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"Give the gift that keeps on giving..." | OIFC | 12/18/14
 

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"Team OIFC on the road" | | 12/17/14
 

Some of the OIFC charter crew on training sebatacle in the northern Gulf. I'll let one of them post the full report but here r some pictures. Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
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capt rickey 12/17/2014

It looks like y'all are having a ball. Most people only dream of catching fish like that





"Down To The Wire" | | 12/17/14
 

Don't know what to get your favorite angler for their stocking? How about some David Hooks Family Fund Raffle Tickets, Britt's Bucktails, Capt Rickey's Carolina Rigs, some braid, flouro still in a pickle? An OIFC gift card is perfect Sent from my iPhone
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"John and John" | Tiberias - 22' | 12/17/14
 

Home for Christmas break, John Jr. was treated to a fishing trip by his dad John Sr. We started off tossing soft plastics getting several bites from the smaller spike trout in deep water. I had a few live shrimp that Bryan Aycock was kind enough to give me after finishing his trip from a day earlier. We made a move and deployed live shrimp under a cork. There are no guarantees in fishing, but this time of year live shrimp is petty darn close. The corks were quickly disappearing under the surface with some nice speckled trout shaking on the other end. Even a few short redfish joined the action. We missed about as many as we landed. I saved the dead shrimp putting them on the bottom tempting several black drum to join the action. It was a great day on the water! The weather is looking good later this week on into the weekend. Come on down and get in on the action. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Capt. Hooks" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/16/14
 


       A Raffle Fund Raiser for Captain Hooks is underway. A 20 QT YETI COOLER is being raffled. Tickets are $5 and are available through many of David's friends or you can email: christa.berciunas@gmail.com , and you may also contact the Ocean Isle Fishing center, call 910-575-3474 (FISH) to purchase a ticket or make a donation, or better yet drop by.  Checks can be made out to The David Hooks Family Fund.  The Winner will be notified immediately.

       David is suffering from Guillain-Barre Syndrome.  Follow this link for more information http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/gbs/detail_gbs.htm

 


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Mom got One! " | Tiberias - 22' | 12/16/14
 

My Mom has been in town for a few days. Brant called me with a surprise trip Monday. Mom and I got out late Sunday to check on the action. Tossing soft plastics we located a few trout in a couple different places. I prefer to release all my fish when scouting for the next days trip, but Mom is a fish eating machine. I allowed her to keep one for the dinner table. See ya on the water!


- Capt. Jacob Frick
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"Sunday At The Tower, Plus" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/15/14
 

Allen Hinson, his daughter Kaylynn, Will Mullins and Chuck Coleman fished the Tower Sunday.  They were using live cigar minnows and caught 9 kings, one of which weighed 38 lbs.

And then was Jeff Martini and his crew who put a dent in the Sea Bass.


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"David Hook Raffle" | Choice of Two / OIFC | 12/15/14
 

~Friends have set up a Raffle Fund Raiser for Captain Hooks. We have secured a 20 QT YETI COOLER. Tickets are available through many friends or you can email: christa.berciunas@gmail.com for ticket purchase.

$5/ ticket with a Drawing to be held FEB 1, 2015. Winner will be notified immediately by phone and we can set up delivery or shipping.

 EVERYBODY WANTS A YETI !!!! Where else can you get one for $5 and the proceeds go to such a great cause and person?

To get your tickets email me at Rickey@OIFC.comr Facebook me or if you have my # call.  Or you can stop by the OIFC

 


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Capt. Hook" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/14/14
 

~~Keith Berciunas:
We have set up a Raffle Fund Raiser for Captain Hooks. We have secured a 20 QT YETI COOLER. Tickets are available through many friends or you can email: christa.berciunas@gmail.com for ticket purchase.

$5/ ticket with a Drawing to be held FEB 1, 2015. Winner will be notified immediately by phone and we can set up delivery or shipping.

EVERYBODY WANTS A YETI !!!! Where else can you get one for $5 and the proceeds go to such a great cause and person??

******I will get some tickets from Ms. Christa you can contact me.


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pat prince 12/14/2014

Count me in I'll definitely get a few . I first started fishing in his dads pond across from of my neighborhood. Caught some of the largest bass and bream ever. Always thought the world of the Hooks family.





"'Round the Clock Trout Fishing" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/14/14
 

Brandon & Clay with a little late night trout fishing.  The daytime pictures are of Brandon and Grayson Russ.  Grayson, Toby (Grayson's dad) and Brandon went today and caught about a dozen with the biggest being 22 inches


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"Capt. Hook's Family Fund" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/13/14
 

http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/captain-hooks-family-fund/277733#.VIy8QMi1LRM.facebook  This is the link that has been established to help Capt. Hook's family during their time of need.  They have a long hard road ahead of them and we at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center ask everyone to help as much as they can.  The last report, around 5pm was he is doing the same.  He is heavily sedated and probably wont know how he is doing until they start bringing him out.  Earlier fishing reports have a link that explains they syndrome David has.


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Casey 12/13/2014

Our prayers go out to David and his family our mom had the same thing and we understand just what he is going thru. God bless you all





"Capt David Hook Update" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/13/14
 

http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/gbs/detail_gbs.htm

As reported yesterday Captain Hook is in the hospital.His condition today is: He is responsive and opens his eyes when you're talking to him.  He can feel and move his right hand.  There is a little bit of movement in his left hand.  His chest x-ray came back the same as yesterday which means no additional fluid on his lungs.  He seems to be doing about the same as yesterday.  The doctors will keep monitoring him today and posibly start weaning him off the meds. We will post updates as we get them.  Continue to pray for David and his family.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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Ernie Ward 12/13/2014

Prayers to David for a quick and full recovery. Thanks for sharing this, Rickey. Ernie Ward





"Thoughts & Prayers" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/12/14
 

http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/gbs/detail_gbs.htm Please keep our good friend, fellow fisherman and local legend Capt. David Hook of CaptainHook Outdoors in your thoughts, hearts and prayers.  David is in the hospital and is very sick with Guillian-Barre Syndrome.  I will keep everyone updated as I get information and I am sure I can share it.  The OIFC Staff is praying for David's quick recovery.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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Casey 12/14/2014

Our mother did..very scary to think about!

Mike Norris 12/13/2014

Prayers for Captain David. Did he contract GBS from the flu shot???





"Britt's Bucktails Produce" | Choice of Two / OIFC | 12/12/14
 

 Shane Britt reports he got a 29"/8.32, & 27.5 "/7.56lb this morning. Shane said touse an Electric Chicken Britt's Bucktail tipped with a pink & white curly tail. We sell the Bucktails (while they last) & the curly tails at the OIFC. Sent from my iPhone


- Austin Aycock
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"New Colors Are Here" | | 12/10/14
 

Shane dropped off his new colors of Bucktails this morning. He used them this morning a slayed the trout Sent from my iPhone
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"Tuna gear " | | 12/10/14
 

Fluoro has become scarce with Bluefin fever running high. OIFC had a new shipment of 200# in stock along with new cases of select and horse ballyhoo Capt. Brant McMullan Ocean Isle Fishing Center
- "Capt. Brant McMullan"
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"Local Art" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/09/14
 

~~Here I go again touting a local artist. I met Brad PinFish Caudle through fishing and his "day job", not knowing anything about his photography talent. When I friended him on facebook I was simply amazed. I eventually asked Brad to stop by the Ocean Isle Fishing Center and make arrangements for us to sell his pictures. If you have a beach house, a home here, or want beautiful local pictures to remind you of our beautiful Brunswick County check with us at the OIFC. They would also make great Christmas gifts for the person who loves the coast.

We also have some of his works on post cards along with pewter frames with the OIFC logo too.
 


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"Tis the season to be Bluefinning" | | 12/08/14
 

Rumor has it, Bluefin Tuna have been migrating along Brunswick County’s coastal waters this weekend. Fish have been seen skying and feeding on schools of bluefish near local hotspots such as the shark hole, and the 15 mile rock. Unfortunately, Mother Nature has presented us with a typical winter time 20 knot North East wind that is forecasted to blow until Wednesday afternoon. However when this wind does decide to lay down, anyone who has a big enough gas tank to make it to and from the 20 mile range needs to try and find these Bluefin Tuna. They are a highly migratory fish that can be found at a spot 40 miles out one day and 10 miles off the beach the next. Thus, any angler who wishes to fish for these giants has an equal chance of hooking one (notice I said hooking one). The chances of catching one of these behemoths run slim if using improper tackle and fighting techniques to haul these fish aboard. One of the biggest mistakes anglers make when targeting these fish is bringing their knife to a gunfight. Meaning taking their Gulf Stream gear they catch dolphin and wahoo on and hooking a 500 pound fish on it that will literally hurt you if outgunned. Therefore, the easiest thing to do is to make a trip to the OIFC and get the tackle you need to fight these fish properly. We have everything from horse ballyhoo to hook sharpeners. In addition to the vast tackle selection, our employees would be more than happy to assist you in explaining the rigging and prep behind your Bluefin Tuna tackle purchase. So be sure to grab a jacket (because it is still cold and windy), get in your car, and make a trip over to the OIFC to get everything you need to be successful after hooking into a giant Bluefin tuna. The air and water temperature are spot on for these fish especially off our regions coastline. Get ready – they SHOULD be out there. Capt. Derek Treffinger
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Nelson Applegate 12/10/2014

Don't forget you must have a permit to boat a bluefin tuna





"Stocking Stuffer" | Do Work / OIFC | 12/07/14
 

Am I big on Britt's Bucktails?  Yes I am and for good reason.  Shane is a Brunswick County Boy who knows inshore fishing like the back of his hand.  He uses what he sells.  Shane takes what works for him and sells them locally.  I had a dificult time getting them to sell.  I started tracking Shane's fishing on facebook long before I knew him or that he selsl his lures.  I talked him in to giving me some to try out.  They worked so well that the last time I saw them they were in my Jr. Angler Camdyn's rig bag.

Shane hand makes each rig.  He collects and smelts his own lead and  pours that into molds.  He gets real dear tails from hunters, trims and dyes each one.  Then he wraps the tail feathers and puts the finishing touch on.  I certainly oversimplified the process.  But to purchase a hand made rig that is made to match each "season within a season" in real time is not only a unique art form but is a very effective trout, drum & flounder catching maching.  Any inshore/near shore angler will be a happy camper Christmas morning with these in a stocking.

COMING SOON:  A black/olive because the mullets will be leaving and the glass minnows will be around.


- Capt. Rickey Beck
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capt. rickey 12/09/2014

We sold out of Britt's Bucktails yesterday. Shane has told me he will drop some more off at the store Wednesday. He's bringing some of his new color one's that will be perfect in the next couple of weeks.





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