Live from the World Cat. Caught in 50 feet of water.
- Chris Dew
Address: 65 Causeway Drive, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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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.
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.
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!!!
Tag Team Sport Fishing shows proof the kings are here with this one they caught off of Oak Island.
This weekend's weather is a concern as regards to hosting the Jolly Mon. I assure you that we are watching it and trying to make a fair decision. A decision will be made tomorrow by 12 noon as to whether the event will occur this weekend or next weekend. Visit www.OIFC.com/jmkc for information tomrrow at noon.
Thank you - Capt. Brant
(Saturay) at midnight.12:01 a.m Sunday it opened The NCDNR has an old May post that has NOT been updated stating it is illeagal to posses trout. So go get them.
Mike Kinnerly owner of the "Blue Pearl, Capt. Jeff Beck and Dr Jeremy Phillips précis he'd for the Jolly Mon. I can tell you the water looked great and the bait was thick. They also caught kings. They released no further information to this reporter Sent from my iPhone
There is more to keeping bait healthy than most people would ever think. I my mission to provide the best bait I need two swimming pool thermometers. Capt. Brant being Capt. Brant got me 2 rubber ducky thermometers. But he didn't name them. I need them named so am having a contest. Y'all submit names in the commment section of this fishing report. I will have the young ladies in the shop pick the best name for each ducky. The winner will be announced at the Jolly Mon Captains Meeting and a $10. Gift card presented.
When submitting names remember this is a family web site.
Off to a good start
I reported yesterday of hearing kings skyrocketing on the beach. I tracked down the rumor and interviewed the fishermen under a spotlite[the full moon] to confirm the "true" story. Non other than OIFC charter captain Capt Jacob confirmed two 30+lb class Kings skyrocketed on spanish at the sea buoy along a tide line yesterday.
Looking at a stable weather pattern and info noted yesterday, look this weekend for big kings to show up everywhere they are supposed to be. I forecast good fish will be caught at 90's/Myrtle Beach rocks/Lighthouse rocks/Shark Hole/Jungle.
Standby for updates.
A customer at the OIFC the other day wanted to do some backwater kayak fly fishing so I referred him to Rip Van Winkle of Summertide Adventure Tours. They are located near the old Sunset Beach Bridge. Rip (Charles) took Patrick and Evan on a sucessful fly fishing trip. Thanks Summertide Adventyre Tours for helping us out.
Salt water fly fishing....It may be fun for someone with a short attention...did y'all just hear something..lol
The Byrds landed this Cobia using a peanut pogey in the prop wash. The fight lasted 40 minutes. They were fishing near the Ocean Crest Pier on a 21ft Carolina Skiff
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