few. See ya on the water!


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"Backwater Action" | Tiberias - 22' | 07/08/14
 

Sliding into our first spot of the morning with the anchor rope barely getting tight we quickly got lines in the water. Andrew being the youngest onboard we got a rod in his hands first. Brandon got the second line in the water and Bruce had just got his line in the water. Andrew calls out fish on! That was awfully quick is what I was thinking to myself as I slowly eased toward the dip net. As the fish surfaced I started to panic. I was caught off guard by the size of flounder Andrew had just put the steel too. After getting ourselves under control and keeping the fish out of the motor we landed a 4.2 pound flounder to get our day started. We quickly boated three more flounder with one more keeper. We bounced around from there picking up a few more short flounder, a nice trout, and found a redfish to complete our slam. Not a bad day considering the wicked weather we've been experiencing lately. See ya on the water!


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"IMG_0384.JPG.jpeg" | | 07/06/14
 

Sent from my iPhone
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"King Mackerel Growth Chart" | Do Work / OIFC | 07/06/14
 

I've often wondered how old a king I've caught was.  Below is a growth chart.  It has the years down the left and the length on the bottom.  Good luck this weekend!

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Joe Seegers 07/07/2014

They live to be much older than do Dolphin, Wahoo, and (non-Bluefin) Tuna. Interesting.





"Mama said, "The East wind is the devil"" | Tiberias - 22' | 07/05/14
 

All fishermen have heard it. West wind is the best. South wind hook'em in the mouth. East wind they bite the least. We fought a stiff East wind this morning only getting a few opportunities at landing a nice redfish. Lane lost a nice red in the shells. I couldn't get the rod in Luke's had before my strike ended in the shells. Luke got another shot and did an awesome job working a nice 25 incher out of the shells. Great job Luke! Don't let your older brother Lane hear the last of it. Bask in the sunshine as long as you can! Love it! See ya on the water!


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"IMG_0384.JPG.jpeg" | | 07/04/14
 

This is a picture of Mayson and a 15" flounder he caught in a crab trap in the canal Wilmington St in Ocean Isle Mayson said he doesn't put any bait in the traps and he has caught several. He is an avid fisherman and does his shopping at the OIFC. Sent from my iPhone
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