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"Artificial Reef Club Challenge Back On!" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 09/14/06
 

The Long Bay Artificial Reef Association has rescheduled their Club Challenge event to September 29th-30th.  The 9th annual Long Bay Artificial Reef Association's Club Challenge King Mackerel and Flounder Tournament is set up as a team competition event.  Fishing clubs from across the state will be competing for prizes, cash and most importantly bragging rights.  Among this year's teams will be clubs from Winston Salem, Oak Island, Sanford, and last year's winner in the king mackerel and flounder division the Charlotte Offshore Fishing Club plus others.  In addition to great competition this event will benefit a cause that is important to all fishermen.  This tournament is one of the most important fund raisers for the Long Bay Artificial Reef Association who is responsible for maintaining, replenshing and creating new artificial reefs off the Brunswick County coastline.  

Now, on to the mission at hand.  The Ocean Isle Fishing Center has decided it is time we join in on all this fun and try to give the other clubs from around the state a run for their money.  We are heading up a Team OIFC to compete in this event that will hopefully bring the prestigous bragging rights back to Ocean Isle.  The rules of this tournament say the heaviest 5 king mackerel and heaviest 5 flounder from each club's teams will win each division.  The combined heaviest 5 kingfish and 5 flounder will be the overall winner.  No more than 3 fish of each species can come off of one boat within each club.  So, this is a call to arms.  We need as many boats fishing on team OIFC as possible to give us the best shot at taking the glory.  If you are interested in fielding a team to compete as a part of team OIFC please email me at captbarrett@oifishingcenter.com.  We will meet at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center at 6:30pm Friday the 29th.  From there those who wish to attend the captains meeting and cookout will caravan up to Oak Island for the festivities.  If you can make it to the Fishing Center before 6:30 we will be having an information sharing session all afternoon and evening.  It's time to show a little local pride and bring back the hardware to OIB and OIFC.  

The entry fee is $100 with options for additional TWT's.  To download an entry form go to www.lbara.com .  I'll be posting more updates and info as we get closer.


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Big Flounder" | The Flying Fish | 09/12/06
 

Check out this door mat flounder, 9 lbs 1oz., caught by Craig Callicut of Kinston, NC.  This fish was reported to have come from the Sunset Beach bridge this past weekend. 


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Today's Report" | Show Time- 34' | 09/11/06
 

Well, we may not have filled the dock with a bunch of fish, but we filled it pretty good with one big one.  We fished the Black Jack yesterday with a good group of guys from Durham- Anthony Jones, Josh and Roger Harrill and Tim Chapin.  The winds were NE at 15-20 and seas a bit sloppy at 3-5', but we managed no problem in the ShowTime.  We trolled the 100/400 area and found little action before moving over to the Black Jack.  At 11:45am the long rigger blue/white alien was eaten and Tim did battle on the little TLD 25 for 30 minutes or so before landing a 2006 OIFC record wahoo- 89.75 pounds !!!!  What a fish, a best for me and certainly an eye opener to the Fall Gulf Stream fishing.  It only gets better as we move into Oct and Nov.  Anyway, we did not get bombarded by fish as we had two other knock downs, but the damage was done and that monster made the day. 
Inshore, I hate to say it, but the fishing has been nothing short of bad for over a week now.  The water doesn't look great and the kings just are not responding at all- depsite all the bait in the water.  This is not unusual as early Sept. can be a transitional time and what normally happens is that they'll just show up one day like they were never gone.  And when they do, we'll be on'em like a rat on a cheetoh-- stand by.  Til, then I'll be basking in the glory of the monster wahoo.  We're going to the Stream again on Weds.
Capt. Rog---


- Capt. Roger Gales
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"Re-Elect Rep. Stiller" | The Flying Fish | 09/08/06
 

The State Representative for our area Bonner Stiller is running for re-election in November. As I'm sure you fishermen are aware, Rep Stiller has been instrumental in helping us attack various fishery issues. To mention a few:
-He introduced and actively fought for a Legislative bill to stop menhaden netting off Brunswick and New Hanover Counties. Although the bill failed, through his help we were able to get a "gentlemen's committment" from Omega Proteins that they would stay out of our waters, which so far they have honored.

-He has led a fight to stop trawling in our narrow intercoastal waters, the effect of which decimates the primary nursery areas which are breeding grounds for juvenile fish. This battle continues.

-He was instrumental in working with us to get the buoys put back in Shallotte Inlet and successfully achieved a committment from NC Wildlife Resources to take on the project.
 
Rep Stiller is not only a strong proponent of sport fishing but he is one of us, a regular participant in the Jolly Mon and Fall Brawl King Mackerel tourneys. And now, he needs our support. Running a election campaign cost lots of money and we need to step forward and do everything we can to insure he has the war chest to put to work for his re-election campaign. At the OIFC we have many future fishery missions in mind, and having a friend in the State Legislature is critical for us to be able to accomplish our goals. The more we can empower him, the more power he can build state wide, thus stregthening our voice as we move forward. We're asking all our fishing friends to please join with us in supporting Rep Stiller's re-election campaign. If enough of us can send $100, or more, we can help fund the campaign and also demonstrate to Rep Stiller how much we appreciate his efforts on behalf of sportfishing. Please write a check to Bonner Stiller Re-election Campaign and send it to us here at the OIFC.

Ocean Isle Fishing Center
65 Causeway Drive
Ocean Isle Beach, NC  28469
 
We will hand deliver the checks to him. Remember campaign laws restrict donations only to personal funds, no company checks. Thanks for your help and let's give Bonner a big THANK YOU for his efforts to protect and enhance our sport. Rube McMullan 

- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Shallotte Inlet dredging" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 09/05/06
 

This past week the Corp of Engineers signed a dredging contract with a Virginia based dredging company to do the Ocean Isle beach renourishment project. The sand for the renourishment comes from Shallotte Inlet therefore if everything works perfect the beach gets sand and we get a dredged inlet. This project is scheduled for this winter.

The fact a contract has been signed is big, as the last couple of years the project was killed because the bidders were too high and the Corp turned down the bid. I "THINK", short of a Katrina event thus directing the dredgers elsewhere, it may actually happen. Standby as we'll keep our eyes on the deal.

On the fishing scene, Scott Quaintance on the Causal Waters has re-opened the gulf stream fishing. This weekend, on 2 different trips, he had several wahoo over 50 lbs, lost a marlin, saw others, and also had some dolphin. Looks like Scott's pioneering work has confirmed the fall wahoo bite is ahead of schedule!


- Rube McMullan
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"Weekend Review" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 09/05/06
 

Ernesto's rain slowed the fishing over the weekend nearshore, but those who got off 30+ miles found decent action from Snapper, Grouper and Kings.  The big story was the Wahoo as we weighed 3 fish over 50 pounds- 56, 54 and 52 pounders.  The Wahoo bite typically starts in September and is usually best through mid Sept to early Nov., so look for good weather opportunities to head offshore.  As soon as the water clears the Kings will be back inshore as there is too much bait for them to not be here.  Stand by for more- I anticipate this weekend to be a break out for the Kings.  Myself, I've got my eye on a Wahoo.
Pictured:  Joe MClain, Jim McClain, Brad Barby, Larry Coffin, Sid Riddick show off a 52.5 pound Wahoo they caught on Sunday fishing aboard Jim's boat I Love Lucy.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"ERNESTO REPORT" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 08/31/06
 

Its raining, but the fish are all ready wet.  I think I saw a palm frond move a few minutes ago.  Otherwise, ERNESTO is nothing more than an advertising budget boost for the weather channel.  I wonder how much their ad rates go up during "Tropical Weather" ?  Anyway, really, no big deal here at all.  The forecast for the weekend looks great- winds 10kts or less and we'll be fishing for sure.  The only negative from the storm is that we may have to get offshore some 25+ miles to get away from the effects of all the fresh water- otherwise, game on. 
Beeliner snapper are chewing at 90-110 feet and the grouper are too.  Kings from the Atlantic Ledge on out- and Wahoo in the Stream- that might be the play for the weekend.  Stay tuned.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Tropical Storm Flounder Tourney" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 08/30/06
 

For all you folks inland watching and believing the doom and despair the Weather Channel is promoting we invite you to tune in to our Web Cam Friday during the "event" to see the real "event" which is our regularly scheduled Tropical Storm/Hurricane Flounder Tourney to be held on the Ocean Isle Fishing Center dock during the height of the storm. What we have found over the years is whenever we have a storm, for whatever reason we have the most unbelievable flounder bite off our dock. So, if you're "honkered down", just tune in and watch the action. If you're not buying the Weather Channel baloney, come on down and join us. It's gonna be a perfect holiday weekend at OIB.

Ain't nothing but a mullet blow which should oxygeniate the water and get the fish ready to go on a eating beinge. Come on down! 


- Rube McMullan
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"Big Wahoo!" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 08/27/06
 

Report from the South Brunswick Islands KMT:  Capt. Ryan Strickland, fishing with Benji Cox and Chance Goodman landed a 15# king for the tournament, then supplemented their catch with a 57# wahoo, caught on a live bait rod and a double pogy rig.  While this fish doesn't count towards the tournament, it is no doubt an outstanding achievement, as the fish was caught on a 20# class outfit.  The fish came from the vicinity of the Atlantic Ledge and bit right in the prop wash.

In other news, Capt. Roger reports hot and heavy amberjack action at the Twin Cities wreck.  The ajs bit live pinfish, "just as soon as you dropped them down."  I'm betting there were some sore arms in that charter, which included our friend Chuck Ellis of Coastal Fasteners of Myrtle Beach.  Capt. Squid ran the Carolina Contender on a half day mission yesterday and brought back one of the nicest classes of Spanish seen all year.  Finally, Capt. Lyndon reports a good catch of slinger dolphin at the 65 foot hole.

Remember, with the fall fishing season upon us, to land some of these tackle busters (wahoo, kings, amberjacks...whatever) you need tackle in good working order.  We are now offering Shane Hollar's services in reel repair and of course are spooling fresh line right here at the OIFC.  Stop by and see us and we'll make sure everything is in order for you to have a successful fall season. 


- First Mate- Chris Burrows
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"Dock Bite!" | The Flying Fish | 08/24/06
 

The annual OIFC dock flounder bite officially kicked off the other day thanks to our permanent dock fixtures Austin and Brandon Aycock.  They captured four big flounder, had a couple slip through the net and had tales of "sea montsters" they hooked that were just too much for their zebco 202's. This dock action usually starts in early Fall but this year it appears as if the OIFC dock bite is going off early. 

From my eyes in the sky I am seeing pogies and more pogies.  They seem to disappear for a day or two following a hard southerly wind but with decent weather they show up every off Ocean Isle and Holden.  Also been seeing lots of giant manta rays from the sky.  Truly an awesome creature with some having wing spans as long as the boat.  Lastly the spanish mackerel are around but don't always show themselves on the surface.  I see most action from the spanish first thing in the morning and then late in the afternoon.  They have been congregating about 1/2 mile offshore of the tideline and are easily spotted by watching for the white birds flocking and pecking the water. 

We'll be running parasail trips into October so if you're interested in getting a different perspective from above it's not too late.  Give us a call 910-575-3474


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Club Challenge Tourney Sept 1-2" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 08/24/06
 

I'm getting quite a bit of interest from Ocean Isle fishermen who are looking to bring the club challenge trophy back to Ocean Isle Beach.  I've got the entry form, and if you are interested in representing OIB and the OIFC, by fishing the annual Club Challenge on Sept 2nd, then email me and I'll reply back with an entry form as an attachment.  If you can't make the actual Capt. Meeting on Friday, Sept 1st, you can simply fill out, pay your entry $ and mail to - Capt. Brant, 65 Causeway Dr, Ocean Isle, NC  28469 --- and I'll take the entry to the Capt. Meeting for you.  If you are going to sign up, we'll have a "team" meeting/info sharing session next Thursday to get you primed to bring the trophy back to OIB.  Thanks for the interest- Capt. Brant


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Reel repair now being offered" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 08/24/06
 

The OIFC is now offering reel cleaning and repair service through OIFC charter captain- Shane Hollar.  All you have to do is come by the OIFC and drop off your reels and Capt. Shane should have them working like new in a short time.  Even if your reels are not broken, keeping them serviced and clean internally is the key to maintaining their life- AND so you don't lose the big one at the wrong time.  Standard reel cleaning pricing-- smaller reels up to TLD 25 size range are $25 each and larger reels are $35 each.  Repairs will be addressed on an individual basis. 
I will personally vouch for Capt. Shane's expertise as he keeps our charter fleet reels in working order and catching the big ones. 
Call Capt. Shane at (910) 547-5547 -- all brands accepted- Shimano, Penn, Diawa........


- Capt. Shane Hollar
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"Today's Report" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 08/23/06
 

Charter fishing isn't all glitz and glamour- sometimes you are limited in your choices and you have to go with what's available-- We had lots of storms last night and it shut down the Mackerel bite.  I had some first timers, so Sea Bass fit the bill.  We fished 5 miles off the beach in 50' of water and they caught them til their arms were sore.  During the Summer you will typically have to catch approx 10 non keeps to 1 keep (+10 inches) and especailly later in the Summer after they've been hammered all season.  We brought home a couple dozen Sea Bass up to 16 inches and released a million more and also caught a few Sharks, Blues.......  It was fast action and reminder that what may be old hat and no fun to some, is a thrill of a lifetime to most.  Parents- keep this in mind when introducing your kids to fishing-- too many parents take their kids fishing for what the parent wants to catch, not the child.  Sea Bass, pinfish......it works, just keep the fish coming.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Join Team OIFC" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 08/22/06
 

After having fished tournaments all over the country for hundreds of thousands of dollar for the past decade, I think I've finally figured out that tournament fishing truly needs to be about the thrill of competition and the pride of accomplishment.  If you think you're going to get rich and be famous, you'll likely get more heartache and headache than you bargained for.  Thus, let's go tournament fishing for fun and help a good cause while we're at it!
The Long Bay Artificial Reef Association (LBARA)is a non-profit entity that is responsible for the creation and maintenance of all the artificial reefs off our area.  Yaupon reef, McGlammer reef, AR 460, 455, 445..... are all their doing.  You often read in the paper about their projects as they continue to supplement all ready productive reefs- All this to make our fishing better.  I am certainly thankful of their support.
Weekend after this weekend, September 1st & 2nd, the LBARA is hosting its annual club challenge.  The event has been going on for years and has created some healthy rivalry's between fishing clubs from Charlotte, Raleigh, Oak Island, Holden Beach and the such as they compete for the honor of  "Overall Club Winner".  There is an inshore and offshore division with tournament eligible species- Flounder and King Mackerel.  The overall club winner from each division is determined by the heaviest 5 (five) fish aggregate with only 3 (three) fish from one boat allowed to count towards the overall weight.  Thus, it is a "team" effort in that more than one boat must produce fish to contribute to the overall weight.  The tournament entry fee is $100 with optional TWT's and proceeds go directly the LBARA, which go directly to make our fishing better.
Thus, this is a call to action.  I am recruiting participants to fish on Team Ocean Isle Fishing Center for the Long Bay Artificial Reef Association's CLUB CHALLENGE next Sept 1st & 2nd (registration is Sept 1st and fishing is one day- Sept 2nd).  Let's show the reigning club champs from Charlotte that Ocean Isle fishermen are a force to be reckoned with. 
There will certainly be a decent amount of prize money available to win, but as I 've said in the past, there's no prize greater than bragging rights.  If you have interest in participating, please email me at captbrant@oifishingcenter.com and I'll send you an application. 
Come join Team OIFC for fun, bragging rights and contribution to a worthy cause.
Thanks, Capt. Brant


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Hot Spanish Bite" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 08/19/06
 

Capt. Roger and I left early this morning on a half-day trip.  Running out of Shallotte Inlet, we ran straight up the beach looking for bait.  Though we saw plenty of pogies popping, they were all either too scattered or in too shallow for us to net.  We finally found some bigger schools off of Oak Island.  Filling the livewell, we made the short trip to Yaupon Reef and fished shoulder to shoulder with (what seemed like) most of the field of the weekend's FLW tournament.  An hour on the spot yielded no bites, so we headed back west and set out spanish mackerel trolling gear.  From that point on, we did not go more than a few moments without a bite.  The hot ticket was a gold, size 00 Clarkspoon behind a 5" bird.  By the end, however, we had caught spanish on planer lines, weighted lines, and on both silver and gold spoons, all while in sight of the big hill on Oak Island.  Not bad for a morning's work...

In other news, Capt. Ryan on the Black Pearl reports a hot early kingfish bite while live-baiting at Cristina's Ledge.  Steady action was found there throughout the morning until the wind switched around to the east.  Stay posted for the next few days--it feels like good things are headed this way as far as the mackerel are concerned.


- First Mate- Chris Burrows
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"today's update" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 08/17/06
 

Pic of Capt. Jon's AM fish.  He left on the PM trip and I called at 2pm and he said he just had one hit the downrigger so hard it nearly bird nested the reel.  The fish smoked off 300yds of line and then tail cut the line- darn!  They are out there-- he is still out at 7pm, so I'm betting they are having too much fun to leave.  Any early season beach bite???


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Today's Report" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 08/17/06
 

Hot off the press.  The wind is blowing NE at 15kts, its overcast and generally most would consider it pretty crappy- BUT- the charter boats are out and fishing the beach.  Capt. Jon on the Carolina Contender just put a King in the boat he said would go 40+ easy and Capt. Ryan on the Black Pearl put one in the mid 20's.  Not a red hot bite, but they are biting and there are some big fish to be caught.  Maybe this is the hot bite before the big storm- hope not.  Stay tuned.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Today's Report" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 08/16/06
 

The bite for Spanish has continued strong around the Shallotte inlet sea buoy in the AM.  The bite slows by 9am, so be there early.  The small splash bird in front of a silver clark spoon is still hot as well as the Yozuri crystal minnows.  The Kings bite pretty good yesterday at the Jungle and Atlantic ledge, but shut down again today, at least closer in.  I'm hearing scattered reports of Kings from right on the beach on off to 110' of water which is common for this time of year.  Different spots will turn on and off for a while until we get some cooler air which will fire the kings up and get them all moving inshore.  The Pogys are still thick on all the beaches.  I'll keep you in tuned, but for now, we are in a stable pattern.  I'd expect the 90/90 to have some fish as well as Lighthouse rocks and the River Channel-- also of course the Shark Hole and Jungle-- but for the best chance look to the Horse Shoe, Atlantic Ledge and beyond.  Don't forget the Wahoo are biting in the stream.  I haven't gotten a first hand report lately and would like to hear a story. 


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Lately" | Black Pearl- 31' | 08/15/06
 

We have been fishing a lot lately both inshore and offshore. The bite has been good with some bigger Kings showing up in the deeper water. Capt. Ryan and myself had a group last Friday that opted to release one in the high thirties if not 40. That?s a big King. With the changes in the seasons coming shortly everything is beginning to pick up. The big Redfish have been biting well at the Jetties along with the Flounder and Gray Trout starting to fire up a little. The near shore wrecks are covered with 1 to 3 pound blues that are hitting aggressively. I have not been after the Spades lately but will hit on that soon. I had a couple of experts with me Monday check out the photo?s! This is what its all about.

Stay Tuned!


- Capt. David Hooks
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"Today's Report" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 08/14/06
 

Our fishing this past week for the most part has been a Barracuda frenzy with a few Kings mixed in. Before you turn up your nose at the idea of catching Barracuda, give it a try on a lite spinning rod rigged with a live pogy on a standard King rig. They go crazy, jumping like sailfish, and will put on a show that is memorable. They are a great fish to have fun with, but please remember to release them as they're not what we consider edible and should be allowed to live to fight another day.  King Mackerel are typically our normal target, but were under a full moon this past week and the King bite slows dramatically on the full moon cycle.  However, if you?ve been following my web reports, I?ve been posting daily of the great abundance of baitfish that have moved into the area.  Huge schools of glass minnows are everywhere from the inlet mouths out 5-8 miles.  These minnows are the #1 start to the Mackerel food chain as the Spanish Mackerel have moved in heavy with the Glass Minnows.  We?ve been killing the Spanish over the past week in the vicinity of the Shallotte sea buoy, AR 460 and the 390/390 bottom.  Our technique is involves the standard spread of #1 planers, but we?ve been catching most of our Spanish on top lines with either 1 ounce trolling leds or a small splashing bird set 10 feet in front of the #0 or #1 silver Clark Spoon.  Also, we?ve added a twist in that we?ve started fishing a 5? Yo-Zuri Crystal Minnow which we fish off of a King Mackerel rod setup and run it way back behind everything.  Almost every trip we catch at least one jumbo Spanish or 6-12 pound King Mackerel while also catching numbers of 12-18? Spanish.  It has been very consistent and I anticipate should stay the same so long as the bait is available.  You may recall, in the past I?ve spoken to the diet of larger King Mackerel.  A large King Mackerel that lives along the near shore beaches considers a Spanish Mackerel the #1 food source.  Thus, if the Spanish are thick and feeding, it is only natural that large Kings would move into the area to pick off the Spanish.  This isn?t the type of bite where you?ll go out and get your limit.  Rather, if you find Spanish working bait and you troll live baits and even troll a live Spanish around the school, your chances of catching a 25+ pound King are good.  And now that we?ve got all this bait in the area and we?re coming off of the full moon, I fully expect the King bite to be strong this week, especially from larger fish.  Just this afternoon I weighed a 34 pound King caught by Jamie Blue of Carthage.  He reported catching live Menhaden outside of Shallotte inlet with ease and fishing the Jungle where he had immediate action which produced several nice Kings including the whopping 34 pounder that earned him a NC Citation Award certificate. 

In other offshore fishing, the Wahoo bite has picked up strong in the 180-300 foot depth range.  Along with Wahoo, there are quite a few Sailfish and White Marlin mixed in.  As we move into the September and October, the bite will only intensify as the baitfish stack up along the edge of the Gulf Stream.  Also, the Grouper are moving into the 70-90 foot depth ranges and have started to bite.  Over the next weeks, they too will really pick up.  All in all, there are lots of things going on offshore in our fishing world.  Make plans to go fishing and enjoy the great action
- Capt. Brant McMullan
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