Michael Lee on Streamin Live weighs a 39.7 Wahoo and 10 Mahi- takes Wahoo lead but Emma Rose hanging onto overall Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
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Address: 65 Causeway Drive, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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It seems like only yesterday Katelyn Kinser came to work at the OIFC. Now she has graduated from college. We have watched her grow from a high school cheerleader to an Honor Student at UNC Wilmington to now a college graduate. In between she grew very close to Carolyn, Brayden McMullan and Camdyn Beck and has now become "KK". She has captured the hearts of all the "OIFC Family" This summer KK is managing the boat and jet ski rentals. Stop by and congratulate KK!!!!
Look what store "Team Leader" Shannon Reel caught today aboard the "Reel Wet". So if you want any flounder fishing tips from the OIFC she's the go to person! Shannon is going to fill in the details on the comment section.
Members of Team OIFC/Do Work, Capt. Jeff, 1st mate Camdyn and I were thrilled to be invited to fish the Far Out Shoot Out with Mike Kennerly of Ocean Isle Beach aboard his 31 ft Cape Horn "The Blue Pearl". Like everyone else we fished 65 miles off shore in the 150 to 168 range of water depth. We used small ballyhoo fished with different colors of Blue Water Candy lures. There was no special color.
What made us proud was Camdyn reeled a 17 lb mahi in by herself, as she did several others, she gaffed her 1st fish and caught her 1st black fin tuna. Tuesday looks good so I'd plan on going then. We had fun and hope you are too..
The picture below is from a friend Sean Conley. Sean wrote...This is what ethanol based gas does to the fuel lines in a boat. The inside of the pump bulb is disolving and pieces of it stopped up all but one cylinder in my dad;s outboard on his pontoon boat.
Redfish action has been steady over the weekend. We landed a few reds yesterday along with trout and flounder to complete Carolina slams for both anglers on board. Today the redfish had a serious attitude making it difficult to wrangle them out of the oyster beds. We managed to get one good fish out of about 7 opportunities first thing this morning. We made a move to our second spot and landed a double right out of the gate. The redfish are all over the crab right now, but so are all the other little bottom feeders. You can burn through lots of crab chunks if you are not careful. See ya on the water!
Emma Rose- 28 Mahi and 3 Wahoo. A great day of fishing! Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
The Ocean Isle Fishing Center Charters had a magnificant day at the Gulf Stream. The 1st 4 pictures are of Captain Chris Dew and Captain Derek Treffinger's charter. Aboard were Donald Bean, Robert Hill, Richard Pratt, Eric Smith, Jim Farson and Bill Hayward all of the Sunset Beach area. The heaviest wahoo weighed 59.20, the biggest mahi weighed 23.60 and the largest king was 25.65 lbs.
The last picture is of Capt. Steele Park's group made up of Gary Geig his son Pierce and relatives Jake and Eddie Mayer. (I hope I spelled that right. I couldn't read my own writing..lol). Please correct it in the coments section.
The Emma from Ocean Isle Beach was the 1st to weigh fish for The Far Out Shoot Out. The crew consisting of Rachel Wordsworth, Dan Myers and Capt. Brody Heath weighed a 39.1 wahoo and a 28.5 mahi. GAME ON!!!
All off bucktails and Gulp. Shane makes his own bucktails thaat in my opinion ought to be in a show case instead of fished with. A good 2nd choice, unless you are tight with Shane is Spro. They are made from authinic deer tail fur and work great. We happen to sell a varity of sizes and colors at the OIFC.