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"OIFC Spreading Holiday Cheer" | OIFC | 12/23/16
 


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"Holiday Gift ideas" | OIFC | 12/23/16
 

 


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"Guatamala Adventure" | Catch All | 12/21/16
 

Capt. Mike Webb of Pelagic Sportfishing has a few open dates available for his 2017 Guatamala charter fishing season.  If you remember, Mike hosted us for an epic Sailfish trip last February as we shot a couple episodes of No Limits Fishing TV.  If you missed the shows, here are the links:  Guatamala Part 1  -  Guatamala Part 2

Costs are per person:  2 person group ($2500 each), 3 person group ($1800 each), 4 person group ($1500 each).  The package includes transportation to and from the airport, accomodations, breakfast and lunch, 3 days of fishing, 1 day of shore excursion and 4 nights stay.  Airfare is not included; recommended flights are through Delta or American.

Mike is a NC charter captain, based from Morehead City, NC for most of the year, but he breaks from the cold Winter to partake in the awesome Sailfishing that Guatamala offers.  The cool thing about his operation is that he fishes a smaller boat (25' Panga), which makes the action much closer.  Mike lets you be as much a part of the action as you want, thus you don't just get the rod handed to you; you set the lines and you hook the fish.  If you want to learn to be a better bait and switch fisherman, this is a valuablie experience.  

You can look up Capt. Mike Webb at www.pelagicsportfishing.com or give him a call at 252-904-3361

Merry Christmas to all- Capt. Brant


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"Congratulations Austin " | Do Work / OIFC | 12/20/16
 

Everyone at the OIFC is extremely proud of and happy for our Austin Aycock   Austin was accepted to the Maine Maritime Academyhttp://mainemaritime.edu/


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Mark 12/25/2016

Congrats! That is one heck of an accomplishment.

Toes-Up 12/22/2016

Wonderful young man!!! Congrads and best wishes

Rube McMullan 12/21/2016

This is the guy who will be Captain of the Queen Mary one day. Can't wait for him to bring her into the fuel dock at OIFC! Congrats Austin! Another of your amazing accomplishments.





"" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/20/16
 

What do the members of Team OIFC do during the "off season"?  Continue with outdoors sporting of course. Below are pictures of Brayen McMullan (Team OIFC) who joined his dad Capt Brant, cousins Austin Aycock (Team Hail Yeah OIFC), and Brandon Aycock on a hunting trip to Texas. Also pictured is Team Do Work OIFC's Camdyn Beck with her dad Capt Jeff Beck and team member Jon Hayes with deer she took in Brunswick Co and in the mountains of NC


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"Christmas Countdown!!!!" | Hail Yeah / OIFC | 12/20/16
 

Alright guys, this is the perfect day to come and do your Christmas shopping!  We have some absolutely beautiful wall art and gifts for that special someone in your life(Or...if you are like my husband, you hear Golden Reel instead of Golden Ring and you hear Yeti instead of Spa Day)!  Come shop with us, we have everything you need to make her happy!!!!

-Tiffany Aycock

 


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"Trout " | Do Work / OIFC | 12/19/16
 

One of many catch and release trout Tripp Hooks of the Black Pearl Fishing Team had yesterday 


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"OIFC Top 5 and Fish Reports" | OIFC | 12/18/16
 

OIFC Eblast

 

 

                 OIFC TOP 5 SIMPLE BUT MEANINGFUL GIFT IDEAS

1- OIFC GIFT CARD.  Whether for that special fisherman who knows just what he needs or your fisherwoman who would rather look good than be good, an OIFC GIFT CARD will answer the call.

2- SWAMP PARK ZIPLINE & ADVENTURE COURSE GIFT CERTIFICATE.  For all Grandparents that struggle to keep grandkids entertained, this is the answer.  

3- OCEAN ISLE FISH COMPANY RESTAURANT GIFT CERTIFICATE.  Date night at the Sushi bar is a certain way to earn necessary Browny Points to go fishing.

4- CAPT. BRANT'S FISHING SCHOOLS.  Offshore or Inshore, this is truly the gift that keeps on giving the whole year.

5- CHARTER FISHING ADVENTURE.  This is that "for the whole family" gift that will get you out of having to buy for everyone.


Fishing Report

Inshore: The Speckled Trout bite continues to be good.  The live shrimp are getting more scarce so many fishermen are switching to Vudu and Bass Assassin.  The water temps have cooled a bit, so the Trout will begin to look for areas with less tidal flow and dark bottom; these areas warm up quicker and stay warmer than surround water.  Places like this include the Ocean Isle and Holden Beach canal systems, Coquina, SeaScape and Bald Head harbors.  The hot colors have been clear with sparkle flake and natural colors such as greens and oranges and blues.

        

 


Offshore: The weather has been volatile since the holiday weekend, but you can be rest assured the Wahoo and King Mackerel are still out there.  At last report, the King were in the 80' depth range at the Horseshoe and the Atlantic Ledge.  I would expect them to still be in those areas, maybe a few miles further out.  The Wahoo are here for the Winter, and it is just a matter of following your temperature charts to find where the warm water crosses over the 180' depth curve, this is where the Wahoo should be.  Also don't forget that starting Jan 1 the Bluefin Tuna season will come back open.  I don't know if you've been watching the news, but there have been more Whale sightings than normal this Fall and Whales mean Bluefin.  Get your gear ready.

    

                      Patrick Prince with an 81 pound Wahoo                                                              Malpass crew with 50 pound Wahoo


 


 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

                  ABOUT THE OCEAN ISLE FISHING CENTER
Our mission at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center is to be the ultimate source for fishing in the Carolinas; providing the what, when, where and how-to you need to be a better fisherman. Beyond helping you to "be good", the Ocean Isle Fishing Center can help you "look good" as well. Featuring products by Guy Harvey, Salt Life, Pelagic, Huk, Atlantic Drift, Southern Marsh and Southern Fried Cotton. 
 

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OIFC Eblast

 

 

                 OIFC TOP 5 SIMPLE BUT MEANINGFUL GIFT IDEAS

1- OIFC GIFT CARD.  Whether for that special fisherman who knows just what he needs or your fisherwoman who would rather look good than be good, an OIFC GIFT CARD will answer the call.

2- SWAMP PARK ZIPLINE & ADVENTURE COURSE GIFT CERTIFICATE.  For all Grandparents that struggle to keep grandkids entertained, this is the answer.  

3- OCEAN ISLE FISH COMPANY RESTAURANT GIFT CERTIFICATE.  Date night at the Sushi bar is a certain way to earn necessary Browny Points to go fishing.

4- CAPT. BRANT'S FISHING SCHOOLS.  Offshore or Inshore, this is truly the gift that keeps on giving the whole year.

5- CHARTER FISHING ADVENTURE.  This is that "for the whole family" gift that will get you out of having to buy for everyone.


Fishing Report

Inshore: The Speckled Trout bite continues to be good.  The live shrimp are getting more scarce so many fishermen are switching to Vudu and Bass Assassin.  The water temps have cooled a bit, so the Trout will begin to look for areas with less tidal flow and dark bottom; these areas warm up quicker and stay warmer than surround water.  Places like this include the Ocean Isle and Holden Beach canal systems, Coquina, SeaScape and Bald Head harbors.  The hot colors have been clear with sparkle flake and natural colors such as greens and oranges and blues.

        

 


Offshore: The weather has been volatile since the holiday weekend, but you can be rest assured the Wahoo and King Mackerel are still out there.  At last report, the King were in the 80' depth range at the Horseshoe and the Atlantic Ledge.  I would expect them to still be in those areas, maybe a few miles further out.  The Wahoo are here for the Winter, and it is just a matter of following your temperature charts to find where the warm water crosses over the 180' depth curve, this is where the Wahoo should be.  Also don't forget that starting Jan 1 the Bluefin Tuna season will come back open.  I don't know if you've been watching the news, but there have been more Whale sightings than normal this Fall and Whales mean Bluefin.  Get your gear ready.

    

                      Patrick Prince with an 81 pound Wahoo                                                              Malpass crew with 50 pound Wahoo


 


 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

                  ABOUT THE OCEAN ISLE FISHING CENTER
Our mission at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center is to be the ultimate source for fishing in the Carolinas; providing the what, when, where and how-to you need to be a better fisherman. Beyond helping you to "be good", the Ocean Isle Fishing Center can help you "look good" as well. Featuring products by Guy Harvey, Salt Life, Pelagic, Huk, Atlantic Drift, Southern Marsh and Southern Fried Cotton. 
 

      Pelagic  
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"test" | | 12/16/16
 

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"10 Days " | | 12/16/16
 

What do you do when you can't go fishing? You come see us of course!!! We have the perfect gifts for anyone on your list. Make someone REAL happy with a new GoPro Hero5! Imagine voice activated action filming- this definitely has the bells and whistles! Sent from my iPhone
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"Decorations " | Do Work / OIFC | 12/15/16
 

come check out our decorations and shop and dine with us while you are at it. Mrs. Tiffany is putting out new items as I type 


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"Come get your como today!" | | 12/14/16
 

Tis the season to be bluefinning! Come get the perfect gift in prep for bluefin season opening January 1st.
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"OIFC Report and Holiday Cheer" | OIFC | 12/13/16
 

 

 

 


Fishing Report

Inshore: The Speckled Trout bite continues to be good.  Vudu Shrimp have been the most effective as of late; either floated under a popping cork or worked slowly across the bottom and with the current.  Don't forget to add some Vudu Sauce or ProCure Bait Scent to increase your chances.  Pictured below is the The BoneCrusher and Trout Guru, Brandon Sauls and a few pictures he recently shared with me. He says the Shallotte River is loaded with Trout right now.  "Find ripply water where there is current around creek mouths and there will be trout there."  The hot colors have been clear with sparkle flake and natural colors such as greens and oranges and blues.

                

              

 


Offshore: The weather has not been conducive at all to offshore fishing.  There was a small window this past Sunday and it is confirmed the Kings are still in the 80' depth range at places such as the Horseshoe and the Atlantic Ledge.  The Wahoo report was not very good for whatever reason, but you can be assured all Winter they will be off our coast; find where the Stream water pushes over the 180' depth curve and they will be there.   Don't forget Bluefin season opens Jan 1 -- maybe this will be the year they show back up in numbers.  The OIFC has all the gear including harpoons.   Get your gear ready.  

 

    Pack Man with a recent Wahoo     

    

       On The Dot with a recent King from 80' of water


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Matt Clark 12/16/2016

How many miles offshore to get to 80' feet of water? thanks





"Trout Bite" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/11/16
 

Brandon Sauls worked on em again this afternoon.  Chewing on mirror lures today!-thanks for the report!


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"'Get on Santa's nice list!'" | | 12/10/16
 

Be sure to make Santa happy and give him Ice COLD milk with his cookies this year! Come see us to get your Yeti Lowball and make Santa's Nice List this year! Sent from my iPhone
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"Trout Action" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/07/16
 

Brandon Sauls and Sailor on a trout fishing mission with Clay Morphis!  6 pounder on a popping cork!


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"Get yours today!" | | 12/05/16
 

Looking for a great idea for Christmas? Stop by or shop online to get your kite rod combo!
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"Bluefin Tuna Situation Status" | OIFC | 12/01/16
 

As many of you are aware, Bluefin Tuna have become a viable fishing opportunity off our coast.  Some years are better than others, but this year was looking very promising as many fish were being spotting in the 10-20 mile range.  However, the season that allows both recreational and commercial harvest of Bluefin was taken away from NC fishermen due to what can logically be called " a political win " by the Northeast fishermen.  In an unprecedented move, the commercial Bluefin Tuna retention limit was increased to 5 fish over the Summer.  When the bite turned on in the Fall, the total available quota for the entire year was caught up, leaving nothing for NC fishermen.  So here we are sitting on our hands; we've been politically outplayed.  We are hoping that the Bluefin season quota will reset come Jan 1 which will allow fishing from NC waters, but that is uncertain and does not help us for this prime, peak month of December.  Below is an email chain that Rube McMullan of the OIFC recently exchanged with Michelle Duval, of NCDENR, also NC's representative on the SE Atlantic advisory panel.  Please see there are a couple of link to email and give input to those who do make the Tuna quota regulation decisions.  


From: Rube McMullan [mailto:rubemc@att.net]
Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2016 9:26 AM
To: Duval, Michelle <michelle.duval@ncdenr.gov>
Subject: Bluefin Tuna allocation

Michelle. Here's one for you.

 At OIFC we are hearing from a lot of upset fishermen regarding how the allocation of Giant Bluefin Tuna was used up by the northern fishermen before the fish had a chance to get to North Carolina. Apparently the Commission increased the quota for the northern US waters to 5 fish per day. The result is the entire quota was used up.

We are seeing Bluefin up and down our NC coast, but due to the Atlantic Marine Fisheries Commission allowing a increase in the daily catch quota in the northern US waters, NC is banned from the fishery until next year.

As North Carolina's representative on the South Atlantic Marine Fisheries Commission, do you have any input on the actions of the commission in terms of insuring NC gets it's fair share of these fish? I recall this same issue came up some years ago, and Dr. Daniels[and you] jumped in the middle of it to protect the interest of the NC fishermen by insuring there was quota reserved for our NC waters.

Please share with me what info you can on this subject so we can pass on to our fishermen.

Thanks. Rube McMullan

Ocean Isle Fishing Center[OIFC.com]


From: "Duval, Michelle" <michelle.duval@ncdenr.gov>
To: Rube McMullan <rubemc@att.net>
Sent: Monday, November 28, 2016 11:34 AM
Subject: RE: Bluefin Tuna allocation

Hi Rube,

The possession limits for bluefin tuna are set by the National Marine Fisheries Service Highly Migratory Species (HMS) Division.  They have the option to adjust the General Category retention limits for bluefin from one to five fish for each of the sub-quota periods throughout the year, and can also adjust that retention limit in-season (i.e., within each period).  My understanding is that NMFS considers the availability of fish, how quickly the quota has been caught in the past, and how much quota has been used when looking at adjustments to retention limits. 

NC DMF has a representative on the HMS Advisory Panel (Randy Gregory), who is the lead on all HMS items for the division – he has met w/many of the affected fishermen, and has brought those concerns to the attention of the NMFS HMS staff.  The HMS Advisory Panel is meeting this week (Dec. 1 and 2) up in Maryland and I am sure the 5-fish retention limit, and the impacts it has had on the ability of fishermen down this way to access those fish, will be a topic of discussion as well as avoiding a similar situation next year.

As the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council representative, I do have somewhat minimal input – while the Council does have a HMS Committee, we generally convene it to hear presentations on upcoming amendments at the request of NMFS HMS staff.  We do have a meeting of this committee scheduled next week during the Council’s December meeting here in Atlantic Beach, and I expect the topic of the bluefin closure may come up under Other Business if we have time, but the agenda is pretty full.  I am certainly willing to raise it given the opportunity, and hopefully will be able to talk to HMS staff who are there.  Generally, when the Council provides input on an issue, we try to be as regional in our perspective as possible. 

I hope this helps – please let me know if you have any questions.

michelle

Michelle Duval

Executive Assistant for Councils

Division of Marine Fisheries

Department of Environmental Quality

252 808 8011    office (direct)

252 726 7021    main

michelle.duval@ncdenr.gov

P.O. Box 769

(3441 Arendell Street)

Morehead City, NC  28557

Email correspondence to and from this address is subject to the

North Carolina Public Records Law and may be disclosed to third parties.


From: Rube McMullan [mailto:rubemc@att.net]
Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 9:00 AM
To: Duval, Michelle <michelle.duval@ncdenr.gov>
Subject: Re: Bluefin Tuna allocation

Thanks Michelle. You continue to be my hero and hope you can keep our northern friends from taking advantage of us poor southerners. Obviously this is political, and a few years ago when we went to the fisherman's rally in DC, we saw first hand the political power of the northern fishermen. At that rally was Senators Cary, Schumler, Frank and others. Those 3 are/were the most powerful folks in the Senate and they were there in support of their northern fishermen. As I recall the only representation NC had was Davis.

Any rate, thanks for your work on behalf of NC and the southern area. Is it ok if I post your comments on our OIFC page?

Thanks. Rube


From: "Duval, Michelle" <michelle.duval@ncdenr.gov>
To: Rube McMullan <rubemc@att.net>
Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 4:40 PM
Subject: RE: Bluefin Tuna allocation

Hi Rube,

You are certainly welcome to post that on the OIFC page – I would just ask that you include the following contact info for folks who might wish to make comments to the NMFS HMS Division staff regarding possession limits for tuna next year:

Margo Schulze-Haugen:  margo.schulze-haugen@noaa.gov (Director, HMS Division)

Brad McHale:  brad.mchale@noaa.gov (head of bluefin tuna management)

Email correspondence to and from this address is subject to the

North Carolina Public Records Law and may be disclosed to third parties.

 

 

 

 

McMullan Properties 870 Old Canton Rd Marietta, GA 30068 RubeMc@att.net (770) 977-1852-office (404)372-5523-cell (770) 971-3057-fax



 


 

 



 


 


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"Get'n Bent Fishing Team's Report " | Do Work / OIFC | 12/01/16
 

Decided to play hooky this monday...  after 4 days off for thanksgiving...   love this life!!!   Struck out to the Bluewater in hopes of a wahoo filled day..  despite possible windy conditions mid day, I crewed up with Chase and  David Hutnik.. the Awesome Website Guy...  and we took a 2 hour boat ride..  At around 110' of water we hit a well defined temperature break...  still a bit shallow, I said throw some ballyhoo in the water and see if we could find a stray pelagic hanging around the temp break..   after the second bait hit the water and was being dropped back it was on...  doubled up...   no screaming run, but solid strikes and pull...  David tackled the first fish and chase the second.    Didn't take long on the Tiagra 50LRS's and a pair of........  CUDAS were boat side..  quick photo op. for David who had never landed a Barracuda and we packed in the gear and headed deeper...  upon arriving at 160' of water we deployed baits and started the trolling action...  it took forever to find a good bait mark and the fish..  we went 1/3 on wahoo.  Decided to move inshore and give the bottom dwellers a shot..  Coming up with a few groupers, some beeliners and black bass.  We had a good stock and variety to put in the fridge and on the tables.   We called it a day and head back around 12 when the wind started to blow... short trip. but caught dinner for a few nights.   David angled a nice 50# wahoo and we all have some good dinner fish.  Hopefully the weather will lay down and we can get back at the Hoos soon..  it's an amazing fish and great on the table.


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"Fwd: Help Protect the Most Important Fish in the Sea" | | 11/28/16
> CONSERVATION WILL BENEFIT EVERYONE! > > Option D will enable the menhaden to continue to grow, while increasing menhaden's value to recreational fishing, commercial seafood, and tourism businesses that all depend on this important fish, and its predators. > > THE ASMFC WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING IN NORTH CAROLINA ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 AT 5:30 PM > > The meeting to gather public comment on the PID will be held this Wednesday at the Division of Marine Fisheries Office in Morehead City, 5285 US Highway 70 West beginning at 5:30 PM. If you cannot attend in person, please use our Action Center to send an email to commissioners in support of Issue 1, Option D. Help Protect the Most Important Fish in the Sea > > > Click here to unsubscribe from this mailing list. > " data-pin-do="buttonPin" data-pin-config="none">
 

> > > CALL TO ACTION > CONSERVATION OF MENHADEN WILL BENEFIT EVERYONE! > > In May of 2015, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) initiated Amendment 3 to the menhaden management plan to establish ecological management, and to review and possibly update state-by-state quota allocations. Since then, ASMFC staff, scientists and advisors have been developing and reviewing a range of ecological models and management strategies. > > At their annual meeting in October 2016, ASMFC's Menhaden Management Board unanimously approved the Public Information Document (PID) for Draft Amendment 3 for public comment. You can comment at upcoming hearings or in writing, now through January 4. 2017. > > Atlantic menhaden feed nearly every major predator along the East Coast, including striped bass, red drum, sea trout, bluefish, tuna, and king mackerel. The ASMFC is working on a plan to protect menhaden's critically important role in the Atlantic Ocean's ecosystem so they need to hear from you now. > > MOST MENHADEN PREDATORS ARE IN DECLINE! > > Atlantic predators of menhaden like striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, cod, king mackerel, cobia, osprey and humpback whales are struggling. Increasing the abundance of menhaden will help ensure these predators have enough food to achieve management goals for these species and the commercial and recreational fisheries that depend on them. > > PLEASE TELL THE ASMFC THAT ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT IS RIGHT FOR MENHADEN! > > Ecological management is right for menhaden, and Issue 1, Option D is the best solution now. The current approach that ASMFC uses for setting catch limits is wrong for menhaden because it is based on a single species approach and ignores their importance to the ocean food web and for other fisheries. The time has come to move away from "single species" management and adopt an ecosystem approach. The best available science supports Option D: managing to a target of 75 percent of the total menhaden biomass before large scale fishing, so menhaden can fulfill their role in the ocean food web, and ensure the population never drops below 40 percent. Science tells us that this amount would vastly reduce the impact of fishing on menhaden predators, and help menhaden continue to expand back into the northern and southern extents of their former range; while still providing ongoing substantial yields to fisheries. > > CONSERVATION WILL BENEFIT EVERYONE! > > Option D will enable the menhaden to continue to grow, while increasing menhaden's value to recreational fishing, commercial seafood, and tourism businesses that all depend on this important fish, and its predators. > > THE ASMFC WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING IN NORTH CAROLINA ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 AT 5:30 PM > > The meeting to gather public comment on the PID will be held this Wednesday at the Division of Marine Fisheries Office in Morehead City, 5285 US Highway 70 West beginning at 5:30 PM. If you cannot attend in person, please use our Action Center to send an email to commissioners in support of Issue 1, Option D. Help Protect the Most Important Fish in the Sea > > > Click here to unsubscribe from this mailing list. >
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